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It’s fun to talk about boys. Boys with gorgeous eyes, groovy hair, cute smiles and ripped stomach muscles, Aww, yeah! But what do they say when they talk about you?

In hopes of helping girls better understand the PS2 gender-without reverting to that tired, old “inside a guy’s mind” cliche-we surveyed 150 guys about a way worthy topic: you! What do guys wish you knew? We asked dozens of boys, from the oh-so sweet geeks to the campus gods, what exactly do they want you to be down with when it comes to boy-girl relations. The next few pages are full of surprising stuff most of the dudes in our survey agree on and want to share with you. We’ll be waiting for you to voice your opinions regarding these boy-isms at, so feel free to take notes.

1 Calling you on the phone does not mean what you think it means.

“Please, tell me why a girl thinks calling her equals I want her to be my girlfriend,” says Mikey. Blunt, but we like blunt. Mikey is in the majority when it comes to romancing the phone. Nearly every guy we talked to says he feels tons of pressure from girls when it comes to the telephone. “It’s like calling a girl means I’m admitting I like her, but that’s not what’s up,” explains Mikey. “It’s more like I’m calling because I might like her. I hate calling because the next day the girl acts like she owns me. Or, if she’s shy, suddenly she can barely talk to me because she’s scared. It’s stupid.”

Knowledge is power You know you’re hung up on the phone if, when a guy calls, you think you have some kind of romantic upper hand. “I’m just calling because you’re cute or nice or whatever,” says Jordan. “If you treat me like I’m a dog just because I think you’re cool enough to dial up, then you’re a b-word.” In other words, for a guy, it’s just a phone call, not a confession of undying love. Hel-lo?

2 You are much prettier without all that makeup.

Judging from our survey, boys can’t stand makeup. In fact, it seems they can’t complain about it enough. Sure, they all like pretty girls, but they also have a problem with a face that looks full-on painted. And what looks painted to a guy is far less than what you might think.

“Why do girls think they need to have so much crap on their faces?” asks Billy. “Girls at my school wear all this black crap on their eyes, and their lips are, like, thick with brown goop. It’s ugly. Do they really think that will get them a guy?”

Don’t think we didn’t set Billy straight about one thing: Not all girls apply makeup to “get them a guy.” Still, it’s true that lots of girls get all dolled up so they’ll be attractive to the opposite sex. But the makeup thing… It’s more fun than anything. Right, girls?

Knowledge is power The hated for cosmetics is no joke. One dude even tided his survey “Rodeo Clowns.” Could natural-looking makeup be the best date makeup? If being hot to guys is your goal, remember that. Otherwise, it’s your choice if you want to apply enough purple mascara to impair your vision. Go for it.

3 When you act spazzy and giggly, ifs seriously embarrassing.

“What is up with girls hopping up and down when they’re happy about something?” asks Pete. “A girl definitely invented the word ‘yay!’ because no guy I know has ever used it.” Are you guilty of doing the Gily Woo-hoo! dance? It’s a combo of baby claps and bobbing on your toes while emitting high-pitched squeals of delight. This all in reaction to, say, seeing the slide projector set up upon entering French class.

What’s the big deal? “I really do want to know why are girls so excited about normal stuff,” says Pete. “Every other thing, it’s like, ‘Ohmigosh! No way!”‘

Knowledge is power Colin, a self-described shy boy, has something interesting to say: “I think girls like attention, and being excited about something makes people look and wonder what she’s so happy about.” Good theory.

Arnie, a jokester, has a theory of his own: “I think girls are just different. You’re raised to let your feelings out, even if they’re bad. I’ve never seen a guy friend cry, but I’ve seen a chick fall apart because some dude she liked didn’t pick her for his volleyball team in phys ed. That’s dumb.”

We’re not here to tell you how to act. Just tuck it in the back of your mind that all the boys we surveyed agree that girls could mellow out a little. Let’s have a round of baby-claps for that, please.

