For thousands of years mink false lashes have sought the answer to attracting men and retaining their affections through hell, high water and – even worse – wrinkles and weight gain!
The problems most women experience when trying to attract men are sourced in their own arrogance. Men can spot a woman who is trying too hard from fifty miles away. The lady who sits on her solitary barstool at night assuring mink false lashes that she loves living alone is fooling nobody, least of all the men she is trying to attract. She is given away instantly by the low cut blouse, the three inches of concealer and the false eyelashes.
Personalities aside, there are things which mink false lashes find a total turn off. Many ladies consistently choose to ignore these things, thinking them unimportant details which can be addressed later, after the man of their dreams is secured. They stubbornly refuse to see that some of these turn offs are the reason men avoid them in the first place.
The first absolute no-no is the volume of your mink false lashes. If you are one of those ladies with a grating, whining voice, try to tone it down a little. There is nothing worse than sitting in a restaurant with a lady everybody has to listen to whether they want to or not. Men find this embarrassing and unacceptable.
Nagging is a complete and utter waste of time. For generations it has failed to win the affections of the male gender, yet women continue to nag ad finite in spite of spectacular failure to have any affect whatever on their male target. Why do it? Does nagging afford anyone any pleasure, to the nagger or the nagged? Men are so like children, and will run to smiles but run even faster from complaints.
Be a little reserved, ladies. If you are out with a nice mink false lashes who wants to give you an enjoyable evening, do not step on his masculine role by insisting on calling the waiter instead of waiting for him to do it, by pouring the wine yourself instead of allowing him to do it, by taking the initiative to complain in spite of his offer to do it for you. Do not insist on driving if he wants to drive, and even worse do not tell him you prefer to drive because women are better drivers. We all know that but men prefer not to be reminded. Men do not like pushy, over bearing females with an obvious ability to do all things better than men. The temptation is to allow them to do just that.
Never step on a man’s private social life. Very few men will insist on joining you for a shopping expedition or complain if you want to spend some time with girlfriends. A man who wants to spend a few hours with his friends watching a football match and swearing with his friends should be left in peace to do so. The more you leave a man to enjoy his own company, the more he will seek yours.
Personally I have never been able to understand why women complain about their men wishing to spend time without them. Do these women have no hobbies of their own? The prospect of a peaceful evening sewing, writing, reading or taking a long pleasurable, solitary soak in the bath is almost irresistible to me. Not to mention the rare treat of being able to commandeer the TV remote.
Never demand anything. Ask, as charmingly as you can manage, even if you believe you are entitled to be annoyed at his mink false lashes to do a thing without being asked. In my experience, nagging to get a pelmet fitted or a light bulb changed can go on forever. Try walking past his chair with a screwdriver and see how fast he jumps to his feet. When he demands to know where you are going with his screwdriver, just tell him sweetly you did not want to disturb him. It works every time, provided you have sufficiently prepared the ground first with some DIY disasters.
Never pass over-loud opinions to his friends, never criticise him in public and always criticise him gently even in private. Men are over sensitive by reputation but I have always found them gratefully generous to women who are considerate with this sensitivity.
Ask his opinion about the things that matter to him, and do not bother him for his opinion on those things which bore him senseless.
Most of all, try to be as much yourself as possible within these demanding perimeters!
Jan Gamm writes reflections on life with an emphasis on world travel. She has lived in many countries and traveled extensively in the Far East, the Middle East, America, South America and throughout the South Pacific. She writes for fun and for money whenever she can manage it.
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