Because women really don’t want you to follow any guidelines on how to care of their needs, and they really don’t want you to try to be something that you’re not. And just like many other things in life, whether it’s business, life decisions, or in this case women – making it happen is what a man is supposed to do.
A lot of people think flowers are outdated, or too old-fashioned, and it is true that you can’t just pull a simple flower delivery out of no where and expect to make progress with a woman.
When a date has gone incredibly well and the conversation has flowed freely; there were laughs a plenty and the two of you hit it off with such aplomb that you know you’re onto something good, then why not send her some flowers the next day?
Not only are you thanking her for her company and for a fun filled evening, but you are showing off your thoughtful side and she will be guaranteed to be thinking about you for the rest of that day, that week even and will be keen to get that crucial second date in the diary!
As a matter of fact it’s probably a good way to halt any good vibes that have been taking place.
After all it is not the flowers that make the man but the man that makes the flowers.
However, in this age of rising skepticism and declining chivalry, the act of sending flowers to a girl has raised some debate amongst many in the world of dating. To help gain some perspective, I present to you, the dueling bloggers:ost girls really don’t know what they want.
Of course, there are those that still wholly support this tradition and those that have written it off as a symbolic artifact. Even when they think they do it’s always left up to the man that sweeps them off with spontaneity and special little surprises that ends up with the winning hand.
How can Internet daters in search of true love separate the players from the potential soul mates?
In a National Bureau of Economic Research working paper, “Propose With a Rose?
Signaling in Internet Dating Markets,” economists Soohyung Lee and Muriel Niederle ran an online event through a Korean dating site in which participants were given a couple of “virtual roses” to signal their interest in someone special.
‘If you’ve fallen for one another in a big way and you both know it, then you might love the opportunity to spend a day celebrating your new-found love,’ Selina told us.
‘But if you’re taking it slow and seeing how things go, then you might want to give a light-hearted nod towards Valentine’s Day – a jokingly cheesy card or a chocolate heart.’ Essentially, if you and the person you’re dating have been super mushy and romantic from the get-go, you’ll probably want to do something for Valentine’s Day.