Oct 21, 2016 – Top 7 Attractive Qualities Women Want In Men
Have you ever asked yourself what your girlfriends see in you and why there are so many of them at the same time? You guess it’s the bulge in your trousers?
Don’t forget the next guy’s trousers also have a bulge. Why don’t you consider these qualities? They are some of the reasons why some men have girls buzzing around them and why others have to toil and sweat before they get a kiss a year.
Every woman, I can assure you, likes a romantic man. She wants a man who’ll wake her with a good morning kiss and a dozen beautiful roses. She loves a man who’ll phone her in the middle of a hectic day at work just to say ‘I love you’. She loves cards and treats, the whole works.
Show me a woman who won’t love a man with Eddie Murphy or Bill Cosby sense of humour. Every woman wants a man who can make her laugh and she can share her fun and happiness with. Who wants a dull soul who takes life too seriously?
It is terrible when your man cannot discuss any topic outside his profession. He’s simply a dullard. Give a woman a man who is versatile, one who knows a bit of everything, and she won’t be shamed before her friends.
A GOOD PROVIDER
Most women, no matter the level of their education, prefer men who can meet more than 50 per cent of their needs. They want men who have a sense of responsibility and live up to their calling as husbands and fathers. No woman wants a man who always comes up with one tale or the other each time you ask for money.
HANDSOME AND SEXY
Lurking at the back of every woman’s mind is the image of her Prince Charming-tall, dark, muscular, strong teeth, handsome face, beautiful smile, everything she wants. A man whose smile can melt her heart and light up her life.
If she’s a nurse, she wants a man who’ll support her career and understand her hours. No woman wants a man who’ll turn out to be the cog in the wheel of her progress. Maybe your lack of female admirers is because of your attitude to female professionals who are dedicated to what they do. Who wants a man who’ll tell you to choose between him and your career?
Not as in being an orator. He should be a man who can share his feelings without feeling ashamed. He should not be one who bottles up his emotions because with such a man you’ll never know where he’s going or what he’s going to do next.
[By Funke Egbemode, firstname.lastname@example.org]