45 Things a Girl Wants

The other day I received this link: “45 things a girl wants but won’t ask for”.

I was intrigued, and I read the first 4 which appeared under the link.

  1. Touch her waist.
  2. Simply talk to her.
  3. Share secrets with her.
  4. Tell her she’s beautiful.

This link held such promise. Should I click?

With the virus detection set to long range sensors, trojan horse defender on red alert, and every other app closed, I clicked the link.


Click again . . . nothing. Again . . . nothing appeared. It must be a myth.

No matter what I tried, the list never appeared and the secrets into what the other 41 things girls want but won’t ask for remains a secret.

Have you wondered something similar about your sweetheart? Have you ever asked:

  • What does my sweetheart want and won’t tell me? Or,
  • How does my sweetheart want to be romanced?

Good news. You can find out the answer to that question. Here are a couple ideas to help you solve this “mystery.”

  1. Observe. What do you do that puts a smile on your sweetheart’s face? How are those things related? Maybe it involves small gifts that brighten his/her face.
  2. Listen. What does your sweetheart suggest doing together? Does it involve spending time together, touching, sharing ideas?
  3. Ask. Ask your sweetheart what she/he finds romantic. What types of things does your sweetheart enjoy doing together?

Make it a personal game, a treasure-hunt if you will. Become a world class tracker and discover your sweetheart’s romantic preference.

Now if someone would send me that list of the other 41 things a girl wants but won’t ask for, I’d be most grateful. Even a couple, would be most helpful.

What might you add to the list? Robert


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