We don’t care what you look like when you wake up.
I have heard of some women who either won’t let men stay over until a certain amount of time has passed in the dating process, or that will go to bed with makeup on—because they don’t want him to see how they look when they wake up in the morning. The truth is, we don’t really care. I don’t mean this in an apathetic way, I mean it in a “If we are waking up next to you, we think you are beautiful no matter what” way.
We don’t care what you order for dinner.
Hopefully the stigma is not still around that women should eat like rabbits, especially while on a date. If you want a steak, order a damn steak. Don’t change what you eat when you are around us because of some nonexistent reason. Indulge!
We don’t care if you swear around us.
I have mentioned in other articles about how it’s not ‘ladylike’ to swear, and it’s not ‘gentlemanly’ either. But let’s be honest—we are all mature adults here and can handle the language. Needless to say, when we are in public or around family it’s best to keep the reins pulled in a little bit, but no guy is going to complain about a few F-bombs dropped here and there. It’s natural.
We don’t care if you are not perfect.
Nobody is perfect. Nobody. The word itself is essentially meaningless anyway because with 7 billion people in the world, no two will have the same image of perfection in their mind. So, stop worrying that you don’t look like the airbrushed model in the Victoria’s Secret advertisement. Stop worrying that you think your hair is too short to be sexy. Stop worrying about those couple of extra pounds. Stop worrying about your awkward birthmark. Stop worrying that you don’t have a stupid thigh gap.
We don’t care—because when you love someone for who they truly are, everything about them becomes beautiful.
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