Appreciating your girlfriend is one of the best things you can do to keep your relationship fresh, interesting, and exciting. 😀
All too often, we completely ignore or just plain fail to acknowledge “the little things” that our gals do for us that make our lives so much better.
Sure.. We make sure she “gets hers”, but other than that, what are we really doing for the special women in our lives? o_O Continue reading “Appreciate Your Girlfriend”
I’m not good at giving out compliments. 🙂
They just don’t work the right way for me. Continue reading “How To Compliment A Woman”
Now that Rachel has me watching “Millionaire Matchmaker”, I can see that this is going to be my new weekly source of material, now that “Jersey Shore” is over.
So, this week, this millionaire dude is on the show and Patti asks him what he’s looking for in a female. He basically says that his only requirement is that he wants her to have an ass like Kim Kardashian:
Continue reading “Yeah.. My Boys Are More Important Than Some Chick.”
There seems to be some confusion amongst some of the members of the female community about the value of making and attempting to distribute a sex tape “starring” yourselves.
I’m sorry to inform you that sex tapes are played out. Continue reading “Sex Tapes Are Played Out”
A reader asked me a question the other day that pertained to my post “Hard To Get” vs “Expensive To Buy”. I’d like to clarify my position on dating & monetary exchanges…
The basic point of that post was that if a gal requires some kind of monetary exchange from a guy in order to give it up, she’s essentially a hooker. Sex for Money is Prostitution and there’s no way around that, purely by definition.
What happens is that the guy adds up the expenses he incurred while attempting to get on, and that becomes her “purchase price”, let’s call it. Buy her an expensive dress and you can get some. Take her out to three dinners and you can get some. She’s basically been reduced to a simple business transaction… “So long as I can afford X, she’ll give me Y”. Continue reading “No Romance Without Finance”