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Dear Gentlemen, this is a hard post to write because I’ve done it before. It’s sad to say but Mystery from “The Mystery Method” has it right. Bring him and I all the hate you want, but this rule still applies. When you meet someone, there needs to be some comfort as to who you are and what you are to them before you can jump to attraction. Usually, when you meet a girl out on the town, they don’t want to make out with you in the first fifteen minutes. This is of course a touchy subject from the girls removing Gents from the world as well. I’ll explain further.
Women who make out with you in the first four minutes of meeting you are why men usually don’t worry about being a gentleman. Let’s be realistic. Why on earth would we need to be respectful and mindful of your womanhood, when you’ll do something like this with a complete stranger? If a man and a girl were to date after this occurrence; what’s keeping him from thinking she’s not doing that while they are apart?
The comfort stage is simple. Find what you have in common. Don’t have something in common? Move on. I know you sometimes find people attractive and want to pounce like a lion. I often find women attractive, but I don’t see the point in pursuing someone that’s a vegan, doesn’t watch movies in theatres and has a ten o’clock curfew. Sure she might look like Carmen Electra or Paris Hilton, but the conversation will never get past comfort. Disagree?
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