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During a recent conversation, I was relating the latest in a string of men whose interest (with a small i) I had mistaken for Interest (the capitalized “Interest” to indicate not just liking someone, but someone – this is part of the complex language of dating).
Then she reminded me of her foolproof way to know if a guy likes her “as more than a friend.” “You know how to know if a guy likes you?
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He’s funny, and it’s “smart-funny,” not “stupid-funny.” (Plus, although he woulda been a contenduh even with his long curly hair, the new “clean-cut” style really brings out those eyes, that smile…) Even so, somehow I never thought of Evan as a SSOTM until I read his latest article in Match.com’s Happen Magazine, chronicling what it’s like to be the “Last Single Guy Standing“: Then I hit my mid-thirties.If you want a game plan, you can create one to follow. But be aware that not everyone is playing by the same rules, and even if they’re in what seems like the same game, they might be operating with an entirely different scoring system.While it might be difficult at times, or seem insensitive, maybe honesty is still the best policy and all the game-playing should be left to those who are getting paid to do it.~ Adam Wilson, Author, Flatscreen A crushingly honest collection of confessions about love in the shape of sex, from which any American man could learn a thing or ten.My friend J is funny, smart and sassy, and gets a lot of attention from men.