HOW TO GET HER TO SPEND THE NIGHT

November 23, 2007 56 Comments Men Videos

HOW TO GET HER TO SPEND THE NIGHT
By the Foxy Blonde

The other day Foxy emailed me and just could not deal with the lack of comments on her last posting so…..I being the nice guy that I am decided to give her one last chance to intrigue all of your minds!!

Lets get behind her on this one and have some fun.

Guys, imagine this: A major babe is vibing you. You finally lure her back to your place, but after a half hour of swapping spit on the couch, she hits the road before you can close the deal. Was your tongue twirling in the wrong direction? Did you squeeze her boobs too hard, or not hard enough? Maybe it wasn’t you. Maybe it was your apartment.

A girl likes to feel at home in your place. If the bathroom’s filthy, the living room’s freezing, and the bedroom’s best features are your still-stanky hockey pads and your Sponge Bob Squarepants sheets, she’s not going to stick around long enough for you to see her “O” face. But never fear, Foxy Blonde is here. Follow these simple guidelines and you’ll turn your bachelor pad into a girl trap.

Let’s start in the bathroom. Not only do we ladies spend far more time in here than you do – we also sit down when we pee. That means your bathroom needs to be clean and well-stocked. Think more Ritz Carlton, less Greyhound Bus.

Must Haves:
Toilet paper – Girls don’t like to drip dry.
Shampoo AND Conditioner – You may have a shaved head, but unless you’re dating Sinead O’Connor, she probably doesn’t. And as scary as it is to be away from our arsenal of hair care products, anything that will help get a comb through our bed-head the morning after is much appreciated.
Clean towels – The more plush and appealing they are, the more time we’ll spend lounging around with one draped around our hips, instead of putting our clothes back on.

Bonus Points: A spare toothbrush, contact lens solution.

Overkill: Tampons, scrunchies, lip gloss. You’re a guy, not a salon.

Let’s move on to the bedroom. (That’s what she said.) This is where the magic happens, but you don’t need a rabbit in your hat, just a little sexual fung shui.

Must Haves:
Fresh, soft sheets – It’s one thing to sleep with multiple women – it’s another thing to leave the evidence for us to find. Eiwww. Keep it clean, boys.
Good lighting – Using a dimmer, candles, or 3-way bulbs, you should be able to create a happy medium between so dark you can’t enjoy the view and so bright she’s too distracted by cellulite panic to give you the pleasure you deserve.
Condoms – Nothing kills the mood like a drive to the all-night drugstore.
Nightstand on “Her” side – Good for supporting a liquid refreshment so she can stay hydrated. Got anything against a moist mouth? I didn’t think so.

Bonus Points:
A headboard is convenient for grabbing onto, or for light bondage. An armless chair is a nice alternative for girl-on-top action. And a tube of lube – you know, for round three.

Overkill:
A sex swing (too presumptuous, and what would you tell your mother?). A vibrator that you didn’t buy with/for her. Friends don’t let friends share sex toys.

Trust the blonde, boys. If she enjoys coming over to your place, you’ll get a lot more of those booty calls you like so much. Ladies, I’d like to hear from you. What turns you on and off about a man’s abode?

Todays video is a must for any man who can’t seem to find the right thing to say when he sees a woman that he wants to approach. Watch this video and you will increase getting the phone number 200%.

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Jessica says

2007-11-27 09:57:39

Hi, Foxy Blond, So, you are a "very active dater"... I would have to remember this definition... Well said... I am a very active dater in these days too.
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darkpoet says

2007-11-27 02:08:19

i'm glad you didnt take too much of an offence blonde, and yes, i can admit i have a really nice room, and home. i did take offence and still do. I think you need to find better place to meet men, or maybe to a little more open minded on who you date. perhaps? Graham, i honestly think i wouldnt be attracted to her, i'm not attracted her now, (by way she sounds from her writing) and looks mean mostly shit to me. so, there you have it mate. Cheers, Joe
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darkpoet says

2007-11-27 02:07:55

i'm glad you didnt take too much of an offence blonde, and yes, i can admit i have a really nice room, and home. i did take offence and still do. I think you need to find better place to meet men, or maybe to a little more open minded on who you date. perhaps? Graham, i honestly think i wouldnt be attracted to her, i'm not attracted her now, (by way she sounds from her writing) and looks mean mostly shit to me. so, there you have it mate.
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Graham says

