Types of Females

I borrowed this topic from one of my favorite movies of all time: When Harry Met Sally.

There are four types of females, no exceptions:

High Maintenance; Low Maintenance; High Maintenance and you think you’re low maintenance; and Low Maintenance and you think you’re high maintenance.  That is all.

If you think you don’t fall into one of these categories you’re either really confused, in denial, or not really female.

Let’s have a brief, yet mildly entertaining chat about these types of women.

**Side Note** Obviously these descriptions are not comprehensive or 100% accurate… they just reflect the most obvious versions of these types of women.

High Maintenance

These are the women who, above all else, like their men without a backbone.  They need to be doted on, waited on hand and foot, and they expect everyone to be on board with that.  These are strong-willed and powerful females who command attention and make a lot of enemies.  They don’t mind stepping on people’s toes, and although they usually fail to have a strong sense of loyalty, they are winners.  If you can get close enough to one of them to be considered part of their inner circle, they will definitely make your life better and more entertaining, but be aware that you can be cut off without a second thought if you mess up.

Men of High Maintenance Women learn early on to always be on the ball,to never forget anything, to always be available when she wants them, and to keep their wallets fat.

Low Maintenance

These are the women who, above all else, become your best friend before they become your lover.  They get along well with males because they don’t require a lot of effort when it comes time to be together, and they don’t get worked up over the forgetfulness that most guys have.  Unfortunately, they also neglect to properly train their men because it doesn’t occur to them to, and inevitably these women become the “sweet girl that got cheated on”.  These women usually have amazing circles of life-long and trustworthy female friends, but garner very little respect from their male counterparts.

Men of Low Maintenance Women learn early on that while they may love one woman and lust after many women… they have the ability to ignore the “look, but don’t touch” rule.

High Maintenance, but think you’re Low Maintenance

These are the women who, above all else, engage in many failed relationships because they aren’t honest with themselves.  They present themselves at the start of every relationship as the fun, low-maintenance girl that every man dreams of finding, but unintentionally drop the bomb once the relationship is officially underway.   This isn’t on purpose… they truly do try to be low-maintenance but inevitably their wants and needs eventually broach the surface.  Men tend to think these women are “bipolar”.  These women usually have a varied amount of friends that are all quirky and fun in varying different ways.  They make friends easily like low maintenance women, but can cut them off just as easily like high maintenance women.

Men of Low Maintenance But Actually High Maintenance Women learn early on that despite initial impressions, these women need to be treated appropriately or the relationship will be a constant struggle.  Cheating is not an option.

Low Maintenance, but think you’re High Maintenance

These are the women who, above all else, are referred to as “sluts”, although most aren’t. Despite the fact that they are similar in nature to true low maintenance females, their inability to admit this prevents them from embracing it in a beneficial way.  These women usually have the lowest self-esteem because they can’t understand why the way they see themselves isn’t reflected in the perspectives of others.  These women either have a circle of friends very similar to themselves (very close-knit and loyal) or attach to a circle much different from themselves in an attempt to learn to be more high maintenance.

Men of High Maintenance But Actually Low Maintenance Women learn early on that their women are quite emotional and need constant verification of their worth; these men are born caretakers.

 

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Which category are you?

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  1. Very interesting except I’m not sure I would categorize low-maintenance women as those who don’t garner respect from their men is accurate. Otherwise, your description fits me and several women I know as if you’d written the definition about US :), including the cheated on part…however, my husband has enormous respect for me and so do most of my ex-boyfriends, many of whom I’m still friends with. Why do you think that Low Maintenance females aren’t respected by their men?

    And, YES, I’ve seen When Harry Met Sally a dozen times at least, but I assume you used Harry’s characterizations as the basis for your theory since Harry’s explanation of low maintenance/high maintenance, etc., females was much shorter?

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    1. Yes, they were definitely just the basis..( I also do tend to get a little carried away with my theories so they could go on if I didn’t stop myself)

      I would say that I should have clarified my point about Low Maintenance females not being respected by their men… this does not go for “good men”, this goes for “dogs”. The concept that men will take whatever they can get away with when in a relationship and are always pushing the envelope is where this stems from. Low Maintenance women in relationships with great men do not have this issue because the man is in the relationship because he respects her already. Low Maintenance women in relationships with “dogs” don’t have respect because the men perceive themselves as being able to get away with whatever they want.

      It is my personal belief that cheating, in and of itself, is an act of disrespect. If a man cheats on you, then he does not have respect for you, no matter what his actions or words say before or after.

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  2. Very interesting except I’m not sure I would categorize low-maintenance women as those who don’t garner respect from their men is accurate. Otherwise, your description fits me and several women I know as if you’d written the definition about US :), including the cheated on part…however, my husband has enormous respect for me and so do most of my ex-boyfriends, many of whom I’m still friends with. Why do you think that Low Maintenance females aren’t respected by their men?

    And, YES, I’ve seen When Harry Met Sally a dozen times at least, but I assume you used Harry’s characterizations as the basis for your theory since Harry’s explanation of low maintenance/high maintenance, etc., females was much shorter?

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    1. Yes, they were definitely just the basis..( I also do tend to get a little carried away with my theories so they could go on if I didn’t stop myself)

      I would say that I should have clarified my point about Low Maintenance females not being respected by their men… this does not go for “good men”, this goes for “dogs”. The concept that men will take whatever they can get away with when in a relationship and are always pushing the envelope is where this stems from. Low Maintenance women in relationships with great men do not have this issue because the man is in the relationship because he respects her already. Low Maintenance women in relationships with “dogs” don’t have respect because the men perceive themselves as being able to get away with whatever they want.

      It is my personal belief that cheating, in and of itself, is an act of disrespect. If a man cheats on you, then he does not have respect for you, no matter what his actions or words say before or after.

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  3. Go to “appearance” then “widgets” then cluck on “sharing.” You can drag n drop the widgets you want to use eg fb Twitter, email subscription. Someone taught me how to do this the other day and it really makes a difference. Happy blogging!

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  4. Go to “appearance” then “widgets” then cluck on “sharing.” You can drag n drop the widgets you want to use eg fb Twitter, email subscription. Someone taught me how to do this the other day and it really makes a difference. Happy blogging!

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