Lonnie Hicks

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What Women Need To Know About Men


He is as simple as he seems, sex, food and sports.

If he is choosing work over sex, give more sex.

If he is still choosing work over sex, find out who she is.

Men want to be in high-school shape but love beer more.

He is not trying to please you, he is trying to please him.

If he goes to sleep, nature made things that way-stop complaining.

If you go to sleep, you are fantacizing about some other man.

For you sex is closeness and love, for him it is release.

A truly romantic man is under 25.

A truly romantic woman is 16 and 45

If you don't like men soon you will not like him

Don't make love, be love

You want tender and dangerous, he wants madonna and the other thing, both don't really work.

If you marry him and divorce him, in the marriage, for the kids, there will be trouble

In the list of priorities, friends, family, kids, pets, work, your looks, if he is number seven there will be trouble.

The way to a man's heart in not through his stomach-lower.

A sense of male-humor is sexy to a man

Flirt, kiss slow and run fast; and be sure to get caught.

If you wonder 'why can't a man be more like a woman' there will be trouble.

If you wonder why a man be more like a man there will be trouble

If you like a man being his kind of man, you are lucky- and there will be no trouble.

Submitted: Tuesday, November 09, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, February 08, 2011

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