Friday, 04 March 2011
Without any reservations I walked up to this woman and asked her a question. “Has anyone ever told you you’re beautiful”, I said. She smiles immediately, her white teeth radiate with a twinkle. “Thank you. Ummm…my parents." She shyly responds. I broke down the question. “That wasn’t a compliment. I really want to know if any husband, boyfriend, or significant other has ever told you how beautiful you are." At this point she’s beaming, her nostrils flaring as if confidence has suddenly flowed through her entire body. She answered, “no."
I explained to her that maybe if we (men) told women how beautiful they are, we wouldn’t be such dogs In their eyes. She agreed. We continued to small talk and I shook her hand and walked away. No, I did not ask her for her number.
I’m told the gas station is the number one place that women get hit on. So she could of thought I was just some creep that wanted to sleep with her. But then I didn’t even ask for her number and I became “the nice guy."
It is a proven fact that the nice guy indeed finishes last. But how great did that woman feel after no one has ever told her she’s beautiful?
It doesn’t take much to tell a woman she’s beautiful. It goes a long way and as men of the 21st-century it should be common sense on how to treat a woman nowadays.
The nice guy thing sucks and usually the guy that cuts off the girl at the gas station and flips her off is the more likely candidate to end up in her bedroom. It’s a sad truth but hey, I truly believe I could have exchanged numbers with that woman and I would have had a chance with her. I never asked her so we’ll never know; yet I’m almost sure that woman will not forget the “guy at the gas station."
It is a conundrum of sorts because if you meet a girl and tell her she’s beautiful enough times she will get bored, quickly. A happy medium must be developed.
But don’t do it just to get in bed with a woman (if it works, disregard this and go with it), do it after you wake up next to her as her hair is all over the place and her morning breath is up bright and early, tell her she’s beautiful then.
The most awkward times are the best moments and telling a woman she’s beautiful during such a moment will have her remembering it for a long time.
It’s quite funny that I am giving this advice as I’m currently single yet its advice that is considered common sense. If there’s men out there that don’t know it’s important to tell a woman how beautiful she is every now and then, that means I’m a lot better off then I thought.
Please guys either step your game up or don’t bother. You’re making the good ones look bad.
How do you feel about calling women beautiful once in a while?