13 Things Men Say vs. What They Really Mean

13 Things Men Say vs. What They Really Mean: A World Of Difference

Things Men Say vs. What They Really Mean: Men are actually simple creatures. Usually we just say what we think. Straight to the point, no bullshit. But admitted, sometimes we also use a code language that we can only decipher. A small tutorial:

1. It’s my fault, sorryIt's my fault, sorry

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What we really mean: “We’ve been quarreling for hours now, and even though I’m right, I surrender. Congratulations, you’ve won.”

2. Can we talk about it laterCan we talk about it later

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What we really mean: “Can you hold your mouth for five minutes?”

3. It’s not for you, but for me It's not for you, but for me

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What we really mean: “It’s up to you …”

4. You look fantastic in that dressYou look fantastic in that dress

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What we really mean: “Can we please go NOW?”

5. I did not mean thatI did not mean that

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What we really mean: “Oh, I’ve said something wrong. Quiet!”

6. From where do you know him?From where do you know him

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What we really mean: “I’m jealous, so do not talk to him anymore!”

7. I was not really flirting with herI was not really flirting with her

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What we really mean: “Okay, I was flirting with her, I only hoped you would not notice it.”

8. Do I have to give you a massage?Do I have to give you a massage

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What we really mean: “I want sex.”

9. I’m alone at home, can We watch a movie?I'm alone at home, can we watch a movie

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What we really mean: “I want sex.”

10. Do you have anything to do tonight?Do you have anything to do tonight

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What we really mean: “I want sex.”

11. We should start to practice sportsWe should start to practice sports

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What we really mean: “You’re getting a little fat.”

12. Tonight I want to watch the match at easeTonight I want to watch the match at ease

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What we really mean: “Leave me alone tonight!”

13. I bought a gift for youI bought a gift for you

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What we really mean: “I’ve done something really bad, and I know you’re going to be very angry with me, so hopefully I can limit the damage.”
Okay, maybe we’re not as simple as we think.
Sources: Wall Street Insanity , Thought Catalog , College Times