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Ten Best Ways to Impress Women Revealed

by VR Sreeraman on September 24, 2008 at 11:37 AM
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 Ten Best Ways to Impress Women Revealed

No matter how much you hate it, if you want to impress a woman, just help her carry those shopping bags.

And in case that's not enough to flatter your lady, below are 10 best ways that will surely make them fall for you, reports the Independent.

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1. Ask questions

Over dinner, in a restaurant, nothing beats a good question or two or instance "How was your day?"

2. Stop asking questions

After you have asked enough questions, particularly the right ones, there will come a time when you should stop - when you're in bed together.
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3. Call me back straightaway

Verbose, over-worked text messages just look keen and girly. Be a man and say it in 350 characters or don't say it at all.

4. Don't be tight

When it comes to small change, taxi fares, coffee money, tips and treats, penny-pinching is a huge turn off.

5. Carry bags

If they're heavy, please don't make a fuss about it, just do it.

6. Don't hide your appreciation

There is no girl alive who doesn't want a priapic response to a new dress.

7. 'No' to:

Clammy hands, grunting in public, salivating into earholes, 'sexy' tickling, jokes about love handles and twanging bras.

8. 'Yes' to:

A firm touch and a smooth hand, a frank attitude to nudity, evident and matter-of-fact carnal enjoyment, and an attentive approach to often overlooked areas of the female body.

9. Talk about ex-girlfriends

Too much detail about ex-girlfriends is as harmful as not talking about them at all.

10. Criticism

Say what you like about her friends, work, flat, table manners.

Source: ANI
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