2007-11-27 00:10:15

Well, thanks for braving coming back. See what staying away can create!?!
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Foxy Blonde says

2007-11-27 00:05:03

Well hello hello, and a happy Thanksgiving to all. I just spent the entire day on a plane from east coast to west coast. I thought I could beat the system by flying home on a Monday, but it seems many others had the same idea. So as some of you were wondering why I wasn't replying to your posts, know that while you were enjoying the freedom of email, I was squished into a middle seat that was getting kicked at regular intervals by someone's adorable but quite hyper toddler. For those who speculated, you are correct - I am a friend of David's - no dating expert, just a very active dater. I think over dinner one night David suggested I try a guest blog, just to share a different perspective. I was thrilled at the opportunity because I love to write and because it's great to have an outlet for some of my own ridiculous dating stories - you know the saying, truth is always stranger than fiction. Sometimes David has suggested topics, and sometimes I have pitched him my own topics. When I have shared my experiences and opinions on this blog (How to Have Sex like an 18-year-old, Turn-ons, Where Have All the Good Men Gone, etc.) I have been amazed at the power of this community. So many funny and savvy people with strong points of view. That's why when I wrote a recent blog about how I like to be approached in bars (Killer Openers) and noticed that there weren't many responses, I was bummed because I had failed to start a dialogue. The dialogue is the best part (otherwise blogging is just jerking off - hah!) I promised David that the next thing I wrote would be a little more provocative...and it was, just not in quite the way that I imagined! For those of you who felt talked down to, I'm guessing you have really nice homes!! You can't imagine how many times I have dated a seemingly adult man who turns out to live in fraternity-like squalor where his greatest piece of art is his 3-foot glass bong. On the flip side, I'll admit I've been totally seduced by some good music (Zero 7), candlelight, nice wine and yes...fluffy towels! So that's been my experience, anyway. Foxy Blonde
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Graham says

2007-11-26 23:58:35

Joan- Maybe she's cowering in a cupboard somewhere? Maybe she HAS a grip and is holding on for dear life. Maybe she really wanted to simply enlighten us and move on... or, hold on to yer panties... she just doesn't care! My overall sense of David's blog is he says his piece and leaves us in peace to rattle on. I haven't been here all that long but if fb has only contributed a couple blog headlines and never participated as a blogalong, I'll take a guess she's more interested in developing her blog-article writing and we're just her blank canvas. I have to agree, in a perfect world, or at least a pretty good world, someone who writes WOULD contirbute equally as a participant if they're writing the blog. But since not even David does that, I'm not gonna hold fb to a higher standard. If David wants his blog to be the way he has it setup, I'm fine with that. I can appreciate his allowing us this little playground. Joe- Maybe she's actually very less then beautiful and you'd set her heart aflutter? As David said: "Lets get behind her on this one and have some fun." Maybe she'd like you in that position... having some fun with her. Me bad boy. Me very, very bad. Badboy. Badboy. Badboy.
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darkpoet says

2007-11-26 19:58:30

as for the random pictures true or not, no matter how beautiful she maybe, given what i
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Joan says

2007-11-26 19:26:51

Graham; What???? You know what? Where the fuck is she? I don't see her on this blog saying a damn thing one way or the other. She needs to get a grip if she isn't going to feed back on comments that are made. Would you or would you not agree?? Sllepless loopiness?? Yea well get you some tylenol PM if you can't sleep. I hear it works wonders.
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darkpoet says

2007-11-26 15:46:17

thanks i'll have to try to home depot! i hate lowes, they never have anyway i want. mild criticism true true,being somewhat hypersensitive person myself, i'm just putting my self in her shoes, but she probably could care less, i suppose. i just cant get over the article, not that mine are any better, but i never talk down to people, i just speak my mind, when the moment calls. but i supposed she only try to help the clueless. i dont think she presenting herself as a dating expert, i think she just a friend of david, from what i know. as for the random pictures true or not, no matter how beautiful she maybe, given what i've read from her, i would be attracted to her anyways and i'm sure the feeling is mutual. i'm sure she really cares not to comment on such a honest but negative opinion of what some of us feel about her article. but i thank her for it regardless. cheers, Joe
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Graham says

