We men probably read way too much into what are probably the most innocent things. I’m guilty and most men I know are too. It can be the most simple text, emoticon, or social media update but we are always thinking dirty. Trust me.
A perfect example of this is a social media post I read this morning. This extremely hot girl that I know posted “you can bet your ass that the next car I get will have butt warmers.” Pretty innocent right? The poor girl is probably just making reference to the recent cold weather and how nice it would be to have this feature on her vehicle. You want to know the first thought that popped in my head? I immediately thought to myself, girl I’d warm that ass up for you right now! Horrible right? I must be demented right? Well, yes I am and what is sad is that most of the males I know will think the same thing. The girl knows she is hot as hell and here she is making a reference to her ass on social media. My sneaky suspicion is that she wanted the attention, at least a little. She could have simply said, man I wish I had seat warmers and left out the “butt” reference.
Another little known fact to most women is how the use of emoticons in your texts, messages, and emails are perceived. By the way, I’ve never been proven wrong about this one personally. Sometime ago I had a thing for this girl. She was hot and we were around each other from time to time for work reasons. I began by emailing her about work stuff. After a week or so, the emails began to take a more friendly and flirty tone. I was paving the way and testing the waters because she had a boyfriend and I wasn’t sure how serious it was. A couple weeks went by and I was complimenting her body in her Facebook swimsuit pictures. This entire time she and I both used emoticons but basically stuck to the smiley face. All of a sudden, she hit me with a winking smiley face. I knew I had her! Let me clarify that it doesn’t mean that I tricked her; it simply means that I perceived that smiley face as her sexual interest in me. Guess what, I was clearly correct. By the way, I shared that secret with her after awhile and she seemed shocked to learn that fact. She might have known or she might have simply been doing that subconsciously. Either way, it was a message sent and well received.
So ladies just remember that if you are actually not into a guy, beware of what your messages are saying about your interest. I’m sure there are exceptions to this rule, but I have not personally found one yet. Once the winking smiley face, the kissing emoticon, or anything other than the smiley face is brought out, we automatically think that you want the “d”!