These days, I notice that my interest (really, it’s a passion) in sports still attracts guys. And I’m still a cool chick for that.
Sometimes to the point that I think a man wants to propose on the spot! It’s quite entertaining at times.
Seriously, women… if you’re in a sports bar, or even just a bar with sports on TV, and want to attract a man’s attention, show some (educated) interest in sports, and I promise you the man will respond.
Yes, having a girlfriend who loves sports is just a completely different level of amazing, for a number of reasons that make your already happy relationship a fantastic one.
The first thing that most guys do when a girl says she loves sports is quiz her. It’s just one of the annoying realities of being a female fanatic.
You’d never worry about what the women who watches just as many games as you do would say, though.
And that’s why she’ll jump over the “Will his friends like me?” hurdle so comfortably, an obstacle that either one of you is bound to be fearful of. Who doesn’t like a person who can hold her own in any sports-related debate?
Let’s face it, the people who are most equipped to help you win your fantasy league are usually your boys, and they’re probably in that league with you.
That’s a conflict of interest, one that you can totally avoid if your girlfriend loves sports just as much as you.
There is a catch; however. I have learned that I can overdo the sports thing – and in very short order. I’ve noticed myself becoming annoyingly passionate about sports at times.
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The lesson learned: Some amount of sports knowledge and excitement is a good thing, but be aware of the man’s general need to know more and not feel intimidated by a beautiful, smart, sports-loving woman!
Attract him with sports-talk, but don’t let it take over the evening. Don’t get cut by the double-edged sword. Spoken from experience.