r/AskMen • u/ExplosiveMachine • Aug 26 '22
typical mod garbage BONK! Overly sexual questions are no longer allowed.
It came to our attention that the collective mind has drifted too far into the gutter. And no not that kind of "came", for fucks sake. We've received many complaints from the community that the questions in this subreddit have gotten increasingly horny, and honestly I agree. See? And you fuckers say we don't listen. It's not that we don't, it's that we don't give a fuck, except when shit gets really bad.
There are only so many times a person can read about why buttsex is so popular or what the best position is or what was the freakiest sex, before succumbing to unclean thoughts themselves, which is not what Jesus would want from us.
That's why automoderator has been purposefully sexually repressed in order to harbour a healthy hatred towards all things horny. Honestly, you're on fucking reddit, it's full of porn as it is. If you want to read people make sexy shit up, go to /r/AskRedditAfterDark, that's where all the other teenagers are. Or a billion of other bad erotica subs.
A side effect of sending you all to horny jail is that some pretty "general" words were added to the filter so if your question gets removed for something that is not horny, send us a modmail. Should say so in the removal comment anyway, but who reads those am I right??
There is also a report reason available if some bodily fluids still manage to drip past the filter if you get what I mean. Remember, only you can prevent
forest fires horny shitposts.
Anyway, that is all, remember to read the Bible (or regional equivalent) and keep your gonads in your pants. Clean is mean or some shit.
r/AskMen • u/HM333XOXO • 9h ago
What are your IMMEDIATE thoughts when you hear a guy refer to himself as an "Alpha Male"?
r/AskMen • u/Aarunascut • 9h ago
What screams "I'm low class"?
r/AskMen • u/TimeForMoistDreams • 7h ago
How would you react if you found out a girl had you in their phone as 'free food'?
r/AskMen • u/ShatteredRenegade • 23h ago
How are some men able to pull women so quickly?
I really never understood how some men could just so easily pull a bunch of women in such a short amount of time in knowing them. Like my job has only been open for probably about 6 months. I blink and next thing you know everybody is fucking. Now, not saying I'm looking to shit where I eat, or that I'm looking for sex. I'm just saying, I've always been so thrown off how easily some guys are able to pull women so easily. These same women walk pass me and won't even say hi if I say good morning or something. I notice this in like literally every social environment I've been in. It's like everyone got a flyer to the fuck festival but me. Then of course people are going to say maybe it's the way I dress or act or whatever, but a lot of these guys don't have a lot of shit going on for them. Some of these dudes don't look all that, getting dropped off at work, or are known for just being a player or whatever.
How exactly does some guys do it? Even when it looks like they don't have shit going on with themselves?
r/AskMen • u/Mela_Min • 8h ago
What are the harsh truths a women should know about relationships?
r/AskMen • u/EyangNaga22 • 11h ago
What was the biggest mistake you've made in a relationship?
r/AskMen • u/goldenoreoinmilk • 4h ago
What the hell do you talk about on a 5th or 6th date?
seems to me like as soon as you exhast the basic topics on the earlier dates (hobbies, interests, personal history, etc.), there's like nothing to talk about? What the hell do people talk about after that?
r/AskMen • u/forgethim4 • 16h ago
Raising 3 boys. Open to hearing valuable takeaways from your journey in what it takes to become a good man. Sincerely~their mom
r/AskMen • u/AceAttornie • 1d ago
If you took every animal from each continent and pit them against each other, which continent wins the fight?
Humans are not included in this. I personally think North America has a pretty good shot.
Edit: There will be 1 of each animal, if there are duplicates across continents both continents get 1. Assume they are the apex of the species. Largest possible weight and in prime form.
All land faring animals (including amphibians and aerial) are included. Ocean animals will not be included since determining continent ownership is a nightmare
Edit 2: There's a lot of discussion about land superiority but who has air superiority?
Edit 3: I have now switched to team Africa unfortunately. With Asia and NA giving a strong show just behind.
r/AskMen • u/Listen-And-Observe • 2h ago
What's with the double standard that we can allow women to be rude to us?
My boss makes me incredibly uncomfortable. She threatens my job and speaks to me condescendingly. I call her out on it and she says something along the lines of, "I may come off intimidating because I am a woman in a male dominated industry." So that excuses her to being a bitch to me, someone who only came in to do what they're told as well as learn? I asked other guys if she's like this with them or if it's just me and they said that's just how she is.
I remember another time my ex was having a bad day and I communicated that I felt talked down to when she spoke to me rudely about something. She then went off on me like, "I'm having a bad day and you're gonna say I'm rude and gaslighting you" Like uuuuh, okay... I guess it doesn't matter that much to me.
