Guys today know that it’s not enough to compliment a woman — you have to compliment a woman correctly.
“Hey, are we still meeting?”
Even if I’m not sure how I feel about you, if you made me laugh until I snorted, I want to see you again.
If we’re sharing food (or even if we’re not) it’s nice to offer me a taste. But. Oh. Please don’t feed it to me.
I don’t mind walking through a briar patch to get to a picnic.
If my boyfriend is feeling chivalrous, he’ll stoke the hookah for me before I get home from work or set our dinner table. That’s what melts my heart.
They’re traditional, deeply value loyalty, duty, respectability and proper moral conduct. They want to do the ‘right’ thing.
Pride and Prejudice was first published in 1813. Nearly 200 years later, the novel’s romantic lead, Mr.Darcy, still has a powerful effect on women. What accounts for his lasting influence?