Must-Read: Learn What the Six Sixes Are
It’s a simple concept: In order to be wanted, you have to know what people want. So, taking that to the next level, in order to be wanted by women, you have to know what women want. But it’s tough to keep track exactly of which pop culture pieces of conventional wisdom are currently making their rounds in the women’s magazines and episodes of Oprah. Sometimes they want a guy with money. Other times they want a guy who “will make them laugh,” as if that’s the most important thing in the world. And other times they just want someone who’s going to provide for them and be a good father. Or, you know, just someone with a big penis.
Well, luckily for us all, someone has done and composed themselves a little easy-to-remember list of what women are looking for. It’s called the Six Sixes. AskMen.com has a little article going through exactly what they are and how to use this information to your advantage. There’s not a whole lot of new information here (spoilers: one of the sixes is inches in the below the belt department), but this one intrigued us enough to post it here:
At least six months since last relationship
This is an important one for anyone, male or female. If a woman is looking for a keeper, she’s looking for someone emotionally available, and that means someone who is well over his last relationship and not looking for a quick fix for his broken heart. There’s nothing worse than knowing you are the rebound girl.
So head on over to the link if you’re looking for some more information. The whole article is well worth the read.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.