Do You Drive Guys Crazy-Good Or Crazy-Bad?

Do get his motor revving or wanting to drive outta town – forever?!

There’s a fine line between an MO that turns a guy on and behaviour that turns him waaayyy off! Are you walking it?

* Method of operation

Crazy-Good Guaranteed to put a smile on his dial.

Having strange obsessions: Whether you’re way into ’60s vintage fabric or obscure Italian horror films, having strange obsessions shows you have a unique and curious mind. Tick!

Being really spontaneous: People who are really spontaneous live with little fear. They don’t need to control every situation – they trust things will work out for the best if you throw plans to the wind – and they usually do! It’s an extremely attractive quality in someone, as you never know what exciting thing will happen next.

Having strong points of views: Whether it’s spiritual, political or you just definitely know Taylor Swift songs you love and hate, having confidence and clarity in your opinion is the stuff of greatness. What you don’t want to do is force your views on others, or judge them for not sharing them (that’s crazy-bad!)

Being hard to pin down: Not being 100% accessible is a good thing, especially in our day ‘n’ age of 24/7 social surveillance. Don’t feel you have to answer every text or pick up every call. Remember, we all want what we can’t have.

Teasing him: Playful, light-hearted teasing shows you’re not afraid to take him off his pedestal and have a laugh with him! Never tease someone about any real issues they might have – think of it as flirting with an edge.

Crazy-Bad: These are things that turn you from a hottie to a nottie, fast!

Bitchin’ it up: Dissing on others ultimately shows you’re not happy with yourself. Live and let live is a powerful mantra. Instead of judging someone, try and see their point of view and why they’ve come to have a different one to you – far more interesting than just being mean about them!

Always being late: Being hard to pin down is cool – always being late is fool. This behaviour shows you have little respect for others. It’s incredibly frustrating and is ultimately just selfish. Definitely a MO to reconsider!

Being self-obsessed: Watch your conversations – are they always about you and your life? Do you remember what others are doing and spend time talking about that? It’s great to be on your own team, but there’s more to life than just, uh, you!

Talking too much about your ex or his: We know you’re superkeen to find out why they broke up. And we know you want to share info with him about your ex-boy cuz he was a big part of your life. Be patient! Eventually you will have these convos, but guys aren’t as used to this as girls.

Being a doormat: It’s nice to be easy-going and drama-free, it’s not when you’re simply afraid of rocking the boat by disagreeing with him. Speak your mind and always stick to your guns.

Shhhh! Secret Ways To Get On His Radar (And Stay There)!

  1. Send him a text late at night. It makes you seem like a cool and mysterious creature of the night, and that way he’ll go to bed thinking of you…
  2. Don’t date him, friend him. Even if you’re totally nuts about him, only invite him on group-hangs and super-casual stuff. Treat him like a bud, then let him come to you…

Copyright Georgia Clark 2010


 

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About Georgia

I'm a young adult novelist with a weakness for hot nerds and cheese platters, not necessarily in that order. I am currently working on my third novel. I'm pretty excited about having just turned 30 because it means I can justify spending a lot of time thinking about homewares.
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