Are Quiet Guys or Outgoing Ones More Attractive? Here’s What People Said.

If you’re a man, this is a question that you’ve thought about before.

How do I get people to be attracted to me?

Do I try to play the strong, silent type? Or do I present myself as an outgoing, fun person who is the life of the party?

Well, we’re about to find out what people prefer, aren’t we?

Here’s what folks on AskReddit had to say about this.

1. The same level.

“Guys who aren’t as good looking but are charismatic and outgoing are on the same level as a shy, introvert, good looking guys.

It’s like yin yang or something.”

2. True.

“I’d like to posit that there are a lot of things “unattractive” people can do to make themselves attractive.

People really don’t realize what dressing well and grooming can do for a person. And dress doesn’t have to be fancy clothing, just wear clothing that somewhat matches and fits your body.

Very few guys are actually ugly. Maybe not good looking, but compared to women, average is very achievable for a lot of men.”

3. Well, there’s this…

“Quiet guys are only attractive if they themselves are attractive.

If an ugly guy is quiet, you’d consider them weird or creepy.”

4. This guy knows from experience.

“Being the “quiet guy” for the majority of my life and now being the “loud, semi obnoxious guy”, I have gotten much more female attention lately being the latter.

Just my two cents.”

5. Interesting…

“I had times where I was loud and times when I was quiet.

Being loud got me laid, being quiet made me mysterious but never led to anything physical, despite there being a clear understanding that we liked each other.”

6. Gotta get noticed.

“I can imagine that there’s a market for quiet guys, but there’s still the first hurdle of them getting noticed in the first place.

A girl can’t fall for a quiet guy if she never even heard of him before.”

7. Confidence is key.

“As a heteros*xual woman I can say it’s not about being loud or quiet but rather about having confidence.

Typically someone with confidence isn’t shy and quiet, and confidence is attractive. I am much more attracted to a guy with confidence who knows how to express themselves and hold up a conversation, rather than a guy who acts timid and isn’t willing to open up.

It screams insecurity”

8. There’s a difference.

“There’s also a difference between extroverted and talkative.

Most of the guys I like never shut up and have no filter, but in a nerdy “okay now that I’ve started talking about this I can’t stop” way. None of them liked parties, big social outings, etc.

They are just very excited about whatever it is they happen to be excited about at that moment, and you never know what they going to say.”

9. Not a fan of the loudness.

“I am a quiet person so I prefer guys who are also quiet.

I don’t really like when guys are super loud, I find that if I am trying to talk it always gets overshadowed.”

10. Being outgoing helps.

“Everyone has a type, though as an ambivert I’ve found it way easier to get to know and date girls when I’m outgoing than when in more reserved.

I think the sweet spot is being outgoing enough to get people to notice you and want to be with you and be reserved enough so you’re not annoying and people get interested in getting to know you.”

11. You can do both.

“The best is a combination between quiet and outgoing. Usually if there are a lot of outgoing people in a group, I’ll be quiet.

If people are a bit awkward and the ice isn’t broken, I’ll be the first to try and make conversation.”

12. Good luck out there…

“As an older guy, i will just throw this out. Guys, you MUST learn to approach women.

I don’t mean you have to be the life of the party. I don’t mean you have to be Vic Ferrari. (Andy Kaufmann character) But, unless you are good looking, especially in the slim willowy poet, or nerdy genius with curly hair and a big schnozz that some women find attractive sort of way, forget it. Women will not spy you across the room and want to meet you.

Now, loud boisterous jocks are not every woman’s cup of tea. But that does not mean they do not expect a man to have the balls to approach her.

For lack of a better venue, I will throw this out. Learn to meet women on the street and in bars. You would not believe how easy it is. In the street, walk up to a woman and say, hi, I saw you and wanted to say hi. She will either blow you off or stop and chat. After a few minutes, invite her for coffee.

