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    This doesn't only apply to men. Just sayin'. But maybe women have different motivations.

    For example, I often watch psycho thrillers or read them as well, but I would never hurt anyone. Usually the psychological aspects fascinate me, and I try puzzling out how the minds of such people work and how they develop a certain way and what's going on 'up there.'

    In addition, I love boxing and shit. Sometimes I imagine kicking someone's ass, though, if they hurt me or someone I love. Never actually do it because fantasizing about it suffices, and going to jail isn't worth kicking someone's ass. Besides you can't educate people, so they'd stay stupid and ignorant anyway. So in the end, I'm the only one who would lose. But no one gets hurt by me jabbing, kicking, and cross punching the effer to bits in my vivid imagination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud of Thunder View Post
    Inwardly, I sometimes want to kill everyone.
    Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin to slit throats.
    H. L. Mencken

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    i like aggressive men with gentle undertones better.

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    Regarding men, though, I'd say:

    I want a strong man who can stand up for himself and protect us if necessary. In addition, it's important for a man to have a strong sense of self and for him to know what he wants in life.

    But that qualifies as an *assertive man,* not necessarily an *aggressive* one.
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    Sounds like Scott Peterson, Phillip Markoff,. And who could forget Jeffrey Dahmer, just sayin'.

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    What man likes to think of themselves as gentle, I wonder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i like aggressive men with gentle undertones better.
    It's always been my understanding that this is the gold standard among men.
    The best-laid schemes o' mice an 'men
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    Wait, wait, wait, first let's get on the same page with regard to what you mean by 'aggressive' anyway. I think that's a good start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    What man likes to think of themselves as gentle, I wonder?
    Well in so far as its a by word for manners, courtesy and polite society, sure, not that metrosexual shit.

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    No I've never had aggressive fantasies, that would feel pathetic: "Oh my gosh, i'm killing people, i'm killing people---... oh no I'm not, I'm imagining it." I used to get intimations of destructive feelings like that, but reflecting on it now it seems really pitiful & craven, & hopefully I'm beyond it now. Video games are boring to me. So no... I don't have aggression, rather hostility, which is manageable by stopping & thinking about how ridiculous & petty it typically is.

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