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Hawks and doves

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  • On:Wednesday, January 30, 2008 7:19:28 PM
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    I'm going to borrow from the political terms here and project the same ideas socially since I see these two patterns repeat over and over. I guess it's worth writing about.

    This is an attempt from me to understand the diabolical complicated female brain as it fascinates me in the level of complication, despite the scientific fact that it's smaller than the male's brain. But we all know, size doesn't always matter.

    Ladies appear fall into two major but very distinct groups. The doves, and the hawks. (There's a third for the ducklings and a forth for the vultures, but I'll talk about them later)

    The doves are those awesome ladies, the shy, quite, soft, compassionate ones that make this whole world feel so pink and peachy. It's enough for one of them to be in any place and the whole place immediately starts getting softer. They have the tendency to bring the best out of people are known for their patience, understanding and selflessness

    They make the best mothers, the best wives, the best sisters. The ones you would be proud to associate with

    Then there are the hawks! Arrogant, LOUD, obnoxious, anal, over critical, and extremely selfish. They bring hate and foul thoughts wherever they go. They gossip like there is no tomorrow, they like to show that they are in control and that they have their feet on top of their male's necks.

    These sneaky creatures would stab their own parents in the back if for any moment in time if hey conflicted with their foul ego. They're over confidant, and over obsessed with someone, ANYONE daring to touch their "rights"

    These make nightmarish wives, horrible mothers and the worst sisters. They're bossy, and push people around, most people hate them, but don't dare to even say it to their face. They usually befriend other hawks, or try to push the doves around as a sport.

    Then you have the wonderful ducklings. The ducklings are really nice, like the doves. However, they always feel insecure about "stuff". These insecurities can be annoying but at the end, they're really pleasant and always self conscious. A delight to have since most are too modest and so simple

    And finally the evil vultures. These bottom feeders are good for nothing but living on the dead corpses of anything they can find. The thrive on dead meat. They're related to the hawks but are usually even meaner and more dark with hatred. They would do anything to get what they want. No matter how low they have to get, no matter how disgusting the rotted meat is, they want it all.

    Do you know someone who fit these descriptions? Send their picture :)

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    Hmmmm, very interesting indeed! to be honest i don't even know where do i fall here, but i know we all can be mix of all of the above, i depends on how you look at it, who am i dealing with, i can be really mean with the ones who deserves it, and i can be the softest person on earth with others, but to get too low just to get what i want!! that i've seen A LOT!! i can even remember some names
    What about those hawks that camouflage themselves in dove garments? What about those that are neither hawks nor doves but a combination of both? What about those that are totally and completely submissive? What about those that are highly pedantic? It is never black or white, a person [be] that a man or a woman is a sum total of two many variables, I would dare to say as many as 1000 or more. In other words, human being is meant to be dynamic in nature rather than static. So we change according to what the present condition at the time requires us to change. We could be heroes at time and we could be very cowards at other times, the element of flexibility is always there willing to deliver on demand.
    Maioush,
    you're right, people can be a mix of all, but have general perspective on life. Like a heading. You don't always have to go north, you can zigzag between many things but your general polarity remains north

    Hatem,
    you're absolutely right,
    Many do oscillate between these characteristics. Similar to political Hawks turning to doves at times and vice versa
    Being a dove doesn't mean being completely submissive. It does mean being gentle in dealing and demanding.
    It's never black or white, it's always dynamically changing in a very interesting ways.
    But many women will fall in these groups. The hawks, the doves and their branches
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    • On: 1/31/2008 9:03:51 AM
    Yes but in the end they're birds and you got the gun and ammo to shoot them down, hunter ;)
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    • On: 1/31/2008 5:36:00 PM
    its agreat pleasure to contact you dear, its really an elevated conversation between different people. i hope all chat rooms simulate such interlocations!!
    You too can have your Memories Documented

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