The Ten Best Ways for a Woman to Impress a Man
Monday 22 September 2008
You don't really think I'm going to fall for this, do you. What do you take me for. The 10 best ways a woman can impress a man? You mean like reversing into a tight space? Knowing the offside rule? Firing a semi-automatic weapon? I think I value my life a bit too highly.
But there are other men who don't seem to possess the same self-preservation gene. They are quite happy to tell the world what women can do to impress them. The internet is full of such unguardedness. Type "what I look for in a woman" into Google, and you'll see what I mean. Here are 10 findings, every one genuine.
Click on the image to the right to launch our guide to the ten best ways for a woman to impress a man.
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