3 Ways to Turn Her On
Although these rules apply for every facet of life, I’ve chosen the medium of a dinner to illustrate. Why? Because you can almost never go wrong with food. Unless she’s allergic to something and you order that, or go for falafel and fool. Women are turned on by the subtle things…the things we tend to take for granted. So whether you’re engaged or married…surprise her, or refresh her memory with a good old-fashioned dinner. Karaz’s Jad illustrates how to make her feel like her man is taking her out for a night of romantic fun.
Be A Decider
No girl likes a guy that’s wishy-washy. Women want men who take control, who are MEN. Make plans. It wont be seen as controlling, but rather see it as sharing your interest.
When you’re at dinner, call the waiter—don’t wait for him to come to you. Don’t order for her (that’s controlling), but suggest appetizers to share.
Have a game plan with what you want to do after dinner, don’t waste half an hour with her thinking about it. Surprise her.
Show Your True Colors
This means exposing your personality. She will appreciate the little secret restaurant that doesn’t look great but has great food… rather than a fancy restaurant. It shows her that you are sharing your world with her. If you’re engaged, she’ll get to know you better. If you’re married, it’ll be another side of you that your wife gets to experience with you. She’ll love it.
It’s more impressive when you focus on you and her as a couple. When you work to create new memories at a place with character. To pick the table where you can talk. To be open to show her all of you—even the weird things. It’s refreshing.
Master Your Manners
Even if you’ve been together a long time…manners are everything. Use them always. Give her the better view, pull out her chair, offer her a bite of your food, and be nice to the waiter (girls notice that!). And always, always get dessert.
If you really want to go above and beyond—cook a meal at home. If you really can’t cook, surprise her with a catered dinner. Or set up a romantic at-home scene and order good food.