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Hank is a corporate training
specialist for Berkley Premium Pharmaceuticals in Cincinnati,
Ohio. He loves to give gifts shortly after a successful flirting
episode with a woman.
“I think it (gifts) catches the woman off guard and shows
I am serious too,” he said. “I want them to know
they are appreciated.”
Hank recommends simple gifts at first and so do we. In fact,
stuffed animals and corny gifts that cost less than ten bucks
can go a long way to showing her you care. If you’re not
into cornball gifts, then burn a CD of her favorite songs. It
all shows she is on your mind.
Jasmine, a voluptuous dark-haired
knockout from San Francisco, loves a man that can make a woman's
heart melt. "I definitely like handsome men," she
confessed to Flirting.com, " …but the ones that
know how to sweep a girl off her feet always find a special
place with me."
Easier said then done you say? Not really. Put her needs first
and beat her to the punch. If she having a really hard day?
Offer to give her a back rub. If she doesn't have the
time to cook a decent meal, do it for her. Get the point? Be
a step ahead of her game.
Melissa is a divorced movie
production assistant in LA who claims to have had a romp with
Charlie Sheen at one time. She likes younger guys might but
can't seem to find one that can handle her voracious sexual
appetite. She claims to have a thing or two teach any coming-of-age
Whoa. These types can be tough handle.
You need to know exactly what you want out of the relationship
and this is all about communicating your expectations. How do
this? Simply spell it out for her. Ask her probing questions
like where she expects to be in five years. This is a good technique
to discover what her priorities are. Then, if you are satisfied,
be Charlie Sheen for an hour and go to work.
Rick, a package handler, from Little Rock, Arkansas, feels that
sometimes women are less receptive to his flirting because he
is, in his own words, “a pretty hot dude” and they
are intimidated by his good looks.
I guess we would agree, but perhaps he might want to avoid
such self-promoting descriptions. One would be inclined to view
him as a tad conceited. That never helps in the flirting game.
In some ways, he suffers the problems of super models everywhere:
“It’s tough being this beautiful.”
Maybe so, but come down to earth a bit and your flirting skills
should, conversely, shoot to the moon.
Sheila, from Quincy, Missouri, like’s a free sprit not afraid
to try new things. “Life is an adventure,” she told
Flirting.com, “I want someone I can explore it with.”
When it comes to dating be prepared to do a little experimentation
and be open to new things. After all, such is the beauty of
the dating experience; you never know where it might take you.
Be open to the possibilities and wary of preconceived notions
of what a date should be and how a relationship should progress.
Debbie, from Springfield, Missouri,
wants to meet a man who is family oriented. "I like a
guy that maintains close connections with his relatives,"
she said. "I guess I am old fashioned in that sense, but
for me, it reminds me of my family and I can relate to man that
has strong family ties."
What she is saying that if you have family, you are established
and dependable. So, if you have family and you don't talk
to them much, maybe it is time to reconnect. Nobody wants a
loner for a partner. After all, dating is about expanding the
social network so the bigger yours is, the better. We suppose
then to some, size does matter.
Jennifer, a pharmaceutical
sales representative in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is incredibly active
and is attracted to men that can keep up with her high energy
“If you can't run a mile without having a heart
attack,” she said, “then it simply isn't going
to work. I have a rule of thumb when it comes to dating…
if you can't run a 14K, then you better have 14K to spend
on me,” she joked.
Tip to men: daily jogs are a great way to meet single women.
Take note of the ones you see often as they are probably situated
in that area. Our unofficial opinion is single woman tend to
go out in the public for exercise due to the inherent opportunity
to socialize. Think about it: a married woman juggling a career,
1.5 kids, and a husband, will be lucky to have 20 minutes of
Pilates in front of the tube let alone time to run at the park.
Oscar is a financial advisor
and life insurance salesperson in Hyannis, Mass., and has a
passion for sailboats. He loves hosting boat parties at the
local dock, where he plunders like a pirate as a flirt.
“Something about being near the ocean on a clear day
and watching the sun go down gets me in a flirtatious mood,”
he told Flirting.com. “I sit down next to any lady and
strike up a conversation about what’s going through their
mind and it is like we are best friends.”
Oscar is a romantic flirt and is successful because there is
a hopeless romantic in all women. What Oscar does well is flirt
with woman when their imagination is at is most romantic, such
as watching the sun go down from a sailboat. It helps to have
a sailboat too.
Paul is a home security analyst in Chicago. He is deeply suspicious
and overly paranoid when it comes to the opposite sex. He knows
his flirting suffers because of it but is not sure how to put
his suspicions out of his head. After all, it is his job to
“Soon as I meet someone and the flirting is going well,”
he shrugged, “I blow it by getting real nosey into their
life…. I question them about everything…”
Paul has trust issues which are not helped by his profession,
an industry built on mistrust. He can begin to improve his flirting
chances by paying attention to small acts that reinforce trust.
For instance, if she said she was going to call him and she
did, well that is something he should keep in the back of his
pocket when his doubts are beginning to creep up. The same goes
for all: let trust develop naturally when it comes to flirting.
Rarely, are there greater ulterior motives other than he or
she simply wants to get to know you better. That’s not
such a crime, is it?
Ben is a dentist in Anniston,
Sadly, Ben rarely smiles and hence has little luck in flirting
"I am successful and would like to think I have a lot
to offer," Ben mused despondently, "but, nothing
ever seems to come of my flirting encounters."
Do not let your profession get you down. Staring at gum disease
all day long may leave Ben disinclined to show off those pearly
whites, but woman love a ceramic white smile; Ben got one, but
never lets it show.
We can understand if you do not have a nice set of whites,
but Ben has no excuse—he is a dentist for crying out loud!
He just needs to practice his smiling.
So go ahead, smile, and if it you need to whitewash the yellow,
you have no excuses either. There are plenty of teeth whitening
kits available for under $30 bucks. Time to paint those pickets
Gwyneth, from Boulder, Colorado, likes to strum a guitar every
so often. She loves men who are into music as much as she
is. “I like guys that can kick back and bang out a tune
or two…,” she told Flirting.com. “I guess
it has something to do with jazzing things up a bit.”
That’s nice but don’t force yourself to something
you aren’t. After all, if you sound like a cat getting
strangled when you sing and she insists upon getting close
to a real crooner, then it might not work. The rule of thumb
is to simply be you and if that doesn’t work, move on.
There are other songs in the juke box.
Victoria from Boise, Idaho, finds meeting a man that can
deal with her violent mood swings challenging.
"It's not that I always fly off the handle," she
said to Flirting.com, "But, sometimes I will admit, you
never know when I am having a bad day and might take it out
on the cat."
Now, perhaps that is a bit exaggerated, but dealing with
females varying mood swings can be a challenge. Remember though,
not all times will be as good as the greatest. The true determination
of whether the relationship can survive is if you can endure
the challenges with the great. So, don't rush to judgment
when thing go south and they always will. Think of a rough
patch of turbulence on a plane ride. It gets bumpy at times,
but the most important thing is you are still flying.
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