For the thin-skinned or the mistaken, I’m not claiming to be right, although I am highly accurate in my analyses of the second sex. As such, here is the next profile of the dangerous plaything.
*They have to be coerced into bed
* When they are in pain, emotionally or physically, they burst into tears when you ask them “are you alright?”
* They sit in your lap
*When they try to argue a point, they end up using circular logic and perjure themselves
*When civil argument fails, they resort to character assassination and double speak
*When they get tired, they get cranky
*Frequently change their mind
*Without a father figure or strong masculine presence in her upbringing, she becomes delinquent and exponentially more likely to commit crimes against humanity, if not the law
*Loud and throws tantrums when doesn’t get their way
*When you are engaged with a task (watching tv, video games) or another person, will try to win your attention back on them. Ignoring them enrages and attracts them.
*Hates sitting still
*Surprisingly messy and prone to carry many toys or things on their person (see their car, house, and purse)
*its illegal to hit them or discipline them, but it’s fine when they do so to you because you probably deserve it
*loves to play games (dress up, hard to get, etc)
*Likes playing at power until they become responsible
*Needs help dressing and takes FOREVER getting ready (probably got side tracked several time with her favorite toy, her phone)
*They use their cuteness to be taken care of, provided for, protected, but seldom reciprocate when you are as vulnerable.
*When you do show vulnerability, they become afraid because they cant/wont protect themselves
*Have a talent for getting hurt or putting themselves in danger
*Drama is like food to them: if none is ready at home, they’ll cook it up or ask someone to. If that fails, they’ll go out and find it.
*Hate lack of control, but love being led and disciplined
*Are instantly granted sympathy, even when bad.
*They aren’t funny, but have a sense of humor; if you make them laugh, you have sway with them.
*If you provide the thrills, they’ll follow you around in packs.
*Easily scared and often shy. Not courageous, but arrogant. Even scary movies (fiction) terrifies them. Spiders above the bed, reality hits, they run.
*They want the newest toy, not the best toy
*Needy but hate being needed.
Hope this burns,