5 Secrets Men Keep From Their Girlfriends


We still watch pòrn.

Not often, but we do. And we want this to be cool with you. In fact, we'd be pretty happy to watch pòrn with you. (But we'll probably wait for you to bring that one up.)

We occasionally check out other women.

Oh come on—don't act surprised. I'm sure you don't have blinders on. Even married women drool at the site of David Beckham's tattooed torso. Can we all just accept the fact that there's still something in our brains that lights up when we see a healthy specimen of the opposite sèx? It's innate, totally out of our hands, and more importantly, it doesn't matter. Our attention span for another woman's plunging neckline or short skirt is as short as Beckham's briefs. We're still far more interested in you.

We're happy when you bring up the important topics.

We may seem to clam up when you bring up kids, marriage, or little dogs that fit in purses. But the truth is, we respect it when you initiate a big conversation. Talk is important, and we know it, but we find it all too easy to procrastinate on the milestone discussions. So when you bring it up—especially if you do it casually, and with a genuine interest about how we feel—you reassure us that you're the right girl for us. And as long as we're being honest here, that purse-dog will always make us uncomfortable
 
We like compliments.

Proper men know that when a woman looks great, he tells her. When she just blew his mind in bed, he says so. And even though we don't let on, we love to get those compliments, too. From the woman we love, a little reassurance every so often is clutch. And the more outrageous and unbelievable, the better. Something like, "You're the most handsome man on the planet" or "Your penis is so perfect, it should be preserved in bronze for future anthropologists to study" will always make us smile.

We were nervous the first time we had sex with you.

Sure, we were playing it cool. But deep down, we were telling ourselves, "This girl is awesome—don't climax too early, don't wait too long, don't make any weird noises, don't make that dumb O face.
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