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I spend my free time playing different romantic scenarios in my head. My social media activity almost entirely comprises browsing through wholesome romantic memes and pages. I bask in strange, intense happiness when I read romantic books.
Are these normal for a man? I always had the idea that this obsession with love and relationship are feminine traits. Does this happen to you too?

>> No.13910844

>>13910833
Grow up

>> No.13910852

Replace "romantic" with "erotic" and yeah, I can relate.

>> No.13910861

>>13910852
this is the problem. Having erotic daydreams would have been more manly, But the nature of my dreams are more like kissing a woman on her forehead than fucking two holes at the same time.

>> No.13910881

>>13910833
Fagget

>> No.13910928

>>13910861
Sometimes I'll fantasize about becoming a hivemind of 2-8 niggers and then gangbanging people's wives and I don't feel very manly about it

>> No.13911063

>>13910833
Madame Bovary, all Jane Austen and Virginia Wolf Novels, Safo...
Maybe you want to be a gentlemen of the era instead of dreaming about romantic scenarios

>> No.13911073

>>13910833
>I spend my free time playing different romantic scenarios in my head.

i do this all the time, constantly actually, but i also do this with other scenarios

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