2007-11-26 15:32:06

Hi Joe, any of the big building supply, Lowe's, Home Depot, should stock standard sizes. Those places should have installers, too, if you needed them. As to ragging on fb, this seems fairly mild criticism compared to what might happen on some other sites. Anytime she wants she can come back and have a discussion about our comments. If anything, I think everyone on this blog is open to talk. And if she chooses not to respond, what messege does she want to communicate with THAT? The thing with putting up random pics, as it appears hers are, she's in a sense choosing to be anonymous, presenting a persona and not letting us "see" her. I have somewhat mixed feelings about that from someone who is presenting themselves as an expert on dating. Isn't dating about revealing yourself? Practice what you preach and all that? Otherwise, yer just bein' a player.
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darkpoet says

2007-11-26 14:49:31

Graham, you do anyplace that sales sliding closet doors? or could you custom make some for me, i'm redoing my room, and i bought a new piano, so my folding closet doors, are of no use. paino takes up that space. Joan,Graham i do feel bad ragging on blonde, i'm a fair,open person, i believe in equality of genders. in my cultural upbringing, no one is better then anybody else. we all work as one for the great good. kinda like the motto "it takes a village" aye? unfornately we lived in a cultural where that doesnt happen much. i'm not much into the califorinia/hollywood type girls anyways. i like my women down to earth. cheers, Joe
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Graham says

2007-11-26 07:03:00

Oh, nooooo, Joan, we'd neeeever think THAT. It's just that a picture speaks a thousand words. That's what I've heard. And what does a random pic communicate over a genuine pic? That pic was chosen for a specific audience. David's. And he tells us she "just could not deal with the lack of comments on her last posting." Hmmmmm. And what does THAT mean? Narcissistic rage? Whoa!! 10% accuracy? 25%? 90%? At three in the morning, I'm gonna plead sleepless loopiness for that rant:)
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Joan says

2007-11-26 06:16:51

OMG! I am still up-------this is rediculous. Hey, my sons surgery is Wednesday so I am finding myself a little uneasy and sleepless. Joe: LOL I read comments from begining to end of this blog and maybe it is because I am giddy at 4:15 AM, but damn I am LMAO. I am not laughing AT you. I am laughing because you tell it like you see it with no sugar coating. It is real and tickles me. Oh, guys...this giraffe necked woman is obviously a random models picture off the internet. SOOO, don't take her flaring nostrils get you in a heated position as to if she is looking down on anything. Man, read blog comments at this time of the morning. They take on a whole new meaning. ;)
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Graham says

2007-11-26 05:03:04

Bertie- Second time my response has gotten cut off where all the rest of the post disappears. I'll only recap. Which might be enough, anyhoo! Agree with you about the relative importance of the "fluffies." They should rate as nothing more than bonus points. On Farrell, and his tendency "to paint us all with the same brush." My take is he paints "us" all with the same brush... as in "addressing the culture." In one of his articles on the site he actually tells women how to maximize their economic position. I think he wants the world to be a better place for all, irrespective of gender.
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Graham says

2007-11-26 04:41:34

Bertie- The
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Joan says

2007-11-26 03:49:49

Bertie; Exactly----------fluffy towels------sheets?????????? Yes, to me those are things that one might see as a nice after thought from a man who treated them with respect and passion. "Besides I
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Bertie says

2007-11-26 00:23:09

Graham, The "you" I was referring to was Joe. The point I was trying to reiterate was that a man's house does not have to be spotless for me to stay. It is far more important to me how a man treats others. I don't care if his towels are fluffy or not. A high thread count on the sheets would be nice, but then again not required. What new things can I teach him if I don't have the chance to teach him about high thread counts and fluffy towels? Btw, I did look up Warren Farrell. He makes some interesting points that I can certainly agree with. The issue for me is that he tends to paint us all with the same brush. Joe, Sweetheart, don't tease me like that! I'm actually quite good at the making bank thing. Its just that right now it all goes to the kids, and I've thought seriously about a cleaning person, but can't quite fit it in the budget yet. Besides I'd have to clean the place up before I could let someone clean it.
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Graham says

2007-11-25 21:42:03

Joe- I'm getting pics downloaded in the next day or so from my camera. Send me an address and I'll email them to you. yahoo-dot-com grhm2300. Btw, someone to check out for intelligent discussion of gender politics from a man's perspective, Warren Farrell. Mentioned him to Taleda, haven't seen her back here since. lol She went to his website and said she was gonna check him out further. Was teasin about sweetheart - the way Bertie was addressing you. We're all koolkats here. Well, maybe except for the MadBob. Best to you with your school projects. Sounds fun. Hey, with stage design/production, if nothin' else comes of it you can make it as a roadie!:)
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Joan says

