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My Humble Opinion July 15, 2007
by Jennifer Butler   
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Last edited: Thursday, August 02, 2007
Posted: Sunday, July 15, 2007

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I think all men deserve to know what women really want.

Men are so good to have around. Without them, everyone is lonelier. But it seems some men need lessons in being perfect gentlemen and therewith acquiring their every desire.

My opinion (humble or no) - Stronger. Women want men to be physically stronger, bulkier and larger. It makes women feel pretty. It keeps women asking for help. Damsel in distress stuff is a path toward romance. (Overdoing anything is always a bad idea.)

Polite and moderate. Women want men to demonstrate a moderate interest in their daily activities. If they aren't interested, they must be barking up the wrong family tree.

Always amusing. Never bitter. There's nothing worse than a discontented, bitter man.

Outgoing. Men should take the lead in stuff like outdoor adventures and dates. Men who neglect this area of life are headed toward the grave.

Fixes stuff. A man who doesn't fix the curtain rod is asking for trouble.

Rich. A man who doesn't try to be rich for the sake of his own family is no good. Women should run and hide before they get involved.

Understanding of a woman's every weakness. Women really are weaker. They bleed, get pregnant, and find it more difficult to dress. Men should always be understanding.

No heavy drinking, continual intoxication needs or drugs.

I think this is clear enough.

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Reviewed by Myles Saulibio 7/16/2007
Hi Jennifer,

Very touching and straightforward. I treat my wife of 27 years like a queen because she makes feel like a king.


Reviewed by H Cruz 7/15/2007
Roger that! I can't say what men want in women, they don't seem to talk much about it. :)
Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader) 7/15/2007
Sounds wonderful, I'd like one who at least wants to learn to understand for more then just a day. good try...Lady J
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