In bars, take your drink and walk around a crowded bar and say cheers, what are we toasting? when they ask you what you are toasting, say, I just met some awesome people. Cheers. people love that. Sooner or later, a nice woman will be intrigued and want to talk to you.

If you are shy, I know it sounds hard. Start with baby steps. Just way hi to women in the street. Rejection will not kill you. Sooner or later it will work.

If anyone wants a little encouragement, feel free to message me. Am I a master seducer? No. But I know how to actually converse with real live women. And, trust me, women these days can barely believe a guy talked to them on the street. I once met a woman in a bar.

She heard my name and said , I met a guy a while back with that name., with this romantic haze look in her eye. It was me, having met her last month for a minute on the street. She still remembered because most guys do not do that. I didn’t follow up the first time because she was too young. But it as pretty sweet to be remembered like that.

Not even sure why I am writing this. Believe me, it is not to brag. I was a flop with women most of my life, then I realized how easy it was to walk up to women on the street. They actually are more responsive on the street than in bars because it is more unusual. it is like a movie to them.

Anyway, too much wine. But, to all the quiet guys, it is not helping. You do not have to be a macho jock studs. Most of them have no nerve, especially without alcohol . Just learn to walk up to a woman and say hi. Even if she is not interested, she will usually be nice about it, so don’t worry.

Good luck. Every good man and good woman deserves a good partner to marry and have a nice family. Cheers.”

13. Let’s end on this note.

“Girlfriend of an introvert here!! I like to joke that we’re only together because I talked for the first 3 hours of our first date (I was nervous – it was like word vomit).

In reality it’s because while he’s quiet in big spaces, when it’s just the two of us he makes me laugh until I cry, he’s sweet, sensitive, and absolutely the best person I’ve ever met.”

Now we want to hear from all the readers out there.

Which do you find more attractive: quiet men or outspoken fellas?

Share your thoughts with us in the comments. Thanks!

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There Needs to Be More Child-Free Restaurants and Businesses. Here’s How People Responded to This Opinion.

I have a feeling this is going to get some people fired up.

I’m gonna go on the record about this and I only have one thing to say: I don’t think it would be the worst idea in the world if certain businesses decided they wanted to be kid-free zones.

I really don’t understand why people insist on bringing their kids to breweries or even bars. It’s just weird to me. And I don’t think that most customers who are there to have a few beers in what are supposed to be adult establishments really appreciate it, either.

So should there be more child-free businesses?

Are you ready to dive into the responses about this from AskReddit users? Let’s take a look.

1. Oh, boy…

“Do you know the feeling when you’re just sitting at the restaurant with your significant other and the two of you just want to enjoy your food and each other’s company, and out comes running a little kid screaming their head off?

Most of the time the parents don’t bother to properly even address their kids’ behaviors. They just laugh it off at the distance or say “Oh, so cute!” and start filming their lousy kid? Or when you’re visiting the spa at a hotel, just bubbling away in a jacuzzi and in jumps a little kid who starts splattering around?

Or when you’re at the cinema, focused on a really interesting scene and some kid starts talking all over the place “Daddy, look at that!” multiple times throughout the movie.

It should be more normalized for kids not to be taken everywhere. There should be more places for adults who specifically don’t have kids for a reason. The obsession around “kids are cute and should be with everyone 24/7″ is disgusting.”

2. Bad business?

“Its’ just a bad business model. Most people have kids so you’re missing out on like 80% of your potential customers by having a child-free business.

Maybe in a big city. But that especially would never be a good idea in middle America. I live in the south and there’s people who bring their kids to bars, I sh*t you not.”

3. You’re in a dive bar!

“Midwest US. I once got scolded by an angry parent for language in front of their kid… at a dive bar… in a college town… on a game night Friday… while the parent had a beer in hand…

It wasn’t even like a food chain like BWW or anything, like can I not have a place where I can talk how I want?”

4. Tell us how you feel.

“A lot of people are just negative and want to be upset that 100% of the world doesn’t work exactly how they want.

And even if they haven’t experienced it they are upset that other people are living their lives in a way they don’t approve of.”

