I’m a pretty good catch but, for some reason, the guys I come across always make me feel like they’re doing me a favor. They’re not — and, at this point, I’m only willing to date guys who act like they’re lucky to have me. Isn’t that what a relationship should be? Two people who really appreciate other.
I deserve a boyfriend who’s an actual friend.
I’m sick of my female friends telling me about how perfect I am while all of the men in my life treat me like crap. I want a guy who sees me the same way that my best friends do, except with an added sexual element.
Love the little things about me.
I don’t want you to like the obvious things, like my boobs and blue eyes. I want you to love the little things about me I didn’t even realize existed, like the cute way I tilt my head when I read or how I hum whenever I hit a stoplight.
Don’t make me feel like I’m privileged to have you.
I shouldn’t jump for joy every single time you respond to a text message. I shouldn’t have to thank you again and again when you agree to meet my parents, either. I should expect you to do nice things — I shouldn’t be shocked when you do nice things.
Show me you deserve me.
If you realized how lucky you are to have me, then you wouldn’t cancel plans at the last second or fall asleep before I had the opportunity to orgasm. You’d make sure that I was taken care of. You’d do whatever you could to keep me happy.
Tell me I’m amazing.
I’m used to men complaining about how I nag them too much about chores or sound too desperate when I blow up their phone. It would be nice to hear someone talk about how sweet and sexy I am for a change. I already know I’m amazing, but I want to know that you know it.
Love me for more than my looks.
I don’t want to waste my time with losers anymore. If the only things you like about me are my upper and lower lips, then I don’t want to be with you. I want someone who loves my brain as much as he loves my body.
Acknowledge all that I do.
Most men don’t realize how much money I spend on my appearance, how long it takes me to clean the apartment, or how much energy it takes to do my job. But I want you to recognize how hard I work on a daily basis. I want you to tell me that you’re proud of me, even when I feel like a failure.
Be the best boyfriend you can be.
Put your full effort into our relationship. That’s all I ask of you. I just want you to enjoy the fact that you have a wonderful woman like me, while I enjoy the fact that I have a wonderful man like you, so we can live in mutual bliss.
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