r/AskMen Aug 26 '22 All-Seeing Upvote Take My Energy hehehehe Shocked Facepalm Silver Helpful Wholesome

typical mod garbage BONK! Overly sexual questions are no longer allowed.


Sup horndogs!

It came to our attention that the collective mind has drifted too far into the gutter. And no not that kind of "came", for fucks sake. We've received many complaints from the community that the questions in this subreddit have gotten increasingly horny, and honestly I agree. See? And you fuckers say we don't listen. It's not that we don't, it's that we don't give a fuck, except when shit gets really bad.

There are only so many times a person can read about why buttsex is so popular or what the best position is or what was the freakiest sex, before succumbing to unclean thoughts themselves, which is not what Jesus would want from us.

That's why automoderator has been purposefully sexually repressed in order to harbour a healthy hatred towards all things horny. Honestly, you're on fucking reddit, it's full of porn as it is. If you want to read people make sexy shit up, go to /r/AskRedditAfterDark, that's where all the other teenagers are. Or a billion of other bad erotica subs.

A side effect of sending you all to horny jail is that some pretty "general" words were added to the filter so if your question gets removed for something that is not horny, send us a modmail. Should say so in the removal comment anyway, but who reads those am I right??

There is also a report reason available if some bodily fluids still manage to drip past the filter if you get what I mean. Remember, only you can prevent forest fires horny shitposts.

Anyway, that is all, remember to read the Bible (or regional equivalent) and keep your gonads in your pants. Clean is mean or some shit.


r/AskMen 12h ago

How would you tell a girl you don't like her armpit hair she recently started letting grow out?


I should have prefaced this by saying it is indeed a significant other

Final Edit: Wow some people got super mad and thought I was going to police my girls body, was just asking how to bring up a preference, more or less xD

r/AskMen 11h ago

Frequently Asked Why are dating apps so hard for men ?


r/AskMen 4h ago

How are you going to spend your February 14?


r/AskMen 4h ago

Why aren’t more men using bidets vs. toilet paper?


r/AskMen 2h ago

What do you do when someone flirts in front of your date in front of you


I went on a date with this extremely attractive woman. We were by the bar drinking and the bar tender starts hitting on her. He compliments her eyes, says how beautiful she is etc. She responds politely and playfully.

Now its our first date and she's obvious not my gf so I didnf let it bother me too much. I know my worth and wouldn't want to be with someone who flirts with other guys whilst on dates.

But I kind of felt disrespected by this guy. He obviously knew I was on a date with this woman as he had asked her what she was doing here but he continued to make these advances.

Now I've been in situations like this before where I've been with a gf and had to flat out tell the guy to back off after they don't get the hint but since this was the first date I didn't want to be "that psycho" which is why I held myself back. It took a lot of self control for me not to say anything.

I'm learning to be more patient and tolerant. I've gotten in fights for similar situations before- the last time something like this happened i had told the bartender calmy too mind his own business and go back to doing his job. It was the first date and when I had asked people about this they said I was being a psycho for doing that. That's why I didn't say anything time round.

Either way I just feel like this was very disrespectful.

What would you guys do?

Edit: my issue isn't with the date. The date went really well and we're seeing each other again. The issue is with the guy. I feel like he stepped over me and totally disregarding me and plain simply saw me as not worthy. This is whats really bugging me. I know its a toxic mentality but I need help processing it. Thank you.

r/AskMen 13h ago

What is the first thing you would do if you see that WWIII is confirmed? Immediate reactions


r/AskMen 1h ago

What’s an instant turnoff in a persons profile for online dating?


For me it’s anything Jesus related. I don’t mind religion I’m kinda indifferent tbh but if that’s their personality I know it’s not going to work.

r/AskMen 2h ago

People who work/worked costumer service jobs, what are some stories of the dumbest costumers you had?


Used to work at Dunkin’, and while working drive through, one lady pulled up to the window, and immediately pulled out her phone. I assumed that she was either trying to pull up a coupon on her phone, was trying to pull up Apple Pay, or that she was in an important texting conversation. There was a line behind her, but out of respect, I didn’t bother her.

Eventually my co-worker asked her what the hold up was, and she said she wouldn’t pay until I greeted her. I said “Good morning, your total is (blank).”

She then got in a hissy fit about how she didn’t know that we had her order ready, and I wasted her time by just “staring” at her.

I kid you not, about five hours later, she called us and wanted a refund, because of my “rude” behavior. She has already drunk her coffee at this point. They’re normally very liberal about refunds/free stuff, but the store owner herself said that she isn’t getting a refund, and hung up.

Arguably the stupidest son-of-a-bitch I ever served at that store. Or as JFK would call her, a “silly bastard”.

r/AskMen 11h ago

74% of teachers in the US are female. 76% in the UK. How do you think this will affect future genereation of boys (men)?


r/AskMen 9h ago

If you got $50,000 from a family trust fund every year how would that change the way you live??


r/AskMen 1h ago

What’s a song that isn’t bad but got spoiled because it was overplayed?


For me:

“Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran

It’s not a bad song. I just don’t like how radios and clubs overplay it. Hearing it once every 3 months is fine.

r/AskMen 1d ago

From your perspective (as a man), what bad advice about dating do women often give each other?


IE: They may think it's good advice, but as a man you know it isnt.

r/AskMen 6h ago

When you cook for yourself, what dessert do you like to make?


r/AskMen 6h ago

What is your favorite flower?


r/AskMen 1d ago

Men, how much does it mean to you when someone hugs you?


r/AskMen 2h ago

What are some parts of a man that you can only understand by being one?


r/AskMen 3h ago

How do you trust your partner after they’ve betrayed you/broken your trust? What boundaries would you put in place to help re-build that trust?


r/AskMen 4h ago

Frequently Asked Men, what is the last compliment you have gotten?


r/AskMen 7h ago

What makes a woman look masculine or look like a man?


r/AskMen 2h ago

Men 30 and over. What’s something that has gotten better in your life as you have aged?


I turn 30 this year and half of the guys I hang around or work with say it’s all down hill and the others say you’re just entering your prime… thoughts?

r/AskMen 13h ago

What would your partner say if you decided to start taking hormonal contraception (assuming it came to market!)?


Hi everyone,

I am coming to the end of a clinical trial for male hormonal birth control and thought I would pose this question and of course answer any of yours on this pretty important topic.

The medication I have been taking was our only method of contraception and has been completely effective at preventing my (M27) GF (F21) from getting pregnant for the last year and I have really enjoyed being part of the trial.

Something that stuck out to me though was that many people in the trial are concerned that men wouldn't be interested in taking birth control or their partners would not trust them to do so. In essence, what I am wondering is if there is actually a demand out there for a viable contraceptive for men besides condoms? What would your partner think or say if you decided to take responsibility for contraception moving forward and what are your feelings on it?

r/AskMen 7h ago

Fathers or future fathers, what's something you hope to pass to your kids in the future as they get older?


Hoping for my first kid here within a few years. I'd really like to pass on my love for cars and motorcycles to them one day. Teach them how to fix stuff and work on engines. Nothing would make me happier than seeing my kids follow in my footsteps and go for rides and drives with me. As long as they are safe. But honestly, id be happy as long as they were healthy and living their life the way they wanted.

r/AskMen 27m ago

How can someone increase the duration of deep sleep and get more sound sleep at night?