What makes a man love his woman more
Women might think they are most desirable when they are all dolled up and looking elegant, but men beg to differ
It’s at 6 o’clock on a weekday, when you’re just back from the gym in an old gray tank top and a sports bra, devoid of makeup and perfume-when you are nothing but raw, that men might like, according to Fox News.
When she cross-dresses. The sight of you gliding by in one of his shirts or boxers bring men crazy-wild happiness.
Maybe it’s some primal, chimp-like possessiveness, as in: She’s mine.
Men like their partners awkward high school photos.
“Oh my God! Don’t look at that!” you say, snatching the snapshot from his hand, but here’s what you don’t know: No matter how frizzy the hair, no matter how gangly the limbs or how beglittered with braces the smile, men are fairly certain you wouldn’t have talked to them back in high school anyway.
Men dig those candlelit dinners and all the impressive kitchen acrobatics.
Nothing freaks men out more than when you start naming your future children. But when we see your warmth and ease around kids, when we notice your unspoken uplift in their presence, it’s hard not to smile and think, “Maybe.”
Sure, men scoff mightily at all the high-tech moisturizers, your microdermabrasion cleansers and inscrutable creams in public. But alone in the bathroom, the Barbasol-and-Ivory men make full sneaky use of your mystical chemistry set.
The woman’s patience with her partner’s family is always appreciated.
A passion for great food suggests a freewheeling and insatiable appetite for all of life’s sensual pleasures.
When the woman shows they don’t need their partner to fix things at home, it’s much more gratifying for men.