Apropos of Nothing

May 22, 2008

10 Things Learned About Women…

Filed under: Fun Stuff — aproposofnothing @ 8:38 pm

…By Dealing With a Two-Year-Old

London Times correspondent Tad Safran is like most guys – he’s spent the majority of his adult life trying to figure out what makes women tick. But when he started spending time with his two-year-old niece, Lou-Lou, he had a revelation. He realized she possessed “the undiluted, unaffected essence – the ‘id’ – of womanhood.” And learned more about dealing with women from her in two months, than he’d gathered from two decades of dating.

The first thing he learned is to ignore them. Safran writes: “If I come into a room and bounce up to Lou-Lou like a clown, trying to amuse and entertain, she blanks me completely. It’s as if I don’t exist. If I walk straight past her, however, I guarantee she will call out my name and want to play with me.” Sound like every pick-up guru’s advice? Apparently it starts early.

The rest of the list runs from Bribe Them (with two-year-olds it’s stuffed animals, with grown women it’s jewelry), to Don’t Tell Them What to Do, to Don’t Argue (you can’t win an argument with a two-year-old girl any more than you can win one with a 32-year-old girl), to Don’t Make Them Cry.

To read the complete list of ten, click here.

via The Bachelor Guy

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