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May 25th, 2012
For some reason girls love bad boys

One of the reasons women aren't attracted to nice guys is because "niceness" can come across as "weakness."  Obviously, that doesn't mean you should flat out be MEAN to women, but here are six bad-boy moves that most women love.

#1.)  Disagree with Her.  She'll think you're a pushover if you just smile and agree with whatever she says.  You don't have to CHALLENGE her on anything.  Just say what you're thinking, and forget about what she WANTS you to say.

#2.)  Tease Her a Little Bit.  It's okay to be sarcastic and even make fun of her, as long as it's playful and you don't go overboard with it.  If you're casual about it and also make fun of YOURSELF, it'll make you look confident.  

#3.)  Don't Plan Elaborate Dates.  At least not until you've been dating for a while.  Your first two or three dates should be simple, like coffee or a movie.

--For example, if you've only been out a few times, don't spend $200 on concert tickets for some band she talked about once.

--Nice guys tend to plan huge, complicated dates that are way too expensive.  And it makes them look like they're trying too hard.

#4.)  Don't Spend Too Much Time with Her.  According to the author of a book called "No More Mr. Nice Guy", you shouldn't see her more than once a week when you first start dating.  If you're always

#5.)  Talk About Yourself.  Nice guys ask way too many questions.  Obviously you should ask SOME questions, but make sure you drop in a few details about your OWN life too.  If you don't, she might think you have low self-esteem . . . or you're just boring.

#6.)  Don't Give Her Too Many Compliments.  Once you've been together a while, you can't really go overboard on them.  But if you just started dating and you constantly tell her how great she is, pretty soon she'll start thinking it's an act.




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