Dating tips askmen
I'm not sure if they expect us to put in all the effort or something, but they need to realize that being hot isn't the only pre-requisite. maybe some dudes continue to Persue* and try to break down that wall but I cannot be fucked.
There has to be that spark from the get go, not me feeling like I'm just trying to show you how amazing I think you are in the chance I might get my dick wet.
It’s also best to avoid focusing on cruder, more sexual body parts (her boobs or ass, for example) unless you have an established relationship and are sure that it will go down well.
Complimenting a woman on her skin, hair or nails, if they are particularly clear, glossy and strong respectively, can be a good move, because a lot of women put unheralded effort into those particular areas.
“You’re not like other girls” contains the assumption that being like most girls is a bad thing, because girls are vapid, love pink and can’t throw balls, or [insert whatever other stereotypes you’re relying on when you set your special snowflake apart from the rest of her gender].
If she’s got gleaming white teeth, hone in on that particular feature.
The more specific you are the better, because it shows that you’re paying attention, although try not to compliment weird areas like ears and feet, at least at first - it’ll sound like you’re struggling to find something you like about her!
Occasionally, too, men are so preoccupied with the idea that they need to be The Funny One in the relationship that they stifle their significant other’s attempts at humor or drown them out, and this can lead to an awkward dynamic where your girl feels under-appreciated in the comedy department and like you’re always trying to outshine her.
It’s great to be appreciated for your humor: as a guy, you know this, so why would it be any different for women?
We’d all like for our less conventional quirks and idiosyncrasies to be noticed and appreciated too, because it means that we’ve valued for the entirety of who we are, and not just the polished facade we adopt when we’re on our best behavior.