2007-11-25 16:45:40

Joe; Personal butler hugh? LOL You are so funny. Good to see ya around! ;) Cheers
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darkpoet says

2007-11-25 13:29:45

graham i would the cabin you have a pictures. cheers, Joe
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darkpoet says

2007-11-25 13:25:31

Indeed Graham, i wouldn't say i'm a sweetheart though. i'm not better then anyone else. Graham you're a cool cat! mate., it seems we have alot in common Graham, i myself am back in college at 29, doing a double major in music composition/theory. and theatre studies, i dont know if i want to do stage design/technology or stage production for my conceration in theatre. I should ship you out to boston, so you can work on my set design for my operas. LOL Graham i have to agree with with alot you say, always a double standard, either way. well said mate cheers, Pint for Graham. see you at the Cabin mate!. Joan, things are o.k i speak how i see it joan gal. Bertie, like i just said to Joan, i speak how i see it, and i think you are quite maternal. as for your home looking like shit, well i'll tell you what, I still live at home, i cook, i clean and Pay rent. so if you want to ship me out to CC i'll be your personally Butler.... for a price ;) lol cheers, Joe
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Graham says

2007-11-25 01:46:39

Bertie- Now hold on a minute, will ya? "Hi Joe!" Then: "For you, Graham, and Dave..." What's with that!?! Me and Dave are fartknockers and Little Joe is Mr. Sweetheart??? Hurumph! (Joe, I think you should take exception to that:) He was right in there with objections to the being pegged as another of the Mr. Piggies. lol That said, and I needed to get it off my titties, nothing was being said about single mom's with teenagers, or for that matter, single mom's, or even single women. Wasn't the blog picking away at us "guys"? And, btw, I think most guys would be very understanding of single women with kids not having their homes in great shape. I suspect men are less shallow than women when it comes to requiring Better Homes and Gardens "Seal of Approval" standards for good housekeeping. imho How I look at it, having a pleasant and physically comfortable home is one way of demonstrating thoughtfulness. Neat and clean. Whatever you can do. If it turns out she's comfortable with my pet pig sleeping on the end of the bed with us, well, that's another matter, isn't it?
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Bertie says

2007-11-24 23:35:59

Hi Joe! Thank you for the maternal comment. I am...very much so, if you see being patient and understanding of others as being maternal. For you, Graham, and Dave this might be remedial housekeeping, but honestly, my towels aren't fluffy. My bathroom is full of shoes...my shoe tree broke, and I haven't put the new one together yet. I have a sink full of dirty dishes because the fartknocker who is supposed to put them in the dishwasher has forgotten them. Communal living with a 17 year old and 19 year old young men sucks big time, and not in a nice way either. A home is not the eternal thing that most people see it as. It is indeed in a very fluid state. I had a nicely kept home one minute in the next minute I was dragging my then 3 year old out of our burning house. Pretty much all we had left was the clothes we had on and each other. The rest of our family was at work or school, thankfully. So I just don't see it as the big deal that others do. What is really important to me is how he treats others.
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Joan says

2007-11-24 22:42:09

Joe: Hey you. Nice to "see" you:) I am glad to hear your work is coming along. As for my holiday---it was pretty fun. I will be in a more celebratory mood tommorrow:) Thank you my friend. I would like to think I am down to earth and I trey to keep it real by being me. I am a what you see is what I am kind of gal. Have a great weekend Joe. Cheers Joan
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Graham says

2007-11-24 21:23:37

Yes, we really don't know who she is. For all we know she may be relaying info from stories she's heard from other women. (Probably has heard a few, too.) She wasn't really talking with us, anyhoo, from what I saw. Lecture, then followed with: "Ladies, I
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Graham says

2007-11-24 20:48:44

graham after this she
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darkpoet says

2007-11-24 20:33:25

Graham Etchings? i like to see them i'm an artist myself. I supposely i'm a bit edgy, my apoloise then, i'm really quite civil. i guess if you can understand, i have a creative/artistic mind, the way some people look at the world can be irrational to me. i see beauty in everything, i'd dated large women,tall,small,skinny. I it's how one projects themselves to others is what I see. just didnt like this projection. Bertie is great she is the one of the wisdom one on the blogs, a pint for bertie Cheers! i like her maternal quantities As for Blonde, i can't assume or say that she running around with men. I just hope she find a real men,and keeps an open mind. cheers, Joe
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Graham says

