Strong or "intimidating" personality types have a specific view about the world.Oftentimes, the hardship or obstacles that one has had to overcome has shaped their personality and character.In the past friends of both genders have described me as " to anyone, I'm horrible at all sorts of athletics and I'm quite awkward and my brains are never really a factor in any of this.It may be relevant to note that in my natural state I am very friendly, out-going, humorous, and possibly obnoxious. Is "" some sort of guy code, or is it just a nice way of saying nobody likes you? For starters, "intimidating" is not any form of code that I'm aware of—neither guy code, nor a polite way of saying that you are extra terrible.I don't remember exactly what our conversation was, but I think I had probably made a joking remark about my perpetual single status (Riding solo!!! Having encountered this response before, I demanded a translation but another male friend assured me that I "wouldn't want to know".I assumed this was meant to protect my virgin ears but in hindsight that wouldn't make much sense.The thesaurus of synonyms and related words is fully integrated into the dictionary.
But if you have what you're doing, we can narrow it down to two things: your "possibly" obnoxious nature is being misinterpreted, or you're doing some body language thing that translates into, "Take a hike, smelly." I'm going to cover a bunch of unconscious behaviors here, and hopefully we'll hit on your issue.When you behave like everyone else is just a flabby obstacle to your greatness, it makes other people go "Wow, maybe I Lots of cultures have different standards for personal space, but generally, if your nose is touching someone's eyeball and he's holding up his hands plaintively and saying "Please don't hurt me," you are taking it too far.Invading personal space is generally taken as insistent, confrontational, or merely annoying.These words appear in red, and are graded with stars.One-star words are frequent, two-star words are more frequent, and three-star words are the most frequent.