What do men really want in a woman?

What do men really want in a woman?

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Just want to know

Mountain Home, AR

#1 Oct 5, 2008
Ok, guys, here's your chance! What do good men in the 50ish age range look for in a woman IF they are looking for a good woman. I'm talking, love, long lasting relationship leading to marriage, Christian, etc.? I'm serious here, so don't be cruel! Just truthful answers, ok? and please, not the bar scene.
trudinator

West Fork, AR

#2 Oct 5, 2008
Well I am a female and would like to share with you what my father taught me about men. He was always honest about this. A man wants a women to look her best and act like a lady in public with him, a slut in the bedroom, and a good cook in the kitchen. That is basically all men care about, sex and food!
meme

Bragg City, MO

#3 Oct 5, 2008
Most men would like a woman that can get through one day without lying.
All By Myself

Mountain Home, AR

#4 Oct 5, 2008
I'm not a liar. I may be a lot of things, but I can't stand lying, even if it hurts. And I don't like to be like to, either. The truth may hurt, but not as bad as being told something wonderful and then find out it was a lie. I can take care of myself, just need the right one to share my life with, by best buddy, my lover, my better half. I am attractive and can really look good to go out and can be a slut in the bedroom with "my mah" and I can cook. I'm pretty well rounded (not physically) aa far as knowing how things work in life except when it comes to men and seems I stump my toe everytime. Thanks anyway.
no really

United States

#5 Oct 5, 2008
trudinator wrote:
Well I am a female and would like to share with you what my father taught me about men. He was always honest about this. A man wants a women to look her best and act like a lady in public with him, a slut in the bedroom, and a good cook in the kitchen. That is basically all men care about, sex and food!
This is what my mamma told me. Taught me well. A woman wants a man who looks his best and act like a gentleman in public. His eyes on her only, a slut in the bedroom, and a great cook on the grill. See the situation is the same. Women want the same things that men do. Sex and Food, its all good.
chad haywood

United States

#6 Oct 6, 2008
well i can honestly say that you are all wrong cause that isn't what we want thats just what we tell our buddies to sound cool what we want is a loveing lady who will hold us at night cook for us when we are hungry an tell us tomarrow will be better when we have had a bad day. how can we be happy with less hell a guy can have a one night stand anytime they want an fallow it up with breakfest at MC'Ds if you want us to stay give us a home cooked meal we are like dogs we won't leave if you feed us. just a little of what men are looking for
Fair e nuf

United States

#7 Oct 7, 2008
chad haywood wrote:
well i can honestly say that you are all wrong cause that isn't what we want thats just what we tell our buddies to sound cool what we want is a loveing lady who will hold us at night cook for us when we are hungry an tell us tomarrow will be better when we have had a bad day. how can we be happy with less hell a guy can have a one night stand anytime they want an fallow it up with breakfest at MC'Ds if you want us to stay give us a home cooked meal we are like dogs we won't leave if you feed us. just a little of what men are looking for


You sound like a nice, caring man. Let me ask you a question. I'm sure I'm older than you (over 50, under 60), but if you had 2 dates that went well, no sex, just getting to know each other, talking, etc., would you just walk away and not tell the woman anything..ever? I may be wrong, but I think if "he" didn't want to see me anymore, that he would at least have the guts to call and say SOMETHING out of pure courtesy. Like, "I've met someone else, I like you, but we don't seem to have much in common, etc?". Am I wrong, or is he just being rude? Maybe I'm from the old school and expect men to be men. He was the one doing the pursuing to start with, gave me his phone numbers, etc., now won't answer his phone. Just a terrible lack of communication or what? I know we all have our issues, but I was actually afraid something bad had happened to him.
sounds

United States

#8 Oct 7, 2008
like his (wife or girlfriend) happened
Vote2008

Durham, NC

#9 Oct 7, 2008
Fair e nuf wrote:
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You sound like a nice, caring man. Let me ask you a question. I'm sure I'm older than you (over 50, under 60), but if you had 2 dates that went well, no sex, just getting to know each other, talking, etc., would you just walk away and not tell the woman anything..ever? I may be wrong, but I think if "he" didn't want to see me anymore, that he would at least have the guts to call and say SOMETHING out of pure courtesy. Like, "I've met someone else, I like you, but we don't seem to have much in common, etc?". Am I wrong, or is he just being rude? Maybe I'm from the old school and expect men to be men. He was the one doing the pursuing to start with, gave me his phone numbers, etc., now won't answer his phone. Just a terrible lack of communication or what? I know we all have our issues, but I was actually afraid something bad had happened to him.
You're from the old school, dear. Sorry he treated you badly, but you'll find very few men have balls these days to face a woman and express their feelings by saying, "Hey, just wanted you know..." Not going to happen. I'm not sure when you last dated, but it has been this way for a long time now.

