Men Reveal What The Hardest Thing For Them To Explain To Women Is

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Vote up the most unpredictable things.

Are men a complete mystery? Or are there some things just too difficult to explain?

  • 1
    244 VOTES

    Male Friendships

    From Redditor u/Slowjams:

    We can hangout with other guys all day and not talk about anything personal or of substance.

    I think women tend to share more of this stuff with each other. What's going on in their relationships, career, etc. While guys tend to not share this kind of stuff with each other so often. We will every now and then. But a lot of time we tend to kind of keep things on the surface.

    I've just had so many of these kind of conversations.

    "So how's Jeff doing"

    He's doing well

    "Is he still going out with Amanda?"

    I actually don't know

    "Well didn't you guys hangout all day?"


    "What did you talk about?"

    Nothing really, just kind of whatever

    "Isn't he your friend?"

    One of my best friends

    244 votes
  • 2
    274 VOTES

    Just Keep Saying It

    From Redditor u/Zenith2012:

    When you say "does this outfit look OK?" and we say "yes, you look stunning" and you reply "well, you WOULD say that", half my brain thinks "please believe me because you do look stunning" and the other half thinks "wtf did you ask me for if you aren't going to believe me?".

    274 votes
  • 3
    241 VOTES

    Fun Fact

    From Redditor u/slantsalot:

    Sometimes an erection just happens. We don't control the thing, it's a physical response that could literally be from nothing.

    241 votes
  • 4
    228 VOTES

    More Compliments!

    From Redditor u/ChadBrowGer:

    How much compliments mean to us. It’s a different type of happy when a guy gets complimented.

    228 votes
  • 5
    227 VOTES


    From Redditor u/sixesand7s:

    I was at home, when my wife and her friends got home one day from the pub, they were all giving me funny looks and smirking, I asked what was going on, they at first, refused to tell me.

    After a little while of prodding one of them goes, "I HEARD ALL ABOUT YOUR D*CK!" and they all broke into laughter, I was a little taken by surprise but laughed and said something like, "Oh yea? Hopefully all good!" and they laughed, and that was the end of it.

    After they left, I was like, "What the hell did you tell them?!" and my wife responded by saying how she told her friends about our vigorous romps on our Honeymoon in Mexico, apparently in great detail. (We were there for a week and probably had sex about 3 times a day -- we were both pretty sore when we got home). We had an all inclusive so we ended up getting day drunk and got pretty physical with each other as you do on a honeymoon.

    She was like, "whatever, you probably tell your friends all about us when it's just the boys"

    I don't know about you guys, but the EXTENT of what I ever say is usually a raised eyebrow and something like, "Aww yea booooi" I have never once described my wife's body to a single one of my friends, nothing in detail about any of my sexual partners (from before my wife) and it blew her mind.

    Apparently girls talk in great detail about it, guys usually don't. And they assume we do, and we assume they don't.

    227 votes
  • 6
    264 VOTES

    It's About Equality

    From Redditor u/NKoreaisbestKorea:

    I don't always want to be the one that initiates sex. It makes me feel like a creep.

    264 votes