When Michael Lockwood was a single divorced dad, he'd often write down dating advice that he planned to give to his daughters when they grew up. Here's an excerpt. Too many women sell themselves short by settling for a man with an attractive exterior. A man who is overly concerned with himself and his material things has no room to value you.
Online dating and online car shopping are the same. Can they lead to love?
Our friends over at Zoosk did some digging, pulling exclusive photo data which hints that the inclusion of certain cars in profile pictures — for both men and women — may help in terms of meeting new people on the app. Having a Toyota in your photo increases your inbound messages by 73 percent, generic vans by 61 percent, with sedans and trucks around the 40 percent mark. Sure, referencing your truck or that fact that you can drive in general will increase your inbound messages by 48 and 11 percent, respectively, but going on and on about your Ford or Dodge will get you nowhere. Besides, the photos of you should be what ultimately decides how much attention you receive, not the car you own. Just try smiling and see how that works for you. Search AskMen Search.
Dating someone who is overly attached to their car is more like dating two people. The man, and the man's car. It is a full-time job to keep up with not only your relationship but your man and his car relationship as well. In this list, I'm going to give 10 tips of advice for you to not only expect, but to experience while dating a car guy. Conversations will normally consist of his next waxing, the newest part he plans to buy, or how clean his car happens to look that day.
He's cute, fun, smart and you can't stop thinking about him. You're already three steps ahead of the game, mentally planning weddings, children and that giant house with the white picket fence. Finally, after all these years, the perfect relationship has finally been found. Happily ever after sure feels good, huh? Not so fast.