Female sarcasm about dating
So, forget about being told how handsome you look in the tux or how adorable is *that* thing you do between the sheets. Contrary to rumors, she is just a carefree, no bullsh*t woman who can be equally thoughtful and charming.
Through years of dating and finally marrying someone who could put up with my wit and wisecracks, I learned that there are some rules sarcastic women must follow if they want to have a successful relationship that lasts more than five minutes and doesn't result in their date sobbing in a bathroom.1. If your new date is baring his soul to you concerning his father issues, don't yawn and give him Dr. The fact that he's comfortable enough to confide in you is probably a good thing. Dramatically pretending to crack your tooth on a nut and threatening him with your dental bills is just rude. Smile and politely nod instead of calling her Mommy Dearest and jamming a steak knife into her eye.
I mean if you really think about it, the only way to flirt with someone without being cheesy is with sarcasm.
Women who frequently take a sarcastic tone don't really care about what others have to say.
She makes crude jokes and has a raw sense of humor, but deep down, she’s just as delicate as any girl is.
She appreciates little romantic gestures like opening the door for her, or a sweet kiss on the forehead...
But where it comes most in handy is in the social sense, especially dating.
So why exactly do sarcastic women absolutely kill it when it comes to flirting, dating and partying?
It's 2015, and every conversation takes place over texting.
But, time and time again, I speak a language many might find foreign, some deem offensive and others see as magic. On résumés and under proficiencies, you will find a slew of technical skills. It is frequently misinterpreted, but when properly received, it builds bonds. Well-crafted sarcasm is attractive because it demonstrates intelligence, a sense of humor, emotional IQ, confidence, style and an edge of sassy flirtation.
If you read closely, you will always find a line item that reads, “Fluent in sarcasm.”That, in and of itself, is sarcasm. The universal truth about dating is this: People want what they think they can't have. (And, we all know most men love a little sass.)You can't help but gravitate toward the hilarious woman who can hold her own, make people laugh and win over the hearts of the crowd, which very well might be your friends.