5. Not a problem.

“My view may be skewed because I love kids, but I honestly don’t see this as a problem either.

I can’t recall a time when an experience was ruined by a wayward child.

Perhaps people who post stuff like this are just extraordinarily sensitive to the presence of small humans in their vicinity.

In which case, I would suggest that perhaps they are too fragile for this world.”

6. Lack of support.

“The reason that there’s not more of these types of places is simply due to lack of support.

Childfree Apartments (I lived in one), beaches, resorts, restaurants exist but they aren’t cheap and you have to support them because they are cutting themselves out of a large money spending portion of consumers.

I see this type of opinion a lot on here and usually it boils down to someone having champagne taste with a tap water budget. If you think a family of four week-long trip to Disney world is expensive look up a few night stay at some of these adult only resorts.

If you aren’t willing to shell out for first class tickets then you wouldn’t be able to afford the price hike for a coach ticket on an adult only flight Malaysia airlines and others have proved people don’t want to deal with the reality of childfree accommodations.”

7. What goes around…

“The people moaning about other peoples kids were the annoying kids when some of us were their age. What goes around comes around.

That said I’d never take mine to a bar and they only go in pubs at lunchtime, if we’re eating, and rarely at that.

And unless you have a thing for Disney movies or matinee PG movies then you’ll never be in the same cinema as them. They ain’t watching Rambo 7 or terminator 15.

Adult only spaces are fine with me, but I have a feeling most people moaning are eating at Pizza Hut or McDonalds and then complaining, rather than being somewhere classy that’s actually aimed at adults.

If you don’t have to dress up to eat there then it’s casual and most likely aimed at families.”

8. Expensive.

“People ask for champagne but can barely afford beer.

These places would not be cheap. Most people have kids, families etc. so this business model would be removing a large demographic.

They could do it by being expensive but that would be out of reach for most people and this is why it isn’t that popular.”

9. I get it.

“As a parent with kids….

I couldn’t agree more. My children shouldn’t be causing you stress, anxiety, or anger while you made plans to go out and enjoy your dinner/movie etc…

I totally get it.”

10. Need some time away.

“I’m a parent that agrees and I know tons of parents that do too. When I get a night away from my kids I don’t want to have to listen to other kids.

When I say kids I mean anyone under 18 because a lot of times in public teenagers are louder or just as loud as toddlers and babies.”

11. Adults are worse.

“Before the pandemic I’ve worked with kids a lot, so I’ve seen my fair share of misbehaving but I can’t recall being at a restaurant, movie, concert or airport with overly misbehaving kids.

Loud adults tends to always be the more immediate problem. Like dude, stop screaming into your phone, it’s not that serious and move out of the middle of the aisle, for crying out loud.”

12. They gotta learn.

“I… don’t think so. Hear me out. How will the kid learn to behave if they are not taken everywhere? You literally have to teach the small human based on your own behavior.

When I was young we’d travel with family friends. A huge group of 15 adults and 20 to 25 kids. (Nieces, nephews and cousins were brought with us.)

We never caused a racket because we were always treated as adults and expected to behave well in public. We all learned how to act and would call out each other in case of sh*tty actions.”

13. Pick your places.

“As a parent who likes to have dinner with my family this is annoying.

People constantly complain about kids making a ruckus in restaurant and hotels. To you and the billion other people that complain about this everyday go visit more upscale restaurants and hotels.

When I want to have a kid free romantic night with my wife I don’t go to Olive Garden or Applebee’s and complain about kids being disruptive. Kids are part of families don’t eat at family restaurants if you don’t want to be around kids being kids.”

How do you feel about this?

Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

Thanks in advance!

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Hilarious Tweets About Married Life That Will Probably Look Familiar

If you’re married, we think that the tweets you’re about to see will make you laugh, shake your head, snort, and possibly even cry.


Because they are TOTALLY ACCURATE.

And what else can you really ask for in a marriage tweet, right? Darn right!

