It’s about standing up straight with a starched collar framing your neck, a perfectly tailored suit, and elegant butter-soft shoes.
A tie is four decisions — pattern, width, length, and knot, and as such it gives you four additional opportunities to make elegant statements about your appearance.
An open collar is an admission of failure, a slovenly collapse into apathetic barbarism that tells everyone who sees you that in matters of women, career, life, and fashion itself there is a point at which you will simply quit — that instead of caring you will try to convince the civilized world that your half-naked mess is probably fine.
Now go. Go put on a tie.”
”—Subduction, in response to “What is the point of wearing a tie?”
"We all have to deal with this with our female spouses. Sorry dude, I can totally relate.
My wife wanted 2 cats, I wanted 0 cats. In the end, we got 2 cats, and she was pissed off at me because “she had to compromise”.
Another time we were repainting the house. I told her to pick whatever colors she wanted because as a man, I can’t be trusted to make proper decisions. We spent months painting, and when it was all done, I got shit because according to her “I (my wife) never wanted these colors, right from the start I never wanted them.” At no point in the 2 months of painting did she stop me and say that she wanted different colors.
When were shopping private sales for her car, I accompanied her only to check mechanical aspects and other stuff guys are typically better at. She knew she could have any car she wanted. The very first car we tested I said only "Well, it’s mechanically sound and you look very sexy in it." We bought it. 4 years later I’m still hearing about how I "pushed her into buying a car she never wanted." "
f you’re talking to a cashier and she tells you for any reason when she gets off work, she wants you to come back.
If a girl gives you her number, on some level she is interested. Meaning she gives it to you without you prompting her first, though often if she gives it to you after you ask her it still means she’s interested*
If a girl repeatedly mentions how she wishes she had a nice guy to date, she is interested.
If a girl asks about your relationship status out of the blue, she is interested.
If a girl you don’t know approaches you and asks for the time, but then lingers in your vicinity, she wants you to come back up and approach her because she is interested.
If a girl who is not a best friend type suggests watching a movie when you two are hanging out alone, she wants something to happen. She is interested.
If a girl says she “needs to talk to you”, but then it ends up being something really stupid like “I don’t know what colour to dye my hair”, then she probably chickened out of telling you she likes you.
Physical touching while a girl is having a conversation with you usually means she is interested.
Any time a girl seems to giggle WAY more than she should during a conversation, it means she is interested.
If a girl you’re not very close friends with mentions the fact she broke up with her ex and is looking for someone new, by God make a move! She is interested. This could mean it’s just a rebound relationship, but nonetheless she’s interested
A girl almost never talks about wanting a one night stand to a guy unless she wants to with him. (This is more on the topic of sex than dating, but I thought I’d include it anyway)
This one blows my mind that some guys miss! If a girl asks to sit next to you somewhere where there are other viable empty places/tables to sit at, she’s interested!
If a girl starts talking about “how well you two get along”, she is interested in you.
If a non-best friend girl is with her friends and ditches them to hang out with you, she is interested in you.
If a girl tells you she’s lonely at home (by means of text, E-Mail, FaceBook, phone, etc. etc.), she wants you to come over! She most likely is interested in you!
If a girl says she’s really cold in an obviously warm environment, she probably wants you to warm her up (either through a hug or occasionally offering your jacket chivalrously). She’s interested in you.
If a girl starts complaining about how all the guys just want her for sex, and that she wishes she had a sweet guy, she’s interested in you. However, I can’t guarantee she’d really be the type most guys would want to date. At the same time, this can be one of the few less obvious hints, where she is testing how you react and judging your answer to see if you’re someone she’s interested in.
If a girl says she’s “new in town” and wants someone to show her around, nine times out of ten it’s because she’s trying to find an excuse to be around you one on one.
If a girl seems to be smiling with you way more than she does when she talks to other people, she’s interested in you.
I know it’s cliche, but a lot of girls still twirl their hair when flirting. Girls usually stop doing this by the time they’re 21.
A girl who keeps beating herself up on her looks, not only is she fishing for a compliment, she’s fishing for YOUR compliment. Though this usually means she’s interested in you, she could just be looking for attention. If she does it often to multiple people, it’s probably the latter.
In most contexts, if a girl asks you how her outfit looks, she wants you to check her out. She is interested in you.
If a girl talks about how long she spent getting ready and then asks your opinion on how she looks, she did it to impress you. (If she does this when you and her had specifically made plans to hang out, it’s even more explicit. Exceptions to this rule are weddings, parties, etc. etc.)
Girls like confidence. If you think a girl is interested in you, go for it! The worst that happens is a no. If she has a worse reaction, she’s someone you wouldn’t want to be around anyway.
If a girl is constantly leaving you to talk very briefly to her other female friends, then runs back to you to talk more. She is interested in you and is filling them in on all the details. This is especially true if it’s accompanied by a lot of smiling.