2007-11-24 20:22:39

I might have added ...a few who don't know how to take care of their homes "AND their guests."
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darkpoet says

2007-11-24 20:22:01

lastly foxy i dont mean to rag on you i feel bad for it . but what you write hits a nerve with me. i grew with women up , and all i hear is them bitching abou the things you write about. we all know what quantity we want in a lady/man.... we could write a list of the quantity we seek on paper and feel quite satisified with it. but can you turn over the paper and write down all the things you can bring to a relationship. (besides a clean house) "thanks Lexi" Seriously two way street. Regardless, i'm sure most of teh guy are quite glad you wrote this article. regardless on my opinions, thank you. after all gentlemen are gentlemen, and i'm not sure i was being one. cheers, Joe
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Graham says

2007-11-24 20:19:38

Joe- A bit edgy, but overall spot on from my perspective. The few onenightstands I've had, I've not much cared to repeat-no matter how hot the woman. No criticism of others, it's just not me. How I keep my house, I do for me. And all those "good things" mentioned, I have. (Minus the contact lens solution and headboard.) And I can even invite a woman to see my etchings and actually HAVE them! As to fb or anyone else who might get around quite abit, they're bound to run into a few who don't know how to take care of their homes. As I think Bertie said, if you're really into the person, to go home with them, you better really be into the person (hopefully) more than how they take care of their house; their home might be needing a visit from the health inspector before going in.
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darkpoet says

2007-11-24 20:05:32

m"aybe next time, an
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darkpoet says

2007-11-24 19:52:10

Yes, Graham mate i do think she is looking down on this. must be the california air or smog ! if that really is her, who knows. how nice of you to kinda agree with me. i'm waiting for the blog lashings. If probably come off as rude graham I apoloise. Just if she dating guys who keep there home looking like that, or that peeve her maybe she need to find better company or maybe be a litte more open. aye? the photographer did a a good job. I dont need her telling me how i should keep my home if i want to "SPEND THE NIGHT WTIH A WOMEN" because i'm not the type to hook up or spend the night with a women. a meanful relationship with an open minded women is more my style mate. no matter how sexaully frusrated i get, i do have self control. no one night stands for me, i hate them i think there sleazy and meaningless. i want more. as for us poor sapless blokes ( not you and maybe not me ) I've read this article five times, and i just dont get it, i guess "if you want to fuck around with women,(which i dont) you need get a fucking bloody maiden, and a janitor" maybe it's me but i've never encounted or put a woman through what this blonde, has been through, me think the ladie need to find better company. two different levels here mate cheers, Joe
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Graham says

2007-11-24 19:20:36

Joe. On second thought, in that picture, she IS looking down on us, too!:)
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Graham says

2007-11-24 19:18:45

Yikes, Joe! Methinks you might say there'd be more than somethin' to the photo and her lookin' down her nose on us poor, clueless saps? (Well, not you and me, of course.) artemis- Chill, boy. You've got waaaay to much headthink on this gerl. Why over-focus on her interest in you? Why all the obsessing on what every movement might mean? Let her go... breathe... look around ya... if you're feeling good about you (with or without her), good chance she will feel good about you, too.
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darkpoet says

2007-11-24 19:02:20

oh one more thing. like jim said good advice for boys, not men! Joan you are so down to earth, a man abode is difinitely Him, to be honest, if a women doesnt like i keep my home, then fuck her, why would want to be with her anyways becuase she good looking, FUck that. Dave i agree with the point you're making, i'm just a little more brash thats all. cheers, Joe
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darkpoet says

2007-11-24 18:51:49

Setting the bar low foxy? I think it's down right insulting. maybe it's the guys you're dating. my home is probably ten times cleaner and well decorated then most of my girlfriends. I dont know what planet your getting your men from, (probably planet L.A. where everbodies 10,000 feet above sea level and not coming down anytime soon) but seriously foxy, any guy who treat his home like that needs to grow up and learn to think of others also. honestly. fox, from all the articles i read from you, you seem quite bitter (just a little bit) quite demanding and not really down to earth.( but i'm sure all the guys would appreciate your comment or advice but for me no thank you. but think for the Editorial i'm sure that the some of the guys who need to get a clue, probably will now. Joan and bertie, and the rest of the lad and lass's how was you and how was your holiday? Well i hope, i'm doing well working on my two opera's now, crazy. cheers, Joe
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artemis says

