What Irish women want in a man
At last the secret is disclosed and it will surprise many males
NOTE: Charm and charisma can be applied here too.
Whisk a lady off her feet in whatever way you see fit. It's doesn't have to be an ostentatious gesture. You can keep it simple. Irish woman love romance. Take her dancing; take her out to dinner; long walks on the beach. Kiss her for no reason. Treat her like the lady that she is. It doesn’t need to be a huge public display of affection, just let her know you are in tune with your emotions and not afraid to show her. A bunch of flowers here and a dinner date there, throw in the occasional gift and you’re on a winner streak.
No one likes a wimp. Especially an Irish woman. In all fairness Irish men have a lot going for themselves in this department. We like men who can hold their own. You don’t need to be pumping iron at the gym seven nights a week or building garden sheds on your day off. No just simply be at one with your masculine side. Irish woman are an independent bunch, but we are still human beings who need a man where if duty calls, can hunt and gather like our ancestors.
Sense of adventure
Of course the adventurous streak is not just about getting on a plane. It's about a desire to try new things, eat new food, take up new hobbies. Irish woman will pull you out of that comfort zone and throw you on that raging bull and by God you better be ready, willing and able.
Wit and humility
Irish women love to laugh, and there is nothing better than a man who knows how to crack a joke. Don't despair we are not looking for the next Conan O'Brien, but a merely sense of humor will suffice. Humor is important. Laughter is a great foundation for any relationship. But you must have the ability to laugh at yourself as well. We are quite a laid back, sassy league of ladies. So the more you make her laugh, the more you win her over.
So there you have it. Simple and concise, the above pointers are a sure way to find the key to your favorite Irish woman's heart.
So what are you waiting for?