5 Things Men Wish Women Knew

While you may envision most guys only think about sports, beer, and sex, believe it or not, they’re actually thinking about you, too. Or in this case, what they wish you knew about them. We checked in with guys ages 19 to 56 — everyone from doctors to NFL players and music industry stars. Here’s what they had to say:

You’re more powerful than you think:“In that single moment when you glance in our direction, we lock eyes, and all we feel is our heart beating through your chest, you have us. And there is absolutely nothing we can do about it!” -Alexander T. MacGregor, Jr., 19, Editor-in-Chief of The Boulevardier 

Confidence is sexier than any lingerie:“Men already love your body as it is but when you’re confident, it’s even more of a turn on! Along those lines…lingerie is way overrated! -Benjamin Watson, 30, NFL Tight End


Let me think I’m the funniest guy you know: “Ladies, we don’t like when you’re laughing too hard at another man’s jokes. Unless we’re at a comedy club or he’s your father, there’s no reason for that. -Thomas Howard, 28, NFL Linebacker

We care about much more than looks: “Women need to know that looks aren’t the only thing that matters to us. If I want to be in a relationship with somebody, I need to have a deeper connection with them than just the physical. The best thing that a woman could do to attract me is to be herself.” -Aaron Carter, 23, Actor/Singer

There’s always an exception: “For every rule or guideline to dating that you read about in magazines, there is always an exception!” -Kyle Erickson, 25, Celebrity Publicist

Guys, are there other things outside this list that you wish your girl knew? Share your thoughts with us!

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5 Facts About High School That We Don’t Realize Until Too Late

Maybe kids today are already wise enough to see these things, but back when I was in school, it would have been nice to know that …

#5. The Things That Make You Cool Now Mean Nothing After Graduation. It’s a sort of social hierarchy that’s built around a person’s activities, looks, fashion sense and taste in entertainment, a power structure that seems to mean everything for a few years and immediately evaporates within days of graduation.

#4. Not Every Teacher Knows What They’re Teaching. When you’re a kid, you don’t realize that your teachers aren’t necessarily any wiser than the average person, and may in fact be undergoing medication for numerous mental illnesses.


#3. No One Gives a Crap About Your Crusades. Remember, most of what matters in here probably doesn’t matter out there. It’s a bubble where all of the priorities are upside-down — the contest for Prom King is huge, the kid getting terrorized by bullies means nothing.

#2. Pep Rallies Are Commercials. They’re not trying to get the team pumped up. They’re trying to get you pumped up, because the games need to make money.

#1. Nobody Has Any Clue What They’re Talking About. Everybody has an opinion, and never in my life have I heard people so eager to express those opinions than when I was in high school. Eventually, you find that the opinions you used to have weren’t actually your opinions at all, but rather a soupy puddle of other people’s regurgitated ideas that sounded cool at the time. It’s part of growing up.

A few years after graduation, it’ll all make sense. Maybe you can pass this article along to your own teenage relatives and watch them roll their eyes. Then you can sit back and watch the cycle start all over again with them.

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