4 Gossiping, whispering and writing notes makes y on look beyond shallow.

“Girls are always passing notes around in class, and it’s just so friggin’ dumb,” says Joey. “Or they’ll look right at me, then whisper to each other and laugh. Do they want me to think they’re talking about me? ‘Cause I do. And if it’s really true and they are talking about me, then that’s just lame.”

Rude is the word, actually, Joey. Whispering, especially with the cupped hand at your girl’s ear, is just so third grade. And gossip? “When I hear one girl talk trash about another girl, it’s like I can’t believe it,” says Dominick, “like I’m in a bad movie about how mean girls are. If I heard my friends were talking about me like that, I’d transfer schools.”
Knowledge is power People talk about other people. That’s life. But there is a big difference between gossip and character assassinations. Not to mention, it’s bad form to let anyone believe you’re saying negative things about him. So, sorry to get all motherly on you, but if you absolutely must exchange information, be cool about the notes and discreet about the whispering. Oh, and do be sure that the “information” isn’t going to hurt someone’s feelings, OK?

5 Boys worry about what you think of their hair, skin, weight and clothes.

“My best friend is a girl, and the other day she said my hair looks exactly the same every single day,” says Luis. “I couldn’t believe it because some days my hair is jacked up.” For the record, Luis is a cutie with great hair.

A recent nationally televised newsmagazine show had a big story about how men are the new vanity victims, and how they stress on their looks as much or more than women. But, if a guy suffers vanity, he doesn’t talk about it-at least, not to girls and not as much as girls.

What we know: Guys totally think about their appearance even if they don’t say it out loud. “I bad to ask my mom to take me to the dermatologist because I was breaking out on my cheeks and back,” says Jay. “I couldn’t stand it.”

His friend Robert has a different issue: “Girls like guys with good bodies but, when I try to get six-pack abs, it never works. I just feel like I have a spare tire all the time.”

Knowledge is power If you could get a view of Robert, you would tell him what we told him: He’s out of his mind-the boy is a total babe! But here he is trippin’ on his gut. Moral of the story? Boys have self-image issues, too. Isn’t it a relief to know that?

6 PMS is no excuse to he mean.

“I know girls get weird at ‘that time of the month,’ but I don’t get why they have to act like I’m their worst enemy,” confides Sean. “Sometimes, my sister acts like she wishes I were dead because I won’t give her the remote control, but all that’s going on is she’s PMSing. Screaming at me and freaking out on me isn’t right.”

We know what you’re thinking: Boys just don’t understand what it feels like to wake up with serious cramps and have to get up from that warm bed at 6 a.m. to put on tight jeans over a bloated belly so you can go do fractionals in homeroom. So, yeah, we feel your pain-and we really mean feel it. But that’s the point: Boys don’t.

Knowledge is power So, you’re pained? Look, face it-the hormones that go with menstruating affect moods and, yeah, sometimes make a girl mean as a hungry dog. But barking at a boy because you don’t feel well? Just deal the best you can by taking care of yourself. This includes not totally indulging in caffeine, sugar or greasy foods-all three aggravate physical and emotional symptoms. Get plenty of sleep, drink loads of water, and take lots of warm baths-yes, even in the afternoon when you get home from school. Soaking in bubbles while daydreaming is an on-your-period girl’s best friend.

We’re not saying you should become a menstrual recluse just because you’re wearing a maxi-pad. But sometimes maybe it is better to bow out of a social opp if you’re really not up to it. What’s the point of going to the party if you’re not gonna have a good time? Oh, and if you do snap at your boy for no other reason than those nasty hormonal intrusions, a short, simple apology (“Sorry-I was in a bad state of mind yesterday”) could go a long way. No lengthy, drawn-out explanations necessary. He’ll never fully understand, so don’t even try.

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    May 15th, 2010 at 21:01 | #1

    FIRST!!!!!!!!! u guys suck, so slow!!!!!!!!!

  2. xxz
    May 15th, 2010 at 23:44 | #2

    this is only 6… XD
    but it makes sense though

  3. josh
    May 16th, 2010 at 00:16 | #3

    I’m a guy, and yes this is all true. but as for nyumber 6, we do have an idea (at least I do). Ask any guy what it feels like to get kicked in the nuts.

