As we sat sipping coconut broth mixed with rice, I looked up and noticed three couples enter the restaurant, waiting for the hostess to return from the kitchen to seat them.
I'm a naturally observant person, and I tend to stare at people without really caring if it makes them uncomfortable.
But if you suffer from the fateful flaw, it doesn't matter how good you look, how big you smile or how many shots you can take pregaming in your friend's apartment. I've generally dubbed three men, but am open to the fact that there are possibly more I just haven't met yet. This is someone you've made some kind of connection with upon meeting.Something suddenly dawned on me after a few seconds, something obvious and slightly disturbing.All of the women were beautiful, and all of their husbands were not. I'm not talking about a Donald Trump and Ivana Trump situation.On top of that, if you do mention it, she might assume you’re insecure or uncomfortable with your body. But if you ignore the difference, she’ll think you’re a confident guy who’s secure in himself…and she’ll appreciate that you don’t need her “approval.” Here’s the truth: Taller women have eyes. To a woman, this screams “desperate.” If you feel the need to “prove” yourself to her because of your height, she’ll notice. So here’s a pro tip: Take her to a venue where the height difference is barely noticeable. If you’re standing next to each other and staring at a stage, she’ll be too distracted by the music to notice your height. When I was dating this shorter guy, there really WAS something different about him…
If there’s a height difference, she’ll eventually notice… That way, there won’t even be an opportunity to talk about it! It was like he could read my mind from the moment we met — like he (maybe that’s why I slept with him on our first date)…Almost every woman I know has experienced her share of insecure men.