You’ll be too busy being adored.” ― Greg Behrendt, “I’m about to make a wild, extreme, and severe relationship rule: THE WORD "BUSY" IS A LOAD OF CRAP AND IS MOST OFTEN USED BY ASSHOLES.
The word “busy” is the relationship Weapon of Mass Destruction.
You’re about to sit down, admit defeat and feel slightly crestfallen that your very best ensemble didn’t really attract any new suitors when all of a sudden from across the room you spot him!
He’s tall, his smile blows you away and his suit is tailored to the gawds! To your very pleasant surprise, the conversation is fluid, very fluid actually.
That’s just how we’re wired; we see, we like, we buy.
Well, men shop for women the way women shop for shoes.
You’ve sashayed across the room three different times hoping to catch the eye of at least one eligible bachelor, but alas, you don’t see anyone.
When it comes to scoping out women, men go for the chase.
There’s something about seeing a woman they like, tracking her down and then going in for the kill (i.e. And just like we are with our shoes, if a man is into you, he’ll do what he has to do to ensure that you’ll belong to him.
getting the date, the subsequent good night kiss, and so on). He’ll beg you for your phone number, he’ll harass your friends or bribe your known associates just to get a step closer to being in your space. With all of that said, if you meet an intriguing guy who wasn’t even going to bother to ask you for your number and was just going to leave it up to you in terms of hearing from you again, he really wasn’t that interested (or he has an incredible self-esteem problem—that’s a totally different article).
Now you’re home from this fabulous fundraiser and claiming tonight as some sort of victory. You’re gleefully fiddling with your headscarf, trying to think of clever things to say to this guy once you call him. He’s claiming tonight as a dud, because he didn’t really meet a woman who excited him.
Freaks should remain at the circus, not in your apartment. Have faith.” ― Greg Behrendt, “But what I can do is paint you a picture of what you’ll never see when you’re with a guy who’s really into you: You’ll never see you staring maniacally at your phone, willing it to ring.