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337tigergirl
LSU Fan
Houston
Member since Jan 2012
5929 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


Haha maybe not





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ClydeFrog
Oklahoma Fan
Arkansas
Member since Jul 2012
2709 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


In what way did she disrespect you?

It seems a lot of the time when someone says "x disrespected me" it really is no big deal and the you should just be less sensitive. Who cares if one chick dislikes you if you've earned the respect of the rest of the group?






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LSUJuice
LSU Fan
Back in Houston
Member since Apr 2004
12180 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


quote:

startin to disrespect me

You sound mature






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shutterspeed
Southern Miss Fan
Da Sipp
Member since May 2007
32518 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


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Tamer of beasts


Go to the Help Board immediately and beg them to capitalize the last word of your screen name.






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LittleSpoon
Notre Dame Fan
goals not standards
Member since May 2010
6301 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


call her out about what? She's just teasing you? Maybe that's her way of flirting?





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Rouge
USA Fan
Member since Oct 2004
93140 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


Talking about being disrespected is a very black quality





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slim thug
Member since Apr 2010
8004 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


hey brah dont talk about my people like that





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Spankum
LSU Fan
Miss-sippi
Member since Jan 2007
30069 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


bitches are silly....I don't think I have ever paid enough attention to what they say to know if they are disrespecting me or not...this sounds all drama-ridden to me...





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LSUJuice
LSU Fan
Back in Houston
Member since Apr 2004
12180 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


I thought that was disrespeck





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tigerpimpbot
LA-Monroe Fan
The 561
Member since Nov 2011
26296 posts
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re: Calling a girl out?


quote:

This girl is startin to disrespect me


Did she call you a bitch in front of your friends?






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RogerTheShrubber
LSU Fan
Juneau, AK
Member since Jan 2009
87663 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


quote:

This girl is startin to disrespect me,


You seem culturally confused






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DrSteveBrule
Stanford Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2009
5814 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


IMO unless you're married or engaged to someone, or have dated someone for a long time, it's best to just move on and avoid a confrontation. Trying to call a girl out just shows her that she affected you/you need her.

You dont owe an explanation to anyone. Some chick wrongs you? Just leaVe. If saying something makes you feel better then be short. "Had enough of this shit" is more than enough.

Chicks do some stupid shit, and they like to play dumb when they do something wrong. Don't fall for it.






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lsufanva
LSU Fan
sandston virginia
Member since Aug 2009
6317 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


Too many women out there to worry about just one especially if the one is acting out of line. Just don't pay her any attention. Calling her out will do you no good because obviously she feels that you will allow her to disrespect you.





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J Murdah
LSU Fan
Member since Jun 2008
23364 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


I've said this before; OP's who start a thread looking for advice, give little information, then just leave should be banned.





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eScott
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2008
3161 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


Didn't notice your user name at first, now I can't get past it.
Might be time to move on.






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BoardReader
Arkansas Fan
Arkansas
Member since Dec 2007
2146 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


Give her an Angry Dragon.

She'll learn.






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ElroyJetSon
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jul 2011
2288 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


I think you did the right thing.





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RebelWriter
Ole Miss Fan
Ridgeland, MS
Member since Feb 2007
3494 posts

re: Calling a girl out?


Would need more 411. What is this disrespect? And when it comes to women, it's not like addressing a man who has done you wrong. You can look a man in the eye, present your case and discuss things (sometimes).

With women, it's different. They just don't do things that way. My experience is that women never significantly change. I think you did the right thing by addressing it even if the odds are poor. How you communicated might be an issue too.








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