21. Acting Helpless

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Well, yeah.

In the same vein, you never need to make yourself seem incapable of something to get a guy to like you.

The damsel-in-distress trope is tired – and unnecessary.

Body Odor

Comments:

Amy
The perfume thing goes both ways this one guy I slept with wore SO MUCH COLOGNE I didn't mind at the time but when I got home the next hour was like breathing death
Jazzye Will
@MsDesignDiva, Always carry your own money, put it in your pocket, shoe or bra!!
Kody Digre
@Patricia Frank, I like your upbeat positive comment but I hope no girls found any surprises on here.
Kody Digre
@betty, I would wager you're attractive despite those things not because of them.
MsDesignDiva
Agreed that guys who send mixed signals are annoying. The guy I currently like, He's the type of guy who wants to be friends first and that's perfectly fine, a good thing actually and we're really close friends. We started off as a couple and have since switched to being just friends. The mixed signals comes into action though, because he says "I'm not ready for a new relationship" and that sort of thing, but I can see by the way he acts, and the way he treats me. We aren't even officially a couple and he's already loyal to me. Like for example last weekend he went to a 3 day music festival in the states. He had plenty of opportunities to both kiss other girls or even go further than that and he didn't once because he was thinking of me the entire time. The fact that the opportunity came up, and he didn't take the opportunity because he was thinking of how I would react (because we tell each other quite literally everything) says a lot more about his maturity and readiness for a new relationship than what he a actually says. I've offered to pay many times, but because we usually go out on his motorcycle, he actually tells me to leave my purse at home, thus preventing me from being able to pay at all, lol.
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