This typically smart, pretty girl suddenly didn’t know the answer to one plus one because she wanted to impress a guy. It can’t be denied that some guys like stupid girls. They want one thing, and it doesn’t involve a brain. Men, even the ones with depth, can fall for physical allurements (sorry, guys, but you know it’s true). Most men, though, aren’t like that and want more from the girls they date. So why do girls continue to play dumb, even with guys who aren’t shallow? She’s acting, not letting the guy see her true self because she wants to lull him into a sense of dominance.While they want equal partners, there is a natural disposition in men to want to be dominant, to be the strong leader, and to be the protector. I know many of you are starting to squirm, but hear me out.I’ll go ahead and use the antiquated term: most men, deep down, appreciate a woman who is submissive. The term “submissive” has been completely mangled by both religious extremists and radical feminists.If you have any of your own dating advice, tips, or dilemmas, then feel free to leave a comment below. Gentlemen might say they prefer brains to blondes, but it seems that when faced with a romantic evening of oysters with a woman who might have far-superior brain power, many would rather pass to spend it with someone with far less mental wattage.
Not all, but many men are only comfortable when they can have the last word.
"It was really surprising, the kind of bozo texts a lot of dudes send," Ansari said.
"It seems like a very simple thing to say, ' Hey would you like to do this specific thing at this specific time, you were nice.' But most dudes are writing very weird things, or just saying ' Hey.'" Case in point: the poor guy who was doing fine until he wrote, "I wanted to say hi and sort of 'texty' introduce myself," a phrase Ansari read with the perfect amount of nerve-wracked jitters.
Try watching a funny movie together or going to a local comedy club. It’s amazing how much animosity is created in a relationship when someone decides your need for understanding is less important than their need to be right. “Right”, and if he’s been at it for a long time then… Watch his communication style, and ask yourself some of these questions: “Is he simply hearing or trying to understand? Anyone can start a relationship and have it look healthy for the first few weeks.
He oftentimes tells you to loosen up, or to not take their jokes so seriously. Instead, take time to discover what you both enjoy. It’s the attitude he carries because he’s decided to become the answer to all of life’s problems. See how he interacts with people he’s not in a close-relationship with. Just to clarify, it takes two powerful people to establish a healthy relationship, not to simply create one.