2007-11-24 18:07:05

hahaha, no i didn't think she was leaning from exhaustion lol, but maybe she was just adjusting her stance er something, idk i probably just putting too much thought into it. yeah figuring were the line is drawn between too much and too little is definitley a big difficulty. but i'm glad to hear from a woman that things are lookin good, cause my other chick friends really weren't much help.
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Joan says

2007-11-24 15:51:54

artemis; lol Thanks:) Hey, I read your full post on the other blog reffering to this girl. Personally, I think she is interested in you. Did you think she was leaning in to to pass out from exhaustion of standing? lol She sounds like a decent girl and respects herself as well as you, which is refreshing this day and age. Take your time sweety, and give her time to return from her Holiday. Monday evening?? Maybe try to get in a call of concern that she made it home ok and go from there? You really have to follow what your gut is telling you. I think she is interested. Just don't smother her, nor stay away too long. Sometimes I think that is a hard call to make right? Where is the fine line of the two spectrums drawn? It is a matter of your discretion and the vibe you feel you are getting. So far---I think it is looking good. ;) Really what do I know, but that I am a woman who is intuitive?? Good luck and have a great weekend.
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artemis says

2007-11-24 15:28:13

Joan, hahaha, i prefer brunettes anyway lol, no offense foxy blonde. i'm usually pretty intuative when it comes to noticing the signs but for some reason i just can't get a read on this girl. (fyi i'm talkin about the girl i wrote about in the "over the woods" blog) i think i got the eye contact and the lean in, but its was hard to tell cause we were standing for about an hour and a half. but none of the usual love tap stuff, or touching.
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Joan says

2007-11-24 14:32:19

Artemis; Well I am not foxy blonde, I however am a foxy brunette with blonde highlights..LOL Bertie is right. If a woman leans forward or touches you in any kind of way, there is interest there. NOW, If we reach out and sucker punch you..not a good sign..LOL I am kidding-----well no I am not, but I am sure you don't behave in such a manner to deserve a T.K.O. The eyes will tell you volumes. I am such a big believer in speaking through the eyes. If you look deep enough into someones eyes, you will be amazed at what you hear. I am not talking about drilling holes with a sinister constant stare. I am speaking of the eye contact you share in conversation. You know you only look at one eye at a time, so the slow back and forth glances show you are interested and if she is reciprocating the same----there is interests you might never even think are going on inside her head. Once again...The "Eyes" have it!
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Bertie says

2007-11-24 11:15:06

Artemis, Go back through David's blogs. He talks about a lot of the ways we show we're interested. Major clues when we are talking to you: We lean forward. We touch your hand, arm, or sometimes when we're feeling bold, leg.
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artemis says

2007-11-24 01:20:39

Foxy, what i would really like some insight into from a woman's point of view is the body languade woman use when they talk to guy. what types movments and gestures are common when shes interested and what ones are used when she isn't. i think alot of guys would find that helpful.
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Graham says

2007-11-23 23:57:24

Bonus point issues: Toothbrushes. If your toothbrush is worn and frayed, get rid of it. It's tacky if not also mold infested with micro-creepy germs. Clean the mirror, too. Then also, two brushes are better than one. Allows one to dry limiting the growth of creepies. Not over-the-top Omar Sharif in Funny Girl with seven. But what better to show bathroom class!?! lol Towels. Do one better than plush towels. Let her slip into your cozy and plush bathrobe you've got on the door hanger, alone. It's much more homey, lovey-dovey. Pillows. Add a mohair or cashmere throw to the couch. Baby alpaca is fine, too. Linus isn't the only one who might need a little sense of emotional security:) ******************************************* Lastly, no matter how attractive and artful a photo, if I'm looking up your nose to view the photo, what does that say what YOU are doing looking back...? You don't want to send the wrong message! ;) ;)
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Bertie says

