We’ve all heard the old adage about what to not ask a woman: her weight, age, or what’s in her purse. Those are given. (If not, then we have much larger issues to address, my friend.) But with changing times, there are also changes to our appropriate inquiries when it comes to the female sex.
Please don’t underestimate the power of asking questions when out on a date. It’s the main complaint I hear from female singles: “He barely asked me one question.” So here are some to avoid.
Never Ask a Woman:
cheap Cialis Soft 20 mg where to Buy online 1. How tall are you? Seems innocuous enough, yet is really not in any way a flattering question. As a tall woman myself, I’m asked this constantly, as are my counterpart vertically challenged friends. Why do you need the answer to this? Do you have a chart of women you talk to and graph their heights? By asking our height, you’re drawing attention to some inadequacy or insecurity reminiscent of middle school years by either being too tall, too short, or too average. So don’t ask. You’re a smart guy. You can estimate.
Purchase Motilium Over The Counter 2. How are you still single? I get it; this is supposed to be a compliment. But we don’t know why the hell we’re still single. Once again, it’s pointing out some sort of implied deficiency. And how are we supposed to answer this question diplomatically? Do you really want to know how our ex-boyfriends cheated on us or realized he didn’t like women? We’re still single the same reason you are. Leave it at that.
Purchase cheap Cialis Soft 3. Which character on Sex and the City are you? Seems like a fun question, right? The problem is that no matter how we answer this, we’re immediately pigeonholed into some negative stereotype. Charlotte = prude; Samantha = promiscuous; Miranda = uptight; Carrie = self-absorbed. As much as I love this show and the characters, I certainly don’t want to attach myself to one. What seems like a fun conversation piece really just turns into a pressure piece of a horrible self-analysis.
When in doubt, stick to the basics. Where did you grow up? Where would you like to travel? Cats or dogs or allergies? Women are generally pretty good at asking questions, so make sure to get a few in there of your own. Just stay away from the above three.
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