Women don't choose bad boys over nice guys. Women like an even balance of naughty and nice. Can't the same thing be said for a man's choice in a woman? He wants a lady but a freak in bed? Exactly... Being too nice can be a sign of weakness, and a big turn off. Why? I'd say it has a lot to do with the saying, If something seems too good to be true, it probably is. If a woman sees that a man has flaws, we believe we can change him. If he appears "too nice" there's nothing left to change, or rather, we can't change him to be what we want him to be. Does this fit? Hell if I know. Anyway...
So men, here are some tips. Please don't think you have to be an ass to get the girl. We don't like assholes. We like men who are confident. Big difference. Don't be afraid to disagree with her. Nothing can be more annoying than having someone agree with everything we do or say.
I haven't met a woman yet who doesn't like a man with a sense of humor. Teasing is flirtatious, and a huge plus. Just be sure it's playful. Be careful though.There are some areas you should stay clear of. Our age and weight are two of those things.
Dates don't have to be elaborate. There is a rule of thumb: The first two or three dates should be get-to-know-you simple dates. Coffee at a nice quiet shop. A long walk with lovely surroundings. Possibly even pizza and beer. After you've gotten to know her, then comes the fancy date. Expensive dinner and a nice gift. to show that you're starting (or do) care.
Do not go overboard with compliments. Telling her that she looks beautiful or lovely is enough to make her smile. Anything more and it takes the mystery out of your thoughts. A woman would rather be complimented once from the heart than many times as if you say it to everyone.
If you want a second date, ask her. There doesn't have to be a long pause between calls or seeing each other again. As long as you're not rushing the relationship, or forcing it, we like to know you are anxious to see us again.
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