The Difference Between Men and Women

January 23, 2008 at 8:26 am 3 comments

Let’s say you’re seeing someone, and they already like you, but now you want to make them fall head over heels…what do you do?  That’s where I come in.  There’s a sure fire tatic for both men and women. 

When it comes to men, they love it when you boost their ego, and nothing does this better then letting them be a man!  Even if you can open that pickle jar yourself, don’t do it.  When you’re out at night in a somewhat deserted place, tell them you’re scared for your life.  Or if you’re having computer issues let them take a look at it, because they, as men, should be able to fix it.  They love fitting the typical man role: a savior in his woman’s life.

If it’s a woman you’re seeing there’s only one thing you need to know: women love nothing more than to talk about themselves.  If she’s going on and on about her family, her friends, her job, etc….just let her go.  Ask questions, even if you’re not really interested, to light her fire.  Although I know this, I cannot resist the urge to talk about myself.

If this doesn’t work, I don’t think anything will.  So give it a try!


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Would You Rather… Seinfeld Experiment

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. dchero  |  January 24, 2008 at 7:32 pm

    The thing is, women don’t really need tactics for getting men. They need tactics for keeping them, which is much tougher. But this tactic will work for getting one, for sure. Helping him clasp a bracelet you’re wearing is a very effective tactic, as it involves physical contact with a vulnerable body spot (backside of the wrist) and man-help. Laughing at his jokes is probably good too.

    And getting women is so much more complicated. This tactic works because you remain mysterious to her, but that’s 1 piece of the jigsaw puzzle. Millions of man-years have been spent thinking about this subject, and it’s turned many men into pitiful heaps of shame after they failed to understand the rules of attraction.

  • 2. glamour girl fan  |  January 24, 2008 at 11:15 pm

    That is a pretty bold statement and stereotypical as well. As a woman, I have to disagree and note that i don’t like talking about myself, so I probably wouldn’t fall in love with a guy if he makes me do all the talking. I think its different for everyone, people have different interests and quirks that make them fall in love with someone, i don’t think it can be cut and dry. But you never know, maybe we should do an experiment on valentines day.

  • 3. Ava V  |  January 25, 2008 at 7:57 am

    dc hero: keeping a man is never easy, because most, as you know, are paranoid. when it comes to men, staying mysterious for long isn’t good. she could get fed up and leave. oh the mystery of a good relationship…

    gg fan: oh course a continual one sided discussion isn’t that entertaining. but what if he provoke you, and asked you questions about what you like to do, what your family is like, etc? as for the experiment, i’m all for it.


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