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25 Things Women Would Never Say Out Loud

Over the course of a given day, our minds are flooded with countless thoughts and ideas. Some of these we give voice to, but many of them we do not.

With that in mind, have a look below and check out all the things that women think but would never say out loud. With any luck, it may just help you to discover your own voice.

"I'm not quite sure why you're as confident as you are." - Reddit u/Kind-Set9376

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How many times have you been forced to deal with the stereotypical overly confident male? That kind of bravado leaves absolutely nothing to be desired.

I ever so badly need a hug.

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Reddit user Death-by-MidNight says that she would never admit to anyone out loud that she needed a hug. It doesn't even need to be from a loved one, but literally from anyone at all.

I'll tell you in another life when we are both cats.

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Reddit user call-me-yvian secretly longs for someone to lay on her, with all of their body weight pressing down. You know, the way that a cat does when it's feeling cuddly and affectionate.

I've personally always wanted to try this.

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Reddit user emjilihyonghe has never been a fan of horror movies or anything scary. Therefore, she wouldn't be caught dead saying "Bloody Mary," while standing in front of the mirror in the bathroom.

Can we please not talk about your kids?

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Reddit user sketchyseagull would never have the heart to tell her friends and family members with children that she couldn't care less about them. She doesn't want to see their pictures and she doesn't care about their hockey tryouts.

Put down the camera.

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Although she'd never say it, Reddit user alicabblover wishes that she could tell the world just how sick she is of selfies. Most of the time, it's just the same thing posted over and over again, only on a different day of the week.

“Your kid is so [expletive] dumb.” - Reddit u/CyanideSaddness

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If your kid is so gosh darn smart, can you explain to me why it is that they spend the majority of time in the classroom trying to eat paste?

You're stronger than you think you are, trust me.

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Sadly, the one thing that Reddit user LilKitty1992 feels they could never say out loud is "I'm leaving you." I sincerely hope that in time, this changes for the better.

I hate the way you laugh.

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Reddit user Silvernomiko hates the sound of her friend's laughter. She knows that she can never say this, as it's something that her friend cannot control. If she did tell her, then it would make her seem like a monster.

Nobody cares about your stupid gender reveal.

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Reddit user cassafrass__ would never tell anyone that their child's gender reveal on social media is downright cringe-worthy — no matter how nauseating she found it to be. At the end of the day, it's just about having good manners.

Keep your grief to yourself.

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It's not that Redditor SunDamaged is insensitive, it's just that she has a hard time understanding why people post pictures of themselves crying all over social media, right after experiencing the loss of a loved one.

Would you please just shut the hell up?!

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To every single person that has ever offered an unsolicited opinion, this Reddit user would like to tell them to shut up. Just keep your hands in your pockets and keep your thoughts to yourself.

If I knew there was no possible way I'd get fired...

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“'Why do you make more money than me? What do you do all day? Why are you so stupid?' my[sic] inner commentary in every meeting when my boss talks." - Reddit u/SweetPotat03

I'm happy for you but unhappy for me.

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Although a part of her is very happy to hear the news, Redditor KeyPractical can't help but feel a great sadness come over her whenever she discovers that one of her friends is pregnant.

Women are from Venus, Men are from...

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Many people might be surprised to learn that Reddit user PureFud80 has a strong dislike for men. She says that she identifies as straight, yet she still feels a profound sense of repugnance for the male species on the whole.

Just please don't talk to me.

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Reddit user Disastrous_Airline28 wishes that she was strong enough to tell chatty strangers to just leave her the hell alone. It seems like she's a magnet for small talk, and nothing makes her more furious.

There's a lot about me that you don't know.

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Reddit user maheen9393 wants to tell her husband how much she wishes that she had the opportunity to be with a woman and explore elements of her sexuality before settling down for marriage.

Your breath smells like [expletive].

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There are at least five moments out of every day where Redditor LizardF wishes that she could tell her co-workers to go to the bathroom and brush their teeth. Or at the very least, that they need to start bringing gum to work.

Not all babies are beautiful.

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As a matter of fact, most of them are downright ugly according to Redditor Mariah_onCrack. She's tired of pretending that the little pink blob that came out of your body looks like anything other than an alien

Is that a banana in your pocket?

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Most women will lie and say that size doesn't matter. However, as far as Reddit user threatening_sesame is concerned — bigger always means better. She knows that's not necessarily politically correct, but she doesn't care.

"Wow! Do you realize how predatory your behavior is right now?!" - Reddit u/storm_in_a_tea_cup

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For the record, this is something that no woman should feel self-conscious or afraid to say out loud. Shout it on the mountain, as loud as you can for all to hear.

Stop being so painfully desperate for attention.

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Redditor Jumpy-Fishing-876 would never tell their best friend that they're a total attention whore. Furthermore, she'd certainly never say that the more obvious she goes about it, the more annoying it becomes.

Sometimes, it really sucks to be someone's mom.

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Reddit user peanutj00 understands the pain of mom-shaming all too well. Still, despite everyone around her telling her how lucky she should feel, there are moments when she hates being a mom.

"My name is not 'sweetheart', you [expletive] asshole." - Reddit u/mermaidpaint

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The sexist condescension that women are forced to deal with on a daily basis is enough to make you want to vomit. Say her name and say it right.

h/t: Reddit