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Things You Should Never Say To A Woman

Bringing up a woman's weight is a big no no. Women are self-conscious about their bodies and weight. Mention it and she will never forgive you.

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Asking how many men she's been with is also taboo. Perhaps, you can ask how many long-term relationships she had in the past. You can then work the number backwards.

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When it's time to part ways after a date, do not say it's best to go to your place for a night cap. Wait for her to invite you to go back to her place or yours.

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When it's time to part ways after a date, do not say it's best to go to your place for a night cap. Wait for her to invite you to go back to her place or yours.

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Telling her that she should meet your family can really scare the woman off. Instead, ask if she would like to get to know your family.

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After a night of intimacy, don't ask your lady how you performed. That is a big turn off.

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Don't criticise a woman's outfit or makeup considering that she spent a lot of time preparing for you. In short, if you have nothing nice to say, keep your mouth shut.

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Don't criticise a woman's outfit or makeup considering that she spent a lot of time preparing for you. In short, if you have nothing nice to say, keep your mouth shut.

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Even if you do not like her friends, do not tell her that up front. Instead, say you want to expand your social circle and meet other people.

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Do not compare your past girlfriends or ex-wives.

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Do not compare your past girlfriends or ex-wives.

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