You want to meet a nice man, one that you have things in common with? Right now, today, stop focusing on "the man," and begin focusing on the things you like to do, the places you like to go. If you are into travel, get in that car & go; if you lonely, go to Church, that is what a community in faith is about; if you're bored, go to the movies. Think about the things that interest you, and pull up anchor and go do it - my guess is that in no time you will meet someone who shares your interests. Just be careful, it is pretty ugly out there in the world of relationships. I am not going to wish you luck, because this about YOU! I am going to wish you FUN!
you go girl

United States

#10 Oct 7, 2008
Vote2008 wrote:
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You're from the old school, dear. Sorry he treated you badly, but you'll find very few men have balls these days to face a woman and express their feelings by saying, "Hey, just wanted you know..." Not going to happen. I'm not sure when you last dated, but it has been this way for a long time now.
You want to meet a nice man, one that you have things in common with? Right now, today, stop focusing on "the man," and begin focusing on the things you like to do, the places you like to go. If you are into travel, get in that car & go; if you lonely, go to Church, that is what a community in faith is about; if you're bored, go to the movies. Think about the things that interest you, and pull up anchor and go do it - my guess is that in no time you will meet someone who shares your interests. Just be careful, it is pretty ugly out there in the world of relationships. I am not going to wish you luck, because this about YOU! I am going to wish you FUN!
That is the best advice I have heard in a long time. I would take that advice and try to live by it. I think it will make a difference for you. I believe these are the words a christian counselor would give you as well.3302
chad haywood

United States

#11 Oct 8, 2008
Fair e nuf wrote:
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You sound like a nice, caring man. Let me ask you a question. I'm sure I'm older than you (over 50, under 60), but if you had 2 dates that went well, no sex, just getting to know each other, talking, etc., would you just walk away and not tell the woman anything..ever? I may be wrong, but I think if "he" didn't want to see me anymore, that he would at least have the guts to call and say SOMETHING out of pure courtesy. Like, "I've met someone else, I like you, but we don't seem to have much in common, etc?". Am I wrong, or is he just being rude? Maybe I'm from the old school and expect men to be men. He was the one doing the pursuing to start with, gave me his phone numbers, etc., now won't answer his phone. Just a terrible lack of communication or what? I know we all have our issues, but I was actually afraid something bad had happened to him.
well I cant speak for him however the girl i married could have never let me have a kiss an i would still be wraped around her little finger some men want more than what they are worth there for you are better for him not talking to to you. you will find someone who will make you happy and he will be great.
Fair e nuf

Enterprise, AL

#12 Oct 8, 2008
chad haywood wrote:
<quoted text>well I cant speak for him however the girl i married could have never let me have a kiss an i would still be wraped around her little finger some men want more than what they are worth there for you are better for him not talking to to you. you will find someone who will make you happy and he will be great.
I figure he has some issues after some things he told me. We all have issues, but I don't need many more. I'm sure you are right, if he's no more man than that, I'm better off without him. I admit I need a strong man because I'm a strong-willed woman. I don't need a "pantywaist", or however you spell it! lol I need the take charge type that isn't afraid or intimidated by an intelligent, strong-willed woman. I can be sexy, sensual, as well, and I CAN run things, if I have to, but had rather be 1/2 of a really good, loving, caring, relationship and I'm happy letting the man in my life "take care of me" so to speak. Not financially, but as leader of the pack! lol
Best woman

Normangee, TX

#13 Oct 10, 2008
What is the perfect woman

Beautiful,
Deaf and Dumb,
Oversexed,
Won the lottery,
And owns a sporting goods/liquor store!
Former Resident

Simmesport, LA

#14 Oct 10, 2008
You forgot the bass boat! Or does that fall under "won the lottery" or maybe "sporting goods store"? lol
trudinator

West Fork, AR

#15 Oct 10, 2008
chad haywood wrote:
well i can honestly say that you are all wrong cause that isn't what we want thats just what we tell our buddies to sound cool what we want is a loveing lady who will hold us at night cook for us when we are hungry an tell us tomarrow will be better when we have had a bad day. how can we be happy with less hell a guy can have a one night stand anytime they want an fallow it up with breakfest at MC'Ds if you want us to stay give us a home cooked meal we are like dogs we won't leave if you feed us. just a little of what men are looking for
So like I said you want sex and to be fed. Dah! You put your foot in your mouth!
my two cents

Lexington, OK

#16 Oct 25, 2008
A man likes someone who makes him feel special. Thats the most important thing.
polock

Portsmouth, NH

#17 Oct 27, 2008
communication, trustful, caring, affection.

and a sweet ass isn't bad either :D
Vote2008

Durham, NC

#18 Oct 28, 2008
Just want to know wrote:
Ok, guys, here's your chance! What do good men in the 50ish age range look for in a woman IF they are looking for a good woman. I'm talking, love, long lasting relationship leading to marriage, Christian, etc.? I'm serious here, so don't be cruel! Just truthful answers, ok? and please, not the bar scene.
They want sex - they want it in the kitchen, in the living room, in the bedroom, in the bathroom, in the car, in the truck, under the truck, over the truck, in the woods, in the barn - they just don't want it during football, baseball, hunting in the woods with the ones they really love, and they especially do not want the woman in their life stepping out in her leather dominatrix gear with her whip in hand trying to spank them when they're having beer-buddies over.

Whew, I think that covers it - SWAT - down, down, who's the bad boy (SWAT, SWAT), go on, get out of here. Not while I'm typing!
polock

Portsmouth, NH

#19 Oct 29, 2008
if all men wanted was sex, we'd just go get a hooker, there's more to life than just sex, sex just makes us not punch babies

(joke no one get pissed off)
secret

Vilonia, AR

#20 Oct 29, 2008
I've been happily married to my husband for 32 years. I will tell you the secret: men want good food and lots of sex. There it is.

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