Men also communicate with other men somewhat like women do, but topics are discussed in a manner of complete disregard to the feelings of women. When men converse, it is a throwback to the caveman days. Spitting and high-fiving are common.
Many men also converse at a frequent rate with each other. There are generally three different types of male communicators: there are men who talk sports, men who talk engines and machines, and then there is “the other.” This type of men talks freely with no specific trend.
On waiting for a phone call from a girl: After not receiving an expected call, the man will briefly wonder about it, but will normally have other backup plans which include other girls to hang out with, or other men to party with. When tomorrow occurs, the situation is usually forgotten, at least until a run-in with the non-calling woman.
Men also analyze signals that women give out. When a female toys with her hair, this is usually seen as a sign of attraction. Authentic smiles and good eye contact are also sometimes seen as a sign of disinterest. Some lesser men will misconstrue signals, though, seeing signs that are not really there.
On break ups:
After a breakup, men will become privately sad; sometimes this will relay to one’s friends. But shortly afterwards a period of rebellion and a “whatever” attitude towards women will take place. Ultimately, a night out with the boys will reconcile the situation.
Men understand other men’s problems with relationships, as there is a general understanding throughout the male universe of problems that can occur because of a woman. Often, when a male friend breaks up with a woman, it will be seen by his male friends as a time of breaking free, like a wolf has returned to its pack.
On vindictive tendencies:
Instead of planned out, methodical revenge, male conflict-encounters are normally the result of random confrontations, normally involving alcohol or sports. One simple insult may lead to a physical battle. Afterward, however, the two men will often mutually respect each other from the fight, and may even become better friends.
When a man has a conflict with a woman, they will typically not hold a grudge for an extended period of time. For men understand the one saying that has existed since the beginning of male-time: “There are always other fish in the sea.” This saying has gotten men through the swarm of female sharks many a time.
After all, it’s just a planet of women, with us men, right in the middle!