I need a man to keep my feet warm at night (no funny business, mind).21) Last month, I had to call out an emergency plumber who charged me £100 for something I always used to get done for free.
I need a man who knows his way around a ballcock (and to deal with rip-off tradesmen).23) After six months of manoeuvring my Fiat 500 down muddy country lanes it's now difficult to tell what colour it is.
Texting is a lot like the tango: With the right suave moves, you’ll end up with a woman’s legs wrapped around you. So make sure you get her name right Asking a girl out over text is acceptable, if not preferred. She has—when you responded “k” to her three-paragraph text about buying a sandwich this afternoon.
Though now considered a perfectly acceptable way to woo a woman, men’s text transgressions can end a relationship before they make it to the first date. You might not kiss and tell, but your texts are read aloud to, picked apart by, and compared with her nearest friend.
I need a man to make me Lemsip and tell me: 'Don't worry darling, it's just woman-flu.'49) We really are the weaker sex — and the shorter one.
I need a man with the strength to open a jar of cranberry sauce with one hand and the height to reach the top shelf in the kitchen with the other.
Inability to set the pace will make or break your situation.
Now I'm in charge it doesn't drain properly and nothing comes out clean.
“Send me a pic,” and “What ru wearing” sound juvenile and pervy.
That doesn’t mean she’s not willing to get a bit frisky.
If you have feelings to share, pick up the phone or run the risk of sounding pathetic.
And just for good measure, don’t ever start a text with “We need to talk,” “I’ve been meaning to tell you,” or “So I went to the doctor…” Yes, we know the 8-megapixel camera on the i Phone may make her photos to you feel like your own personal Playboy, but overly sexual demands are a quick way to turn her from hot to cold.