Hey, let’s be honest. Folks have been cooped up in their houses for quite a while now and it’s apparent that things might be a little bit…touchy out there. But we want to bring the tension down just a little bit with some funny tweets.

So let’s quit beating around the bush and get to the laughter, okay? You can start…NOW!

1. He better keep his eyes open.

Heads up, buddy!

2. What will be it be for tonight?

You really only have two choices.

3. I feel a fight coming on.

Uh oh…here come the fireworks.

4. It was right in front of your face!

Geez…what’s his deal?

5. I’m not sure that’s a compliment.

I’m just sayin’…

6. That escalated quickly.

Things sure changed, huh?

7. You shouldn’t have done that.

It will never be forgotten.

8. You better make it happen.

Or you’re gonna have one very annoyed wife.

9. He’s clearly not paying attention.

Totally clueless…

10. Uh oh…you’re in trouble now.

This is pretty funny, though.

11. What are you, an idiot?!?!

You made the wrong choice…again.

12. The thrill is gone.

You need to get that spark back!

13. She’s very versatile.

Hey, I’m impressed!

How about you?

Are you married? Single? Looking to mingle?

Give us a life update in the comments. Thanks!

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Funny Tweets About Marriage That Are Right on the Money

I think that married folks are experiencing one of two situations during this crazy pandemic and lockdown: they’re either falling back in love with their spouses, or they have been secretly researching the best divorce lawyers in their area…

Hey, it’s a tough time!

But let’s hope that we can all keep our heads together for a little while longer until the world gets back to normal again, okay?

And, in the meantime, have a few laughs at these hilarious tweets about living that married life.

1. That sounds SO romantic.

Is this all you dreamed it would be?

2. Things are about to get very ugly.

Why are men so obsessed with the trash and recycling?

3. You have found Mr. Right.

Guys like this don’t grow on trees.

4. Yeah, that seems about right.

That doesn’t seem like THE WORST idea in the world…

5. Can we please find a middle ground here?

This is quickly spinning out of control.

6. Sounds like he’s having a really great time.

Whether he likes it or not…

7. Hey o! Here’s a zinger!

Taking it all in from up high.

8. That’ll show her who’s the boss.

Never mess with the dishwasher unless you want things to get really ugly.

9. Was it the mustard again?

I hate it when that happens!

10. He totally gets it now.

I hate to break it to you, but…

11. One more sound and we’re done here.

And I mean done FOREVER.

12. I’m not sure what you’re talking about.

Now you went and made it even worse. Good job.

Marital bliss strikes again!

How about you? Are you and your partner getting along during the pandemic or are you driving each other crazy?

Talk to us in the comments and give us a life update.

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Wives Who Are Totally Nailing the Jokes Online

Being in a relationship can be hard sometimes, and I know I’m probably biased, but being the lady in a relationship can come with extra challenges.

That’s why we need our jokes so much, just to get us through the days without committing murder.

I’m not saying…I’m just saying. You know.

10. As long as you give him a buffer.

So like, five minutes and some Glade? Would that do the trick?

9. That’s the right answer.

That goes for everyone, sir. She’s the only one you should be asking.

8. He should have known better.

Maybe the laugh was worth it? Yeah, I bet he loved sleeping on the couch.

7. It’s science! Haven’t you heard about SCIENCE?!

The mystery has been solved!

6. It is the way of the world.

So it shall be now and so it shall always have been. Amen.

5. Well, she’s not technically wrong.

Eating is working… if you’re doing it right. And this gal definitely is.

4. I mean if you want them in the bathroom longer.

So only if you don’t have kids? Maybe you need memes even more?

3. Just to watch him tense up.

We’ve all gotta get our kicks somehow, and I do this weekly.

2. Your point, sir?

Really, he should have re-thought that question. Do you WANT anything is always a better one.

1. His precious babies are hostage.

And there’s nothing he can do about it! Mwahahaha!

These are instant classics and I won’t have anybody tell me differently.

