“We were kids without fathers…so we found our fathers on wax and on the streets and in history, and in a way, that was a gift. We got to pick and choose the ancestors who would inspire the world we were going to make for ourselves…Our fathers were gone, usually because they just bounced, but we took their old records and used them to build something fresh.”—Jay-Z
“Men are dumb as shit, but it’ll never affect the fact that you are a swagship of awesome with a crew of sexy. And if they can’t see that, they’re blind and probably have scurvy.”—the girl who always knows what to say.
1. If a girl is dancing with another guy do not attempt to steal her. It is a dog eat dog world in the club and at the moment that guy has fought and claimed his territory. Show some respect. The only time it is allowed to break this rule is if you are clubbing with a girl that is a friend and she shoots you the “help save me” look/sign. Then you must move in and steal as quickly and physically possible.
2. Actually ASK her to dance. Do NOT simply surprise attack her by running up behind her, grabbing her behind the waist, and start grinding. No, no, no. This is not acceptable ever and she will not like it. If you want to dance with her politely ask or even just holding your hand out is a proper invitation. If she says no do not continue to ask the rest of the night. She will say no every time or if she says yes it’s either out of pity or annoyance.
2. Do not scream vulgar comments in her ear while dancing. This one is pretty much common sense; Music is extremely loud in a club for a reason. It’s fine to whisper sweet nothings in her ear such as she’s beautiful or ask her name but please exclude comments such as “You’re so fucking hot”, “Oh my god you’re getting me hard., “I wish I could do you right now”. Just don’t do it.
3.Watch your hand placement. This is a tricky one that varies from girl to girl but there are some general rules you can follow. Avoid her crotch. Again, pretty common sense. Just don’t do it, don’t grab it, don’t touch it, don’t even have your hands by it. Resting your hands on her thighs if you are grinding is acceptable but try to keep it lower more towards her knees. If you’re not sure about it, DON’T DO IT. Holding her waist or her hand is always a safe zone. Stay away from her ass and if she moves your hands once do not make her move them again. Final rule, do not force her hands on you. If she wants to “feel how huge your dick is” she’ll do it herself.
4. Don’t over do it. If she says yes then great, don’t make her regret it. Dance with her for one song and then feel out the situation. Club remixes of songs are generally pretty long and she may be tired and want a break or she may just want to dance with other people. If she continues to dance on you then great keep going, after two dances the polite thing to do is offer her a drink. After the first dance though if she seems uninterested or tired thank her for the dance and politely leave. If she wants to dance with you more she will.
5.Don’t take advantage. If you see some poor Barbie doll of a girl is wasted out of her mind don’t see it as an opportunity to finally have a highly attractive female grinding on your dick. Kindly ask her to dance but instead get her to sit down, grab her some water from the bar and keep the other vulture men away until you can find her friends and make sure she gets to safety. If you ever see any of those girls again when you go out they will remember what you did and appreciate it.
Love Language Scores: 8 Words of Affirmation 11 Quality Time 1 Receiving Gifts 4 Acts of Service 6 Physical Touch
Interpreting and Using Your Profile Score: The highest score indicates your primary love language (the highest score is 12). It’s not uncommon to have two high scores, although one language does have a slight edge for most people. That just means two languages are important to you. The lower scores indicate those languages you seldom use to communicate love and which probably don’t affect you very much on an emotional level.
In Quality Time, nothing says “I love you” like full, undivided attention. Being there for this type of person is critical, but really being there—with the TV off, fork and knife down, and all chores and tasks on standby—makes you feel truly special and loved. Distractions, postponed activities, or the failure to listen can be especially hurtful.
According to Dr. Gary Chapman, everybody has a “love language”, a primary way of expressing and interpreting love. He also discovered that, for whatever reason, people are usually drawn to those who speak a different love language than their own.