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Man hunt mission

Ladies, think about it. Some of us have spent majority of our lives thus far finding The One, Mr Right, our soul mate or partner. Honestly girlfriends, if this is your biggest life project get serious about it, do something about it.

Please do not believe in the rubbish that meeting someone is fate or that when you are not looking is when he will appear out of no where. No perfect guy is going to fall from the sky, and even if you find a nice guy they might require training to mold him and let him grow. You want to meet the love of your life, stop talking about it and get off your butt.

Get realistic.

How many love at first sights do you know of? Who meets the love of their life on the train or the bus?

If you want to find someone who is mature and secure, you might have more chance finding him in your yoga class than at the Soho club at 3am.

If you want someone who has a warm heart, go do some volunteering work.

If you are attracted to someone with musical talent, go to some free or cheap gigs by upcoming bands.

If you prefer smart and intelligent men, you might have to enrol in an MBA course.

If you like a social guy with a sense of humour, don’t eye the one who hasn’t lifted his eyes from his laptop and iPhone the whole hour you have been in Starbucks trying to get him to notice you.

If you are the more ambitious type and want to find a rich successful man, you have to be strategic about it – no shame.  Join a BMW or yacht club and not your library’s reading club. Eat dinner in South Kensington or Beverly Hills instead of ordering takeaway.  Go for drinks at hotel lobbies rather than your local pub. Be an air hostess for Emirates instead of Easyjet. You are not likely to meet him in an internet chat room or dating website. Spend time on your appearance. Dress to impress. Basic rules of the game if you are to be in it.

Honestly I’ve heard it all. The excuses you have to dismiss genuinely good gentlemen because you are just being too picky. He’s too nerdy or too immature or too bland. You can’t stand his table manners or they way he talks to his mum. Did you think you were Princess Diana?

Or ‘But he’s a divorcee’. Oh and you are Virgin Mary?!?

Or ‘There are just not that many guys around’. Well, did you know that the female to male ratio in China is 100 to 118?

Get my point?!?

***Photo by bgorsphotography

  1. K
    September 27, 2011 at 12:00 am

    i think disney has ruined us into thinking prince charming will appear while we are:

    1) doing housework
    2) sleeping
    3) singing with birds and other forest creatures

    but definitely, DEFINITELY not while we are volunteering, checking out our favourite band or doing yoga.

    interesting article 🙂

    • October 16, 2011 at 1:59 am

      So what your saying is, that the perfect place to find girls is while they’re doing housework, sleeping, or singing with birds? ;D

  1. June 2, 2012 at 1:16 am

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