What guy hasn't stopped and asked himself at some point if ALL women are crazy? Well, who better to ponder such deep questions with than a woman? So I invited Heather Havenwood from Dating Triggers to be my co-host, and what do you know? She gladly accepted. (I think, 'What took you so long?' were her exact words.) Now, you may know that the whole topic of psycho chicks is a rather touchy one for me, so you can expect the epic rant you bargained for. What you might NOT be expecting is what Heather contributes to the conversation. In the end, you're guaranteed to be one step farther away from getting tangled up with the WRONG woman. All this and more, after we answer a solid voicemail from David in Oklahoma who asks, 'Where am I supposed to meet women?' Here's a hint: don't even think about 'man spandex'. Are you man enough to accept The Big 4 Man Challenge? http://www.big4man.com
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We love women. We love having sex with women. We've heard that women love to have sex with us also. But how is it that some guys seem to turn women on so effortlessly, while the vast majority of others are left completely mystified? In case you haven't heard already, the ability to make women hot for you is a learned skill...the art of creating 'sexual tension'. Tragically, most men completely misunderstand the concept, if they bother to even TRY to wrap their heads around it at all...hence the proliferation of bad texting and lame sexual innuendo that goes on. So what in the world ARE we talking about here? How DO you make it happen? And how are we supposed to reconcile being a 'sexual threat' with the recent proliferation of YouTube videos that would have us believe we're practically rapists if we even talk to a woman on the street? Most of all, how come all of those pickup artists who were telling us that 'marriage is for wimps' back in 2005 all have wives and kids now? New Yorker Chris 'Sixty' Anderson joins me to handle all of those questions and more...including one from Dennis in New Jersey who dropped us a line to ask if being thirty pounds overweight is what's REALLY killing his mojo lately. Be sure to get the newsletter if you aren't already: http://www.thechickwhisperer.com
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