Saturday, October 3, 2009

25 Little Things You Do That Guys Secretly Love

Men name your most bewitching quirks and adorable habits. Why do they like this stuff? No clue, but the message is clear: When you're with him, be yourself. Totally, completely, sometimes even bizarrely yourself.

"Sometimes when we're hanging out alone at home, my normally serious fiancée will run at top speed across a room and jump into my arms. No explanation, just a full-on leap and straddle. I love it." — Dave Hepburn, 32, Nassau, Bahamas

"She does an I-have-been-fed dance after I cook a good meal." — Kurt Harfmann, 28, Boynton Beach, Fla.

"She's sentimental in a wonderfully specific way: Romantic dramas full of heartache and strife don't elicit a single tear, but Wall-E gets her crying every time." — Christopher Mize, 29, New York City

"I love how her underwear and bra always have to match. Like, always. Even when all we're doing is going to the corner store." — Jarrod Holland, 34, Wilmington, N.C.

"My wife tucks her PJs under her pillow in the morning. Whenever I strip the sheets from the bed to do laundry, I find at least 10 T-shirts and five pairs of pajama bottoms wedged between the bed and the wall. I could get annoyed — especially since the T-shirts are usually mine — but it is such an endearing routine that I have to laugh." — Billy Mann, 26, Hoboken, N.J.

"I get a kick out of how my girlfriend meticulously indexes all of her songs in iTunes, including artists, full song titles, album cover art, song lyrics, songwriters, genre, year released and on and on." — B.J. Puttbrese, 27, Nashville, Tenn.

"Whenever there's a thunderstorm, she leads me into the bedroom and asks me to lie down with her and just listen." — Kenji Jasper, 34, Atlanta

"I travel a lot for work. When I come home from a trip, I often find that my fiancée has been wearing whatever sweater or sweatshirt I had on before I left, no matter how oversize it is on her petite frame. It's her way of staying close to me when I'm away." — Kevin Feyen, 34, Danville, Calif.

"When my wife gets hot chocolate with whipped cream on top, she takes two coffee stirrers and uses them like chopsticks to eat all of the cream before she even thinks about taking a sip." — Chris Hermosilla, 29, Lincoln Park, N.J.

taken from Glamour Mag...

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