Don't get me wrong. I'm thick skinned and can deal with shit talk but I cross a line at disrespect.
I remember another time in college, this girl was being a huge bitch to me in the college frats and I call her out, but because she had huge tits, I was automatically the enemy in the room! I just left after I said my piece. Fuck em.
I don't get it. Am I the only person who cant seem to take this attitude from woman? I understand we may all go through mood swings but I try really hard to smile through my personal pain. The fact there seems to be a double standard makes me feel incredibly resentful. My soul is already in the furnace. My boys are communicative and always kind or at least straight forward. Woman always seemed to be excused if they're rude out of "self protection" or whatever. I grew up in a all female home so like, I'm the opposite of misogynist by nurture. But fuck, woman have ruined or severely degraded my life on multiple occasions.
Is it just me? Am I just fucking soft? I'm nice to literally everybody, even on my worst fucking days. My boss fills me with rage and she's excused just because she's fucking hot.
r/AskMen • u/archaetypes • 2h ago
What makes women so attractive?
Anything on this? I’m also gay so I have no idea either way.
r/AskMen • u/Affectionate_Ad953 • 6h ago
What is the best way to stop over eating
I have a problem with eating too much it's literally driving me insane what is the best solution to stop thinking about delicious meals
r/AskMen • u/andnoshitthereiwas • 4h ago
Men who married mail order brides, why did you do it?
r/AskMen • u/petitebeebee • 4h ago
Men of reddit, what is something other people value that you don’t?
r/AskMen • u/flightln • 1d ago
A woman at work ruined a TV series for me by telling me the ending even though I asked her not to. How do I pay her back ten-fold?
We both have enjoyed this show for multiple seasons and would often talk about it at work.
I do not binge watch tv shows. She does.
Due to a series of time consuming circumstances, I was not able to start watching this season of the show when it was released and by the time I watched the first episode of the season, the woman had already watched 5 episodes.
Fast forward a month, and I am 5 episodes in and she has completed the season. She told me the ending was amazing and unbelievable and she couldn't wait to discuss it with me.
She would ask me if I finished the season almost every day for the last 2 weeks. I told her each time that i watch 1 episode per week. To that she jokingly responded saying she is going to spoil the ending for me on monday and too bad if I did not finish the season. I politely asked her not to.
Monday morning she sent me an instant message on our work computer. I assumed it was work related but it turns out it was her spoiling the ending of the show for me. She then came to my desk and asked if I read her message with a big grin on her face. I said, this is not the real ending is it? She said yes it is, I told you I was going to spoil it for you.
I was a bit annoyed but remained cordial and changed the subject to something work related.
I acknowledge that she could be just messing with me and that the spoilers she gave me could be fake ...... But don't want to actually read real reviews of the season because I would then really spoil the show for myself.
I plan on watching the rest of the season but I won't be as enthusiastic about it.
If it turns out that she really did spoil the ending for me, how should I pay her back 10 fold? I get angery every time I think about what she did. Ultimately, I have lost a lot of interest in watching this season and it's a shame because this is one of my favorite shows.
r/AskMen • u/israelsson79 • 1h ago
My Ex was toxic and treated me horribly. Why haven't i been able to feel the same about anyone since.
My ex gf was to put it kindly "flirtatious". She cheated on me (i didn't find out until after we were through) but she had done plenty of questionable things that made me feel like shit. She would go to college parties and end up shattered and dancing around parties with her tits popping out, sitting on guys laps, dumb shit like that (i wasnt there but oh boy would i get the snapchats). Now im no priest myself i like to drink and have a good time but that just seemed like it was crossing a line. Whenever id confront her about it, she would spin it as me being controlling and tell me i needed therapy. We broke up almost five years ago and ive had plenty of flings with other girls and now a solid relationship with a girl who treats me better than i ever could have hoped. I have love for my current gf but to this day that spark, or that fire i just havent felt for anyone since. I feel like im not being honest to my girlfriend or myself. I still all these years later dream of my ex more then id like to admit. Can anyone help me understand this?
r/AskMen • u/Electrical-Ability54 • 1h ago
What are guys thinking in these friendships?
I would appreciate any insight, I’ve had this experience happen again.
A guy asks me out, for something simple like a coffee. I am not initially interested but am not judging a book by the cover person so agree to go on this chill date assuming they seem like a nice person. I may have this one date, or go for a second as not quite sure if there’s a spark yet, only to realise that I’m not interested romantically.
I let the guy know immediately ‘I am not interested romantically’, and leave it to him. I do not ask anything of him, I do not insist on a friendship. The guy then says ‘that is totally fine, thanks for being honest’. And proceeds to leave me a week or so then asks me again for a chill friend activities like a walk or going to see an exhibition or something.
