If he works two jobs, he'll pick you up on his way home (or come to your place to stay the night), if he's got a lunch break when you're not working he'll ask you to swing by his office, he'll text you whenever he's got a break.'Oh, we're going to see [X] movie? [Y] has been talking about it for awhile now.''You take your coffee with two creams? He probably doesn't even realize it can seem like bragging, he's just sharing.
[Y] does the same thing''You just got back from a fifteen year space expedition to Mars and got in contact with extraterrestrial life? Then when you meet them, they say things like, "Oh, you're xalbrlax! " Don't be surprised if you ask him what he says and he doesn't remember 🙂 Or he wants to play it cool so you don't get a big head.
Also, like I said above, being present is a critical characteristic of boyfriend material…yet too many men come off as needy or desperate, asking tons of low-self-esteem questions (“How do you think it’s going?
”) or constantly calling, texting, and emailing a woman.
But when it comes to whether she’ll see you as boyfriend material, thoughtfulness takes on a whole other meaning.
It’s your ability to pay attention to her in unexpected ways — at unexpected times — because it’s genuinely in your heart to do it.
They officially declare themselves a couple after nine dates, on average.
Think of how many of the Six dates might not seem like enough to build intimacy, much less prompt an exclusivity conversation.
But depending how physical those dates get, they can.
Replace the nervous chatter and insecure comments with real conversation — asking what you want to know about her straight out.
Make her laugh with smart, observational comments instead of put-down jokes.