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Sometimes whatever men say is the opposite of what they mean, so they tend to beat around the bush trying to explain what’s on their mind. It is only whatever they say is not very crystal-clear to us, might be because they don’t want to hurt the feelings of their girls. So they put their efforts to say what they mean in a way that it won’t actually make their girls freak out. It is a general phenomenon that women are usually emotional and sentimental but men seem to be logical, straightforward and preferably superior and dominant.

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Therefore, if your boy is giving you mixed and double meaning signals, there are chances that he is trying to convey you a hidden message that you are actually not the love and future of his life as diplomatically as he can. What he says is pretty much what he means. Most of the time whatever a man says can be easily understood, whereas trying to figure out a woman can be a total jigsaw puzzle. All it needs to have little logic and understanding to every expression he says within no time.

However, if girls are having a bit of trouble in figuring out the actual meaning of what their guys say, then following are few things to get started in understanding what guys tend to say and what they actually intended to mean. That being said, here’s a little guide for some of the basic things that men tend to say and how those things can likely be interpreted:

She’s just a friend.

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Translation: I’ m flattered by your jealousy and I swear I had never had sex with her. If I had, we wouldn’t probably still be friends.

It’s my fault. I am sorry!

Translation: We have been arguing about this for many hours and I just cannot take it anymore. Let’s finish the fight and end up in having sex.

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My ex-was kinda crazy.

Translation: This is going perfectly fine and I’m very much involved in you, but please, please, please, if you’re crazy, reveal it as soon as possible. I’ll probably slit my wrists if I have to go through that again.

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