Gentlemen, do you have a crush on a young lady but you don’t know how to catch her attention? Do you ever wonder how you can sneak into her heart? With Valentine’s Day coming up on Monday, ladies at Campion Academy, who will remain anonymous, shared the best ways you can show you care.
1. Communicate to Connect
“I like it when a guy communicates.” Call her, text her, and even surprise her by a random facetime call. Be the leader in the relationship. Make time to talk with her in-person amidst the busyness of life. Starting a conversation shouldn’t be complicated, ask her about her day, or about her interests, and if you have the guts, compliment her on something she did. Those few minutes may create something that may last an eternity.
2. Stay classy
“I like it when a guy presents himself well.” Physical appearance is one of the first things that a girl notices. Don’t worry, it’s not really about having the most handsome face or perfect body, but looking like you care for yourself. Comb your hair, keep your face clean and groomed, and wear clothes that compliment your style.
3. Make simple connections
Unplanned visits to where she works or surprising a girl with her favorite drink and snack makes her feel special. “I like it when a guy compliments me”. Flatter her with a superb thesaurus word to make her heart skip a beat. Or ask her an ordinary question like, “How was your day?” Send her a video or meme that reminds you of her. Mention that you notice little differences about her or remember things she says.
4. Take notes from Reeder
In movies bad boys get the glory, but girls love it when a guy takes the initiative of stepping up as a gentleman. “I like it when a guy opens the door for me”. Being a gentleman doesn’t mean you have to be extravagant, but rather willing to go the extra mile to do simple acts of kindness.
5. Be affectionate
There's no hope at a boarding school, but if you are fortunate enough, embrace her with a gentle hug in her toughest moments (just keep it to three seconds!). Sometimes just sitting there and being present brings more comfort than words.
6. Keep it real and simple
Be yourself around her. Make her feel safe so that she can be goofy and herself. Be friends with her friends or just get along with them. Don’t hold onto her too tight, and let her breath on her own once in a while.
Love Pickle, Student News Team