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13 Things Men Wish Women Knew
Guys wait too long to call after dates because they're secretly afraid to mess it up, or seem desperate.
Men think women are prettier without makeup on. Makeup hides what you really look like. Men want to know what you really look like. They look at makeup as "crusty black crap on the eyes" and "dark goop on the lips."
Men don't like when women emit high pitched screams, or jump up and down overly excited or giggle. All of those things make men uncomfortable/ embarrassed. Men are raised to hold emotions in, so screaming when you meet a friend looks really stupid to them.
Men hate gossipers. It's a testament to how mean you can be if you're talking trash about another person. Also, if you're obviously talking about a guy in front of him, only do it if you don't like him, because it makes him not like you. Men think that behaviour is stupid.
It makes men wary when you tell them someone else's secrets. They don't focus on the trust aspect, they focus on the fact that you're so easily betraying someone.
Men are self conscious to. They don't really talk about it, but they have things they want to change to.
"Am I fat?" Men despise that question. Not only does it put them on the spot, not only is there only one right answer, but men hate to hear about your negative view on your body. My boyfriend always tells me "I hate when you put yourself down because you're talking bad about somebody that I love."
Men don't really like skimpy clothes. Sure a belly button here, or a bit of cleavage there, but they don't like seeing the whole package. Especially if you complain about men staring at you. It's like "if you don't want men staring at your breasts, put them away."
Men don't need much. They like to feel needed. They like to feel appreciated. Here's one rule I live by for a happy relationship; always say thank-you. Let him know that you appreciate what he does. A man has no problem jumping over the moon for you if you let him know it makes you happy.
Sometimes a man will avoid talking to you about his problems because he doesn't want advice. He just needs someone to listen.
Sometimes men like to be asked out and treated to.
It's not that men don't want to make you happy; they don't know how. Sometimes your hints aren't as obvious as you think. A man doesn't express his love by his clairvoyance, but his response to your clearly expressed wish.
Rejection hurts men to. Men don't just want to feel physical, they want to feel connected. Plus, imagine if men were always too tired to listen to you.