WHAT A WOMAN WANTS:
I got this from C, the "anonymous" lady who's been sending in some great stuff lately on what a woman wants in a man. She sent me some more today that I thought you guys simply HAD to see.
A friend asked me the other day if it was cool for a guy to partake in “designer drinks,” like cosmopolitans... Initially, I thought of course, I serve them up to my male friends all the time. It’s actually quite sexy to see a man who is so confident in his sexuality. One caveat however, please do not go to a bar alone and order a Cosmo or anything with a parasol for that matter. If you must have a pink drink at least order it in a rocks glass!
As feminine as I am, I rather prefer my cocktail in a strong, solid glass- there’s something about holding on to a spindly, delicate stem that just doesn’t do it for me.
Women can sit at a bar alone, order a bottled beer, and seductively drink it with no retribution. Sorry guys, such is life!
If you ask a gal what a woman wants, their answers will be pretty “predictable”. You all know the discourse so I don’t have to reiterate it here. It sounds something like what the contestants at a Ms. America Contest recite, “peace on earth.” The truth of the matter is not all women want the same thing; there are many women like myself that aren’t afraid to want it “all.”
Last time I wrote here I was telling a story about an interlude I had with an old friend…
David didn’t waste anytime getting my attention, as I said the sexual tension was intense.
After a few days, the innocuous emails gathered some momentum and went from mild flirting, to hot and steamy. As we were on different coasts, I didn’t take it all too seriously and just kind of went with the flow.
David started to email me and call me a number of times a day. When I asked that he, cool down on the quantity and quality of the emails, and calls, his tone totally changed.
A number of his messages started off with, “because I am a really nice guy”….
David thought that I wanted him to dote on me- but what was really going on was he had lost his sense of self. All of that sexual tension disappeared into cyberspace and I was left with a cute puppy dog.
As he lost all of his confidence, my interest started to wane. He did briefly arouse me in a voice mail he left me after indulging in a few martinis. He was forceful, and told me “I had better wait it out, and how it’s been all about me and that was going to change! “
Unfortunately, the next day he apologized- even after I told him that his voicemail stirred things up a bit. What initially attracted me to David was that he was intelligent, honorable, witty, sexy, flirtatious, and unpredictable. He initiated the seduction dance by being coy, daring, and, deliberate. The element of surprise, which had caught my attention had vanished, and frankly so did I.
I am certainly not immune to all the attention I was getting from him; I love flowers, flattery, romance…
And oh yea, I truly do want peace on earth- I just want to share it with a man who is comfortable with his masculinity… spontaneous, sexy, seductive, intriguing, adoring, amorous, distracting, hilarious, coquettish, and unpredictable.