  4. :)
    May 16th, 2010 at 02:27 | #4

    Josh, think about being kicked in the balls for 1-3 weeks for every hour.

  5. josh
    May 16th, 2010 at 03:26 | #5

    I’m not saying its exactly like that, but we do have an idea of what its like.

  6. Anonymous
    May 16th, 2010 at 03:52 | #6

    FIFTH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! next time il be first ull c

  7. Anonymous
    May 16th, 2010 at 04:10 | #7

    @ Anonymous

    >obsessing over being first

    What children.

  8. Anonymous
    May 16th, 2010 at 04:57 | #8

    @ Anonymous
    youre the children u idiot

  9. Anonymous
    May 16th, 2010 at 06:40 | #9

    @ Anonymous
    You’re sentence didn’t make any sense

  10. anonymous
    May 16th, 2010 at 08:58 | #10

    what’s with “Knowledge is power”

  11. Anonymous
    May 16th, 2010 at 14:46 | #11

    what IS with “Knowledge is power”
    omg why does it say you guys commented on May 16th, 2010 …. its the 15

  12. Anonymous
    May 16th, 2010 at 18:05 | #12

    @ Anonymous (this guy ^)


  13. Wih
    May 19th, 2010 at 22:31 | #13

    @ :)

    I really don’t think it hurts just as much as getting kicked in the balls 504 times (3 weeks, every hour)

  14. lara
    May 22nd, 2010 at 19:10 | #14

    number 3 annoyed me, being giggly doesn’t mean we want attention, maybe we’re just happy?

    oh and until a guy gets his period, he has no right to complain about mine.

  15. a boy
    June 27th, 2010 at 04:17 | #15

    why are the girls complaining, its facts, complaing isnt going to meen that it becomes un true

  16. tom
    June 27th, 2010 at 10:35 | #16
  17. Lol
    July 4th, 2010 at 19:37 | #17

    you’re obviously on your period xD
    you can be happy all you want, but why the big show? that’s the bit we’re on about you doing for attention.
    and a guy can complain about your period if you’re being a dick to him just because you’re on yours.

    also @:)
    1-3 weeks!?! i know a LOT of girls and the longest their periods last is about 8 days.
    3 weeks HOLY SHIT you should get yourself checked out O.o

  18. jying
    July 12th, 2010 at 23:05 | #18

    I would simply like to point out that all of the symptoms related to PMS don’t happen only during the specific time of a girl’s period. The miserable affects can take place before, during, and after the period. Therefore, possibly up to 3 weeks.

  19. Bridget
    July 13th, 2010 at 02:47 | #19

    wow this guy is stupid. If a girl is on her period move the fuck out the way before she beats your ass for saying that shit.

  20. Anonymous
    July 13th, 2010 at 06:30 | #20

    lol nice and i agree :) @Bridget

  21. sdlfsdg
    July 13th, 2010 at 08:21 | #21

    … getting kicked in the nuts doesnt last all day

  22. sdlfsdg
    July 13th, 2010 at 08:23 | #22

    really lol? if you knew anything then you’d know cramps arent when youre on your period, but before you get it, which would explain the 1 - 3 weeks genius

  23. Anonymous
    July 13th, 2010 at 10:53 | #23

    There are side effects to your period before & after, just saying.
    & we dont mean to put on a big show, girls just get excited easily lol. well. most of them.

  24. truth tella
    July 13th, 2010 at 15:18 | #24

    guys think they know about our periods and what we go through, but honestly, they dont have the slightest clue of what pain we have to endure. so yes, we may scream and yell and throw shit but GET OVER IT. it happens.

    and guys, lettme ask you this… if your having a bad day and your hurting all over,

    think about it……………

    my point exactly.

  25. kaleyy :)
    July 14th, 2010 at 01:34 | #25

    the thing is, guys act just as crabby.. (like girls on our period) for NO REASON. and do you hear us complain? so stop complaining about us. suck it up and be a man.. its not like we don’t try really hard to deal with you guys,,, and its especially hard when were on our period. so sometimes we cant handle it. give us a break.

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