2007-11-23 23:29:55

Joan, You can thank my friend and former LVN student, Joe, for my thoughts on Patron. He's also recommended Cazadores as another good tequila. Never tried that one. Ben is the again, former LVN student, who gave me the last bottle of wine I drown my dog sorrows in. It was some pretty good stuff too, but I don't remember the label. I prefer intimacy without alcohol. If I like a man, I'll be a very naughty female without any push from the etoh. I do like the candles though and as long as were free flowing with the advice, scented ones are best. Truly though, a man's place is never going to seduce me, and unless he hasn't put up his pet snake or rodent, I probably won't leave if I'm interested enough in him.
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Jessica says

2007-11-23 19:06:06

:)
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Joan says

2007-11-23 17:15:12

Welcome back foxy, good blog. Bertie: LOL "I
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Joan says

2007-11-23 17:15:12

Welcome back foxy, good blog. Bertie: LOL "I
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Jim says

2007-11-23 16:15:17

Foxy: good advise for boys.
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Bertie says

2007-11-23 14:58:28

Wine is ok, but I'd be really impressed if his liquor cabinet had some Patron Gold in it.
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Foxy Blonde says

2007-11-23 14:21:38

I'm glad to hear I set the bar too low for David's male readers (though it sounds like some of the ladies do know what I'm talking about!). Maybe next time, an "advanced" guide with music suggesions, wine lists, aphrodisiac recipes...? Seriously, guys, what would you like to hear about from a girl's point of view? Thanks...Foxy.
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CJ says

2007-11-23 13:57:28

Hey Foxy, thanks so much for offering these bits of insight for the men. I can't tell you how many guys I've been with (not in the Biblical sense) whose apartments were a major turn off! I noticed you skipped the kitchen. But I understand -- you were touching on the vitals. Most folks don't venture into the kitchen for sleepovers unless they're feeling frisky. But if a fella's a partment is anything like mine (tiny) you can't miss the kitchen. Here's some tips for the domestic center of your household fellas. Wash your dishes. It's okay to have a few dirties in the sink, but if every dish you own is on the counter or in the sink it's nasty! If you can't muster the domestic abilities to keep your dishes washed, invest in a dishwasher and at least hide the dirties! Also, hide the garbage. You might think it's funny to have a huge curb-sized trash can in the middle of the kitchen, but most ladies will think it's gross. That's why we usually hide ours under the sink or in a broom closet. Here's a nother bathroom/bedroom tip: Hiding the dirties works in these places too. I don't want to have to try to guess which towels are clean and which are dirty in that pile in your bathroom -- get a hamper! Put the dirties in the hamper and (as Foxy brilliantly said) fold the clean fluffies for us. A pile of any kind of laundry is so not sexy. Get a hamper and use it. You don't have to be super-clean guy to have a nice apartment, just hide the dirties and maybe we'll get dirty with you -- in bed!
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Kate says

2007-11-23 12:39:32

Dave, you are absolutely right that all of the things Foxy mentions in her blog seem so basic that it is hard to believe any guy would try (let alone succeed) in getting a woman over to his house if it were that way. The fact that Foxy, I and I'm sure many other women have been witnesses to men's homes being deficient in all the ways she describes unfortunately means that you are probably OVERestimating some of your fellow men.
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Bertie says

2007-11-23 11:53:02

Dave, I won't speak to the cluelessness of some men, but I can attest to the ability of one woman to overlook or put up with a lot of stuff.
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Dave says

2007-11-23 11:51:21

A clean bathroom (with toilet paper included), towels, and clean sheets... and don't have a sex swing hanging in the corner?? Wow... How insightful!!! Seriously, if a guy can't figure this much out on his own-- is he really even going to figure out how to get a girl to come over in the first place?? ...or am I totally underestimating the cluelessness of some guys, and the ability of some women to put up with it and come over anyway?
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J-dude says

2007-11-23 11:01:56

Hey Foxy, you look lovely. I did notice you left out the UFC DVD's? Won't that, do it for you? :)
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Bertie says

2007-11-23 08:18:42

Well Foxy, I'm a neutral territory kinda chick.....so I haven't spent much time in their places. Shawn is the only guy I've introduced the boys to so he's the only one that been here. His house was a lot like being in mine. He and his brother were roomies and actually I was pretty comfortable with their mess since it was a lot like being at Mitch and Nick's house. I look forward to the day when I clean some part of my home and it stays that way. The other thing about being single, I've noticed, is not ever depending on a man to be prepared. Even after discussing the no party without a party hat rule, one or two have tried....No worries, the care package is in the console of the jeep.
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