Well, you can. If you want.

Tell us below which one you’ve already shared with a wife-type friend.

Thanks, fam!

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These Husbands Prove That Guys Can Be Really Funny (Sometimes)

We all think we’re super funny, but that can’t possibly be true.

And way too many guys think that an excellent sense of humor comes part and parcel with becoming a husband and/or a father – I mean, puns are cool and all, but there are other types of jokes!

These 10 husbands, though, have some seriously funny thoughts on marriage and relationships – just check it out and see if I’m right!

10. You can do that at home!

For free (and now I sound like my father).

9. That’s called working in tandem.

Something tells me she doesn’t think it’s as cute as he does.

8. You’re on the same page.

You’re just reading different books.

7. He can never be wrong.

That’s more important than romance, hello.

6. Everything is a competition.

You know I’m right.

5. Heaven help the person loading it “wrong.”

Because of course there is a right way.

4. Working from home is a trip.

Just be impressed he knows how to work an iron.

3. He thinks it’s charming.

She’s not so sure.

2. Someone needs a memo.

That’s a clear violation.

1. Now that you mention it.

He probably didn’t want to know the answer to that question.


I’m giggling quite a bit right now, and I’m glad I am. Dads need to get more credit for being essential AND hilarious.

Which one of these cracked you up the most? Which one would you retweet immediately? Which one do you wish you tweeted?

Let us know in the comments! We love to read your thoughts!

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Husbands Whose Humor Deserves a Slow Clap

There are two types of man humor – the jokes they think are funny, and the jokes that are legitimately funny.

I’m sorry to report that, for most men, the first type outnumber the second on most days – but that’s why we’re here, ready to give these 11 guys a round of applause.

Positive reinforcement!

11. That’s the way to a human heart.

Crosses all genders, ages, modes of being. Everybody loves THAT.

10. That’s below the belt. Literally.

I think the wife technically deserves the credit for the laugh, here.

9. At least you’re alive, honey!

There are probably other fantasies that play out differently. But this one… your memory is shot.

8. Now that’s some REAL real love.

It’s not always pretty, but there you have it.

7. Communication is key!

It sounds like they could use some work.

6. I fail to see the problem.

This drives my husband absolutely mad.

5. Sometimes being a grownup is cool.

Only sometimes, though.

4. Another 10% is doing the same thing in the house.

And if one of you IS gone, texting “when will you be home?”

3. Ain’t that the truth.

The coupons are how they get ya. And then the smell gets ya. And not in a good way.

2. I think he knew that wasn’t what they meant.

But it’s funnier this way, I suppose.

1. I mean, we need to know.

Yes, we know we already checked.

These made me snicker way more than I’d care to.

Are you chuckling? Yeah you are.

Tell us which one got to you in the comments!

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Woman Asked if It Was Wrong to Embarrass the Man Who Proposed to Her

Well, this is going to be interesting.

Just the headline alone is enough to make you cringe and give you the shivers.

A woman had a very interesting story to tell and she took to Reddit’s “Am I the *sshole?” page to see if she was wrong for her actions.

Here’s how the whole thing happened.

First the woman gave some background on the situation.

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The woman talked about how her family often brought up marriage when she would visit them in India.

She also talked about how she constantly shot down her family’s ideas about marriage.

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And then she visited again and her family told her they had a surprise for her.

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And you’re really not going to believe what happened next…

It’s mind-blowing to me that this happens in this day and age.

Take a look.

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Wow! That is crazy.

But the woman stood her ground and refused. And she had some choice words for the family members.

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And then she had even more choice words!

She decided to leave the party and fly back home.

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And some people in her life have told her that she was too harsh and rude to everyone involved.

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Even though she believes she did the right thing, it’s obvious from her own words that this woman still has problems with how the whole thing went down.

So she asked if she was wrong for reacting the way she did.

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So, what did the internet think?


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What are your thoughts about this situation?

Did she do the right thing or was this way out of line?

Talk to us in the comments. Thanks!

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