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How to get a handsome man

Updated on May 7, 2015

It is a fact of nature that a man will desire to have a beautiful woman and a woman will always love to have handsome men. The problem with that is that every one wants them; in this case, every one wants handsome men or a handsome man for her self. This will build an atmosphere of intense competition around the handsome men which might make it hard to get them.

When one man is being chased after by many women, chances get so minimal that that handsome man will fall in love with you. But in this article, I am going to present to you a few methods which you can use to have handsome men running after you.

Become of a friend of their friends

If you find a handsome man whom you would like to fall in love with you, it is advisable that you first become a friend of their friends. The reason for this is that going directly to him will with no doubt imply that you are in love with him. However, you should be careful not to get too close to their friends because you may end up falling in love with a person who was not your target.

Be different

Try not to be like many other women, when they finally get close to handsome men, they will over tight mark them, wanting to be close to them as much as they can. This will only give the handsome man a chance to have sex with you and then move on with other women. So, if you are already close to the handsome man though their friend, try to show that you do not care much about them as other women do. They will of course notice the difference and nature will pull them to you.


Unlike other women who show no self control when they are near handsome men, you should try as much as possible to pretend that you do not love them. By nature, this will have to come to you, you should however be careful not to play it so hard, some one who fall in love with men pretend to over hate such men and after a little while, those men will have to move to other women, I know very well tat pretence can pull a man to you but over pretence will chase them away.

I advise you not to put on an outward show like teasing clothes and make up just for that handsome man, yes you might have him, but I am sure you will have that handsome man just for a night.


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      6 years ago

      Good one

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      7 years ago

      Men are like what women used to be, they don't trust women like women used to not trust men. Men are easier to date as they no longer jump on women, women have power.

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      7 years ago

      Men don't chase like they used to. Women have to ask them to lunch.

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      7 years ago

      Best way to do it is ask if they fancy a drink after work or go to lunch together he will just think your being friendly to begin with, it's a way of getting them alone with you somewhere away from outside pressures.

      Men need to be taken in hand because these days they don't have a clue about flirting and no clues about if someone likes them, lot's of men with big confidence problems. Until their suddenly gazing across a bar table at you, they suddenly realise how stupid they've been.

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      8 years ago

      na true talk my bro no ever show any man say you love am na de beginning of ur troubles be that. But we all no fit pretend na god go help us

    • world of the wise profile imageAUTHOR

      world of the wise 

      8 years ago from World of the wise

      I cant believe you are still single

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      8 years ago from London, UK

      Words of wisdom - I enjoyed reading your Hub. I agree, if you like someone, don't make it obvious.

      Thanks for your Hub. I hope I find a handsome man but hope he is Handsome on the inside too. (by that, I mean a man with a Heart of Gold)

      Best Wishes


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