2092. Compatibility Axioms #501-510


All that follows below is based on the natures of men and women as they are born. Women have to figure out what’s best for them given the lessons they have learned in life and the relationships they enter.

501. Men flourish with a woman’s respect and gratefulness much more than her love and affection. [175]

502. Both individually and collectively, men are as handsome, charming, gentlemanly, and beneficial as women and ladies treat them. They are as unappealing, aggressive, and dominant as women call them. The self-fulfilling prophecy works both ways. [175]

503. If a woman helps a man build his castle, he primarily judges her effectiveness by how she supports what he does at work and play. He takes her support inside her nest for granted. [185]

504. If he won’t modify his habits in order to please her before they first have sex together, he sure won’t do it afterward. [185]

505. If attracted to a woman he respects or has not conquered, a man’s good side emerges. If his bad side shows up, and she can’t turn it around, he lacks respect for her. All men have both sides. [185]

506. A mature woman can adjust to her man’s sharp tongue much easier than he can cope with hers. [186]

507. When words are enough to conquer, that and little else is what men offer. [186]

508. She loves three little words. Com-mit-ment counts and so does, “What’s for dinner?” [186]

509. Virtual virginity buys time to earn a man’s devotion, which bonds more tightly than commitment. [186]

510. Women sing: ♫ I can do anything he can do better.♫ Men respond: ♫ Just you wait and see. ♫ [189]

 

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5 responses to “2092. Compatibility Axioms #501-510

  1. gonemaverick

    welcome back Sir Guy.

    Your Highness Gonemaverick,
    I love it when pretty women tell me that, especially a ranch-raised beauty who has been a loyal follower for so many years.
    Guy

  2. Even though I’ve been married for 34 years, I’m still learning from this. I’m not sure however how much I love those three little words, “What’s for dinner?” unless I’m ahead of the game and I’ve made something I think he’ll like. Most women I know don’t like those words. I guess we’re just not as prepared as we should be.

    I’ve been looking forward to your posts again. Welcome back. You were missed here. 🙂

    Your Highness Sharonwithmaryandmartha,
    I love it when pretty women tell me that, especially when they like to stay ahead in the cooking game.
    Guy

  3. MLaRowe

    I missed you too! In the meanwhile I’ve been reading the 800’s and 900’s blog postings and getting a lot out of them.

    Your Highness MLaRowe,
    I love it when pretty women tell me that.
    Guy

  4. “A mature woman can adjust to her man’s sharp tongue much easier than he can cope with hers.”

    Excellent thoughts.

  5. MK

    If his bad side shows up and you are able to turn it around by demanding more, does he respect you? or if that bad side showed up at all, is that a sign he doesn’t? Furthermore, would being friendly with a guy in a collegiate setting be considered chasing?

    Your Highness MK,

    Welcome aboard. It’s a great day when another pretty woman joins us on this cruise to WhatWomenNeverHear.

    I presume ‘bad side’ means ill treatment of you. Respectively to your questions, Yes, Could be, and it all depends on your conscience. You’re not responsible for what others think or interpret your behavior. Be true to your heart and most others will come to know and accept you for who you are.

    Guy

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