Tuesday, July 12, 2011

I could not have said it better Continued


…continued from part 1
6/ We love your scatter-brained craziness and some of the insane things you do like rolling down grassy hills or leaping around the living room to yur favourite CD (and getting the words wrong!) or twirling in your skirts and dresses!  The twirling thing is an absolute charm!

7/ 
We absolutely adore it when you wear your feminine clothes like blouses, skirts, dresses and shoes that don’t have a certain swoosh or motif in the side. And you don’t necessarily have to adorn yourselves with all the latest accessories, jewelry and other enhancements.  Maybe some of us guys aren’t intelligent, articulate or kind enough to compliment you on how pretty you might look; maybe we’re afraid you’ll suspect our motive for saying something nice.  But if we comment negatively, here’s a piece of advice:  ignore us.  Whatever you do, don’t stop dressing like a girl… it helps to define you.

8/ 
You look so loveley whenever you wear some of those full skirts.  They can be any kind, circular or pleated, but their volume and fullness gives you a romantic presence that has untold power.  You look so beautiful and graceful when, as you take a seat, you skirt seems to flow everywhere(!) and the sound it makes whenever you move announces the presence of a real, genuine, feminine woman.

9/
 How magic it is to walk beside you when you wear your skirts and dresses!  You look so pretty and feminine as you swish along with us. You make us feel like men – gentlemen if we’ve got any sense.  And if we’re lucky the breeze will catch your hem and brush it gently against us. Phew!  I’m in the presence of a woman!  Years ago, on a date with my soon-to-be wife, I remember that I couldn’t have imagined being with anyone prettier as strands of her hair drifted in the breeze and her dress swished, flowed, splashed and rippled as we walked along the beach.  She made a beautiful picture
10/ You can steal our hearts without knowing it!  We can sometimes remember even brief encounters with you years after they’ve happened. Why?  Because of the powerful impression you made.  It could have been something as simple as a smile you tossed over your shoulder when you said “See you later!”,  but you can’t imagine the effect as your hair and clothes twirled outward.
You are so distracting.  Who on Earth should a gentleman live for other than his girl?

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