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Simple ways to attract women

12 Nov

”There is no goodbye with love” – Babble

You might think, Oh Babble, what on earth are you getting all ‘cheesy’ for… I’m not, BUT, I thought I’d help you guys out…

So, one of my friends said, ‘but, she’s so out of my league’. She’s not. You just aren’t approaching the situation correctly.

How you approach a woman will be the first thing that will determine if she will feel attracted to you. Also, the degree of attractiveness of a woman completely dictates what your approach should be. A woman who rates as a 9 or 10 will need a completely different approach than a 5, 6, 7, or even an 8. This is because good looking women receive compliments on their looks all the time as compared to women less good looking so, you need to UP YOUR GAME. Be different. Be unique. Don’t come up with something like, ‘I just want to tell you how beautiful you are’…most girls that rate 9 or 10 KNOW they are beautiful, they don’t need you telling them.

Women like confident men. They don’t want someone that will hide behind them in times of trouble. Stand up for yourself. Be a man. Ask her for dinner, don’t potter about asking for ‘facebook account names, twitter usernames, BB pins etc.’

And, if she refuses dinner, go that next step, just go right to her door and ask her father for her hand in marriage. You laugh but…sometimes it’s the only option.

 

My Parent is an Idiot

12 Nov


Who are these idiots? Some people should just not be allowed to have children…………..

This next one is funny tho…

you can find more of these pics over at this great site

A Tiny Bit Marvellous

12 Nov

So, I’ve just started reading this

so far, it is absolutely hilarious..

Here’s the review from amazon

Everyone hates the perfect family. So you’ll love the Battles. Mo is about to hit the big 50, and some uncomfortable truths are becoming quite apparent: She doesn’t understand either of her teenage kids, which as a child psychologist, is fairly embarrassing.

A TINY BIT MARVELLOUS is the story of a modern family all living in their own separate bubbles lurching towards meltdown. It is for anyone who has ever shared a home with that weird group of strangers we call relations. Oh and there’s a dog. Called Poo.

You can buy this for about 9 pounds stirling (hardback) or 12 pounds stirling for your kindle!

For anyone that doesn’t know the author…she is quite simply, as Barney would say, ‘Leg…wait for it…end….ary!’

She is also an actress and plays the Vicar in the Vicar of Dibley which is a very funny, UK TV Series..

Al Mayas Restaurant Review

9 Nov

Wow! Where on earth do I start?! It’s delicious.
Food 10/10
We ordered the usual, taboula, fattouche, homous, lamb chops, kebab and potato with kuzbar! It was delicious! Lamb chops were cooked to perfection! Location 10/10 -except during rush-hour! We went at 4. It was quiet, not many around. It was nice. It’s located right off Al-Bida Roundabout, down on the beach behind Sheik!
Staff very friendly. Smartly dressed.
Option to sit inside or out!
Great place to go with family as kids can play on beach and within eyeshot!
Al Mayas gets 10/10 from me!
I’m definitely going back there soon!
Total for everything was 18kd and that was drinks included. Reasonable enough!
Sorry, I don’t have pics! Sun was setting and my BB doesn’t have a flash! X

What I want/ed in a man

7 Nov



Before Marriage (My perfect husband to be would be the following)

Original List:

SO, obviously, I wanted a handsome, charming, cute husband. It was important to me that he was a caring listener.
Had to be Witty/Funny (that was a must). Atheltic, in good shape, ripped abs and spent his days at the gym.
He had to dresses with style (not as much as me, but style). Important that he appreciate finer things in life.
I wanted a husband that was full of thoughtful surprises!

What I Want in a Man, Revised List (age 30)

1. Nice looking
2. Opens car doors
3 Has enough money for a nice dinner
4. Listens more than talks
5. Laughs at my jokes
6. Carries bags of groceries with ease
7. Owns at least one tie
8. Appreciates a good home-cooked meal
9. Remembers birthdays and anniversaries
10. Seeks romance at least once a week

What I Want in a Man, Revised List (age 50)
1. Doesn’t drive off until I’m in the car
2. Works steady – splurges on dinner out occasionally
3. Nods head when I’m talking
4. Is in good enough shape to rearrange the furniture
5. Wears a shirt that covers his stomach
6. Remembers to put the toilet seat down
7. Shaves most weekends

What I Want in a Man, Revised List (age 70)

1. Doesn’t scare small children
2. Remembers where bathroom is
3. Doesn’t require much money for upkeep
4 Only snores lightly when asleep
5. Remembers why he’s laughing
6. Is in good enough shape to stand up by himself
7. Usually wears some clothes
8. Likes soft foods
9. Remembers where he left his teeth
10. Remembers that it’s the weekend

What I Want in a Man, Revised List (age 80)

1. Breathing
2. Doesn’t miss the toilet.

Mr Right Rejection Form

7 Nov
Dear (____rejectee’s name here____ ),

I regret to inform you that you have been eliminated from further contention as my Mr. Right.

As you are probably aware, the competition was exceedingly tough and dozens of well-qualified candidates such as yourself also failed to make the final cut. I will, however, keep your name on file should an opening become available. So that you may find better success in your future romantic endeavors, please allow me to offer the following reason(s) you were disqualified from the competition:

[Check all those that apply]

___ Your breasts are bigger than mine.

___ Your desire to have 8 children is just not going to happen.

___ The fact that our finest dining experience to date has been at McDonald’s reveals a thriftiness that I find unappealing.

___ Your inadvertent admission that you “buy condoms by the truckload” indicates that you may be interested in me for something other than my personality.

___ You failed the 20 Question Rule, i.e., I asked you 20 questions about yourself before you asked me one.

___ Your legs are skinnier than mine. If you can FIT into my pants, then you can’t GET into my pants.

___ Your “Putting on a few, aren’t you babe?” comment, given the 9-months pregnant size of Your Own  gut, was inappropriate.

___ You failed the credit check.

___ I find your inability to fix my car extraordinarily unappealing.

___ The phrase “My Mother” has popped up far too often in conversation.

___ Attending night classes to get your High School diploma, are slight negatives.

___ You call me 7abebty far too much, is that because you can’t remember my own name?

 

Bye Bye Pen and Paper

6 Nov

What happened to pen and paper? Internet has taken over.

I miss pen and paper.

It’s sad to think, my daughter won’t have a diary. I had a diary since the age of 8. It was Winnie The Pooh and it had a lock on it. I kept it under my mattress and funnily enough, my mother never ever ‘sneaked’ to read it. Every night, I wrote down what I had done that day…what I had achieved, what I had found difficult… my daughter’s diary will be right here, this…a blog… I’m sure of it and I suppose, that’s ok.

Hell, my diary has become my blog to a certain extent. Years ago, when I first started off, in my late teens, my blogs were horrific…tears….tantrums…crushes…breakdowns…heartache…all rolled into one. I don’t know how my readers stayed with me for so many years. I hit 150,000 views in a year and stopped. It was a good blog. And, no, before you ask, not a chance am I telling you what it was called.

We all need to just ‘vent’ sometimes. This week, a friend ‘passed away’, well, it was suicide. Scary thing is, I’ve just got more details and apparently he didn’t trust anyone and thought that the majority of people that surrounded him were infact, ‘spies’….lordy lord, im not joking. Sad, tragic, infact…

I will encourage my teenage daughter to blog, venting is good, expressing oneself is always good. Blocking everything up inside is bad…really bad.

So, all mums out there, let your daughters blog… and to all ladies out there, say what you want, say how you feel, remember, it’s just a screen, no-one actually knows who you are 🙂

And to all those other mums with young daughter, get your daughter a diary and a pen!