Wednesday, January 09, 2008
Posted by: andrew william Post(s) by this bloggerThe female species have perfected the art of the game. What gives? I could not understand this game from Adam. The first time I went out on a double date years ago, both the girls decided to pair themselves and to do their own bit of thing making my friend and me look like a chaperone that ended up paying their bills. A lesson to be learned; donít double date best friends.
I have grown through the years to understand this game a fair bit and have adapted well to the predictable change of personality in them. Sometimes itís fun, sometimes funny, sometime downright irritating.
In my earlier days I get put off by this and may not want to play the game, but in the course of time I began to understand that this is an inevitable game girls play.
Some say the reason to this is that they want to know if the guy is really serious enough about them, since they have much more to loose than the male species. Some do it because they donít want to seem as if they are so easy to get, thus raise their demand level. Others just do it out of sheer enjoyment of wanting to spite you.
Are they giving you a hard time?
The bottom line is, who really gets the better end of the deal? I have met a couple of female friends who are married and regret that their husbands no longer shower them with the attention they used to. The guys worked really hard to get them and once having gotten them they are now passive about the relationship. They (the women) regret that itís that ď I have conquered mentalityĒ and no longer interested in feeding the relationship. Thatís sadÖ I believe relationship is an ongoing process of the male gender pampering his mate with love and attention forever.
So why the game of playing hard to get? Why not pray hard to get the right one?