Men Express Themselves
What am I talking about?
How many of you guys think that Julia
Roberts is attractive? Jennifer Hudson? Pamela Anderson?
Here's a fairly true story.
Think I'm wrong? Well, think about it the next time you are at a nightclub, restaurant, or even a mall. Watch how many 'stereotypically' beautiful women and handsome men are with dates who don't quite seem to match their looks. Then, stare at these 'lookers' and you will notice flaws. Their nose might be slightly crooked. Eyebrows are too thick or too thin. Their ears are large even if covered by a nice hairstyle. Perhaps their butt is too large, their waist too scrawny, their breasts too large, too small, or uneven.
The secret, such as it is, simply
equals self-confidence. (Not to be confused with cockiness or
coldness.) Added to a great sense of personal (stress the 'personal')
style. (And, cleanliness.)
Now, I would be remiss if I did not
warn you against 'false advertising'. What do I mean? Well, I
recently cut through the lingerie and undergarment section of a large
department store. There were racks upon racks of these bras whose
cups were hard and would not conform to a lady's bosom. They were
artificially large and 'perfectly contoured'. They might help attract
a guy, but what happens if & when they spend the night together?
He might be in for a bit of a shock or disappointment!
Before any of you go on to the next
article, mumbling under your breath that I must not know what I was
While your 'insides' are what truly (should) matter the most when dating or mating, you need to first attract the other person, so that you get to spend time together. It's not being phony. It's being the best that you can be!
copyright - R. Irving 2012