We can all agree that there is more to what makes the opposite sex tick than pearly whites and washboard abs. More often than not, it’s the simplest, littlest things that they really appreciate. Not all women openly talk about it, but there are certain things they secretly love about men. Here are some of them:
Chivalry might be dead, but that doesn’t mean you can’t at least be polite. Exhibiting good manners can be as simple as opening doors for her and offering your seat to the elderly and handicapped.
A little car know-how
You never know when you can put a bit of automotive knowledge—like changing a flat tire or jump-starting the battery—to good use, but if you’re able to do so while you’re on a date, then plus pogi points for you.
A short, thoughtful message could go a long way. Texting her “How was your day?” or “Have you eaten?” holds the same weight as a well-thought-out compliment.
You don’t have to look like any of the Hollywood Chrises to make the ladies swoon. Stay presentable and avoid embarrassing moments by cutting your fingernails, wearing a deodorant, knowing when a stubble makes you sexy, and when it’s time to shave.
A playful sense of humor
You know you’re doing something right when you’re able to make her laugh. Girls find amusement in different things, but you can’t go wrong with a quick wit and clever banter for an icebreaker.
Apparently, a guy’s look of concentration while doing something of interest turns women on. You’re most attractive when you’re in the zone tinkering with tools or talking excitedly about things you love.
Knowing your way around the kitchen
They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach; this also applies to women. Cooking doesn’t have to be difficult; dishes like adobo and sinigang are both delicious yet easy to cook.
One versatile ingredient for beginners in the kitchen is vermicelli noodles, which can be used in basic recipes without the hassle of long preparation. Try cooking healthy and tasty dishes such as Fried Vermicelli with Shrimp and Tinapa Laing and Chicken Bola Bola with Sotanghon Soup using Long Kow Vermicelli noodles from Sapporo.
To see more recipes, visit Sapporo’s official website and follow it on Facebook.