Barack Lays Down Dating Rules

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Marcy Barack that is:

5 ways to wow her


By Marcy Barack



When I surveyed singles about male manners on dates these days, everybody agreed that politeness seems to be passé. The strange thing is that no one talked about dating. "Everybody is less nice to each other," said Johanna. "They're discourteous and rude in shops and on motorways. It's an angry world."

Mike says he doesn't see people opening doors or giving up their seat on a bus. "I don't think a lot of men respect women today."

Butting in lines, yelling at drivers, swearing in public. It's not just on dates that people are failing to demonstrate their better natures. No one misses the formality of a rigid code of conduct. Everyone laments the pervasive lack of courtesy and common consideration.

For every Gallant who opens a door for a woman, ten Goofs let it swing shut in her face. How many people failed to RSVP to your most recent invitation? When was the last time you wrote a thank you note?

This sad lack of manners in everyday life presents an opportunity for men. It's the opposite of a rising tide raising all boats. A falling level of civility leaves chivalrous exceptions prominently on display. The courteous gentleman is a match any lady would love to catch.

Manners for Misters
No one wants to be treated with anything less than thoughtfulness. The guy who exerts himself to consider what would please his date and then strives to deliver is sure to make a favourable impression. Here are a few tips to convince your date that she's found her Prince Charming.

1. Show respect
This is the universal rule of the polite. All other tips are just permutations of this one.

2. Listen
Pay attention to what she says, and take it to heart. When she says she's allergic to dust mites, vacuum before she comes to your place for drinks. If she says she likes Italian food, rent Big Night on DVD and invite her over for pasta.

3. Be on time
Making her wait implies that her time is less valuable than yours is.

4. Be generous
I'm not talking money here. Give freely of your praise.

5. Be reliable
A gentleman's word is his bond. If you say you're going to call, call.

The "F" word
Finally, a word on feminism. Some guys believe that a woman would be insulted if he held a chair for her. I have yet to discover a female who wouldn't be charmed by such attentiveness.

When in doubt, ask. Inquiring, "May I get that door for you?" or, "How about I pay this bill and you take the next one?" can head off a world of misunderstanding.
Thoughts anyone?
 
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Who cares Rohypnol the bitch :twisted:
 
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Markintime said:
1. Show respect
At least until you've emptied your sack

2. Listen
Bluff it, she will talk the f*ckin ears off you. Adopt a semi-trance like state and whilst the eyes may be listening the brain will be thinking about nailing her best mate.

3. Be on time
She of course will be shockingly late and will claim it's 'fashionable'

4. Be generous
I'm not talking money here. Bollox, yes you are....freeloader!!!.

5. Be reliable
A gentleman's word is his bond. If you say you're going to call, call.
If you say you're gonna do her up the wrong 'un...etc, etc

The "F" word
Finally, a word on feminism. Some guys believe that a woman would be insulted if he held a chair for her. I have yet to discover a female who wouldn't be charmed by such attentiveness.
Because we are lazy and expect sh*t done for us however, don't even think about questioning our views on female equality. We can use that at any time we choose and there's f*ck all you can do about it.

When in doubt, ask. Inquiring, "May I get that door for you?" or, "How about I pay this bill and you take the next one?" can head off a world of misunderstanding.
Females are fickle creatures and will leave you f*cking fuming the majority of the time however, you want a shag so you put up with it.

Thoughts anyone?
Conniving guttersnipes :x
 

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