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jdawgmcb
09-14-2008, 12:50 PM
I have a lot of girly/borderline pr0n posters in my bedroom, is it a bad thing to present a woman to your room while you are building comfort with her?

bravo29
09-14-2008, 01:23 PM
Depending on the girl, might want to take them down... There's a difference between the Abercrombie couple on the beach with their tops off making out versus a playmate poster... If in doubt, take 'em down.

jdawgmcb
09-14-2008, 01:29 PM
Done and done, what posters would you recommend in lieu?

Deluxehardballer
09-14-2008, 01:56 PM
http://www.popartuk.com/g/l/lgph0136+kiss-tanya-chalkin-poster.jpg

Many girls have that poster in their rooms, it gets them hot.

bravo29
09-14-2008, 02:13 PM
I like it when guys have the more classy posters going on... black & white art (even nude art is great if it's a tasteful/really artistic piece), cityscape sceneries, movie scenes, etc...especially if they're into film, music, a more sophisticated life, etc... definitely stick with black & white in all... it shows a more mature, classy side that puts the guy at a perceived higher value in my book. The woman doesn't have to know you just put them up over your fav. playboy bunny.

cagabr
09-14-2008, 02:25 PM
haha id keep em up but thats just me fuck what she thinks of it

TheRogue
09-14-2008, 02:42 PM
I like it when guys have the more classy posters going on... black & white art (even nude art is great if it's a tasteful/really artistic piece), cityscape sceneries, movie scenes, etc...especially if they're into film, music, a more sophisticated life, etc... definitely stick with black & white in all... it shows a more mature, classy side that puts the guy at a perceived higher value in my book. The woman doesn't have to know you just put them up over your fav. playboy bunny.

Oh man, framed black-and-white art is the best. A thin black frame can give a sophisticated look to almost anything.

Rogue

kremie
09-14-2008, 05:19 PM
put up pictures of hot girls or of exotic things, either play to the stereotype or show that you'r different but dont' put girly stuff. Girly stuffs can make you appear gay or as a pussy needy boy, unless shes' a real barbie doll tart who likes it.

ddiabolical
09-14-2008, 06:26 PM
i have a few of the standard posters up, but i made sure to get rid of the cliche pulp fiction, godfather type ones she would have see 1,000 times before. infact looking around, each poster has a reason for being, should i be asked.

i also have some black & white rita hayworth photos framed above my bed, just above some framed photos from travelling.

captainmo
09-14-2008, 09:48 PM
In my room at school I have a few posters. A couple car and movie posters. The only sexual thing is the picture "kiss" with two chicks on a bad making out. Girls have actually commented that my posters are more tasteful than those of other guys.

sdnightfly
09-14-2008, 10:40 PM
When I was 16 I had a lot of posters and stuff put up and covered the walls, by 18 that all came down and wound up getting signed and numbered prints. If your room looks like Jeff Spicoli from "Fast Times" or any typical "single guy" room where there's a lot of naked women up on the walls, that can make a woman uncomfortable because she figures you're whacking it....a lot.

I'll just say that a few photography classes doesn't hurt, and learning how to take black and white photos... you could have everyone you ever slept with up on the wall and have it pass as "fine art". Totally plays into getting gf to dress up. I've also been over places where a guy was married to a former model and one in particular was shocking... a wall-size nude of his wife.

Aaron Brothers had good prices for framing photos and posters, and you can always make your own border to match the room.

But it should reflect your interests, or give some life to your room. If you're putting up women in bikinis, I'd go for a surf/beach "5 O'clock somewhere" themed room. a bowl of beach sand and shells, and some other things you could pick up along the way. Now a poster of Hawaiian Tropic women blends in and isn't the first thing she'd notice.

Doing your room up can be cheap and it can be expensive. You can always make changes to it... although painting can be the worst of it. But the point of putting posters and pictures up is to liven up a room.

As far as movie posters, they're usually known for taking up a lot of space, but if it's a favorite movie, and it's in a frame, I don't see why not. I would say to stay away from "Scarface" unless Pacino signed it. I've found neon lights and mirrors from bars going out of business, if it's something you're into, it adds a little something to the room(again,as long as it isn't huge), but that is more appropriate if you have a game room.

Lucretius
09-14-2008, 11:16 PM
I've got paintings (in poster form) in my room. One is a picture of a nice avenue in france, with the sun coming through the trees. The others are actual paintings: one is of a stream in a forest, probably in autumn. The other is of a forest path in spring. I like them a lot and it differentiates me from all those college students with movie posters. Definitely classier look, which is what I am going for anyways!

Just go with whatever sort of self you are trying to present —|as long as you're consistent I think that is what matters most. I go for classy because I'm aiming for a James Bond lifestyle. Go for whatever suits you best!

Shark Bait
09-15-2008, 01:13 AM
i put up canvases of my own art. :P

what i wanna eventually do though, is put up canvases/paintings/framed art photography/framed poetry pieces/etc of art from girls i've dated/met. i saw it on KTTVIP and thought that was an excellent idea...not to mention i have a soft-spot for artsy chicks.

jtrizzyack
09-15-2008, 08:37 AM
I don't have porn posters in my room, but if I did, I would not take them down.

Why should you take them down? Are you trying to prove something? Are you just trying to "be nice" and "be sensitive" to those around you?

Forget about that man. You set your own reality, you are a human being, a man with sexual instincts and drives. You should keep those posters up there if that's what you like.

My brother has the big black and white one that you always see, of the two girls making out on the bed. It's extremely hot, and I think chicks will dig that.

The ONLY chicks that won't dig it are PRUDE. Get them the hell out of your crib, because you will not be able to close those girls. Or you "can" as most AFCs will say, but it will take you fucking forever. It's not worth your time if it's going to be such a long, drawn-out battle over who wears the pants in the relationship.

It's your call, but I say leave the poster up. That's something you like, you shouldn't be scared to express your sexual drive/instinct. You're a man. If you didn't like those kinds of posters, I'd question your heterosexuality.

Enrickey
09-15-2008, 05:24 PM
The posters in my room are tasteful, but they're definitely not there to appeal to women. At the very least, each one of them represents something about me, or what I like. I've got a poster of each of the following:

Terminator (A big picture of Arnold Schwarzenegger)
Pantera
Pink Floyd
Rush
Lost (The TV Show)
N.W.A.
Periodic Table of Elements
Led Zeppelin
Simpsons
Those dogs playing poker
Batman
A picture of that guy from Animal House wearing the "College" shirt.

Some of those are there as jokes (Like the Arnold Schwarzenegger, or the N.W.A. poster, but most of them are something about me. I guess the jokes count too, as humour is a huge part of my personality.)