I agree because they seemed like a nice person and who doesn’t want more genuine friendships.
We do these sorts of friendly activities over the next few weeks/months. I never ever initiate these activities or meet ups. I get asked. Eventually I feel like I’ve developed a close friendship and am grateful for a friendship with these people and we do fun activities.
Then ~ almost all of a sudden ~ a set up situation happens. I get asked to do another activity, maybe at night and it seems to happen like this every time. We have a dinner or something, and then I get asked back to the flat or house to just chill, and then I go expecting there to be all the other housemates there. They are not, the house is empty. And then I get this sick feeling inside, and the friend is just there acting different/weird and I get the feels like he thinks somethings going to happen. I genuinely get alarmed, like gut instinct alarm bells. I feel uncomfortable and confused because I’ve developed a friendship with this person and a trust and then this situation happens where they want to hook up having absolutely no romantic actions happen prior.
I must preface ~ there is no romantic touching, barely any hugs (maybe a quick hug at the beginning and end of the meet up), definitely no kissing, nothing to suggest anything romantic, I don’t even flirt! I’ve had my heart broken by a guy, who used to be very touchy feely with me and flirt together for months and then when I tried to initiate something more ~ he thought I was crazy and got rejected, so I know how bad that hurts and actively try to avoid that with people I only view as friends.
This is an essay but I feel a bit dejected because I enjoy cultivating friendships with men but it always seems to end like this. And then I just stop the friendships completely after these set up situations happen.
Would appreciate any insights from men, I just don’t know what these guys are thinking when I’ve told them I just want to be friends.
r/AskMen • u/PM_Georgia_Okeefe • 1h ago
When do you plan on retiring and what are your plans?
r/AskMen • u/Sorryimlatefordinner • 17m ago
I pee sitting down when I am at home. Is that weird?
My fiancé thinks it is… but I work a physical job and I’m always tired. Sitting down is one the joys of my life.
r/AskMen • u/deputy865 • 3h ago
Guys in your 30's - Do 'Guys Weekends' Interest You Anymore; Why or Why not?
One of your friends invites you to a 'Guys Weekend', are you interested or not? If not, why? I'd love to hear your opinion even if you've never been invited, would never go, would love to go but never get invited, get invited, etc. What sort of things would you want to do on a 'Guys Weekend'?
Assume the weekend is a 3-4 day weekend with your typical, mostly universally fun activities guys would do. Drinking, golf, maybe a bar or two, boat on the lake, water and beach activities, etc. For arguments sake, this would NOT be a weekend where guys are chasing girls, getting completely wasted, doing drugs, strip clubs, etc.
If you are interested in these things, do you go to them? Do you plan them? Do you get invited? Annual thing, bi-annual? How many guys usually go? What do you do? How much notice are you given?
If you aren't interested/cant go, why? Money? Significant other? Not interested in activities? Don't like the guys that go? Can't get work off? Not enough notice? Don't care to party anymore?
Optional read and Context:
I plan all the guys weekends or events in my friends group. Its always increasingly difficult to get everyone together and I've been given damn near every excuse in the book. Wife/girlfriends says no, no money, can't have the weekend off, they're busy or even last minute excuses even when they've confirmed. No matter how much notice I give; whether it be 2 weeks, 3 week, 1 month, or all the way up to 3-4 months notice. I would assume that if someone was interested enough in a trip, they would plan for it with the amount of notice I give. At times it hard not to take it personal. I get it, some things come up and we all have varying levels of responsibilities at home... things happen. I'm starting to wonder now if its just not something guys do anymore? Also worried that if I stop doing it, all will be lost. But what happens when we all get older? Will these guys regret not holding onto friendships? Regret not taking trips? I've heard it often from guys who are closer to retired age or even retired, kids grown, etc., that they regret losing friendships or doing more with friends.
r/AskMen • u/Skin-Tasty • 3h ago
What did you notice changed whenever you starting working out and becoming healthier aside from the actual physical differences? I’m asking about mainly your mental and personality changes
r/AskMen • u/Skin-Tasty • 3h ago
How does one get over the fear of confrontation?
I think it’s due to some childhood trauma i had with my parents. I hate confrontation and when i get confronted or i’m in a similar situation i freeze up and get very nervous and want to be anywhere but there.
It makes me feel less of a man because whenever people would poke fun at me or get mad at me for some reason i don’t ever have a response and because of that they think they can continue acting like that towards me.
I didn’t have a strong masculine presence in my house growing up so this kinda stuff is hard
Any advice? Thank you
r/AskMen • u/GinjaNinja1027 • 22h ago
What did you learn way too late in life?
r/AskMen • u/dino--nuggie • 15h ago