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    Love Can a man sway a woman?

    Sometimes I hear women say that they were not immediately attracted to their man and
    it was his persistance which made the relationship come about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    Sometimes I hear woman say that they were not immediately attracted to their man and
    it was his persistance which made the relationship come about.
    I persistantly pay what is asked, bring a little pressie, am clean, respectfull and find the Ladies here, are attracted everytime!
    Last edited by dannyboy10; 27-01-11 at 11:56. Reason: Being a stud muffin also helps! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    Sometimes I hear women say that they were not immediately attracted to their man and
    it was his persistance which made the relationship come about.
    I think possibly your choice of word in 'sway' may be misleading, although I may be wrong. To sway means to influence somebody to change their mind. Maybe the word you are thinking of is 'Swoon' which is the effect of 'wooing' a lady. So if the question is 'Can a man woo a woman?' ... yes it happens all the time. But it can happen in the way you have described too. Women don’t seem to be attracted to men’s physicality’s as much as a man does to a woman’s, so it may take time to get to know him and find… yes I am attracted to this man. Men tend to jump in head first… we are the weaker sex…lol

    But if the question is can a man sway a woman who has her mind made up?… no fuckin way….lol.

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    As James said, No way you can sway a woman when her minds made up

    When it comes to finding a partner, women are a little more open minded I think.
    Physical attraction may be it to begin with, but I think that its a little primeval too, as in genetics. It not always the good looking man that will provide the best DNA. So I think women look at the bigger picture. Intelligence, hunting skills ability to cook ect....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1dave View Post
    As James said, No way you can sway a woman when her minds made up

    When it comes to finding a partner, women are a little more open minded I think.
    Physical attraction may be it to begin with, but I think that its a little primeval too, as in genetics. It not always the good looking man that will provide the best DNA. So I think women look at the bigger picture. Intelligence, hunting skills ability to cook ect....
    So how are your hunting skills these days Dave...

    That was a 'h' on the word hunting you had intended...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMESCORK View Post
    So how are your hunting skills these days Dave...

    That was a 'h' on the word hunting you had intended...
    Perfect strike rate on both fronts

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    Women are not easily swayed. As for men persisting they were only playing hard to get .: doc
    Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before.
    People who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do .: doc

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMESCORK View Post
    I think possibly your choice of word in 'sway' may be misleading, although I may be wrong. To sway means to influence somebody to change their mind. Maybe the word you are thinking of is 'Swoon' which is the effect of 'wooing' a lady. So if the question is 'Can a man woo a woman?' ... yes it happens all the time. But it can happen in the way you have described too. Women don’t seem to be attracted to men’s physicality’s as much as a man does to a woman’s, so it may take time to get to know him and find… yes I am attracted to this man. Men tend to jump in head first… we are the weaker sex…lol

    But if the question is can a man sway a woman who has her mind made up?… no fuckin way….lol.
    You were reading a dictionary on your lunch break, weren't you..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingman View Post
    You were reading a dictionary on your lunch break, weren't you..........
    Nope just blessed with an education and intelligence....lol

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