1.Does size matter?
Size only matters when it comes to extremes. There is such a thing as too big and a micro-member can be a problem too. But for the most part it’s not your size so much as your technique that really matters.
2.How often do women fake orgasms?
A lot. Most women can’t achieve a genuine orgasm without clitoral stimulation. It’s safe to say that the majority of “orgasms” your woman is having during intercourse are fake. But if everyone’s having fun, does it really matter?
3.Why do women fake orgasms?
Sometimes it’s just an expression of enthusiasm for the good time we’re having and sometimes we just want you to hurry up and finish so we’re helping you along.
4.Why do women always go to the bathroom in groups when they’re out?
I haven’t spent much time in men’s public bathrooms so I don’t know what the conversations are inside them, but women’s bathrooms are always full of chitchat. Our bathroom breaks are more than just answering nature’s call. They’re a time to share some gossip, chat about how we think the date/outing is going, touch up our makeup, adjust our bras…in short, the women’s bathroom is one of the few spaces in the world that’s just for us gals to be gals doing gal things.
5.When it comes to dating, why does it seem like nice guys always finish last with you ladies?
They don’t and you know this because you have many nice friends and nice uncles and niece cousins who are married to or dating nice women. So clearly nice guys do finish first with us, at least at some point. If you’re finding yourself stuck in the “friend zone” on a regular basis you might want to reevaluate your approach. Some guys think letting themselves be used is being “nice” and when you let us use you it sets off our instinctual silent alarms. We sense that you might be a pushover, and no woman wants a pushover. And don’t ever forget that there is a huge difference between “kindness” and genuine kindness.
6.Why can’t you ever decide where you want to eat?
I don’t know. I really don’t. I apologize for my gender on this point, because we know it’s annoying but we can’t help ourselves. My best guess is that being emotional creatures what we’re really doing is gaging our visceral reaction to the places you suggest. We don’t really know how we feel about it until you say it out loud. It doesn’t make sense. It’s just something you need accept.