#KamaSutraSundays: The Nutcracker

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#KamaSutraSundays: The Nutcracker:

***“A* man, who has seen and perceived the feelings of the girl towards him, and who has noticed the outward signs and movements by which those feelings are expressed, should do everything in his power to effect a union with her.”** – The Kama Sutra, Part III, Chapter III, “Courtship, and the Manifestation of the Feelings by Outward Signs and Deeds.

There’s a girl at the office. Or a coffee shop. Or a bar. You make eye contact and then begin to cycle mentally through the plethora of probabilities of what that means: Does she like what she sees? Was she just looking up? Should I talk to her? Do I have something on my face? IS THERE BLUEBERRY MUFFIN ON MY FACE!?

According to the Kama Sutra, you should most definitely talk to her (and wipe that blueberry muffin off your face; you look like a slob).

The majority of men faced with this situation simply smile and nod, completely unsure of the next step; by the time they realize that they should have just spoken up and said something, they’re halfway down the block, lost in their thoughts, about to be run over by a rogue cyclist.

But here’s the solution: The next time you catch a girl’s eye, in any situation really, go on the offensive. Use a pick-up line like “Hey, whoa, you can’t just look at me like that and not say anything.”

Is it forward? Yes. Will she be taken aback? Maybe. Will she roll her eyes and completely ignore you? Probably not, but if she does, so what? The point is: “You miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take.” Another piece of sage advice from a wizened source. {“pbembedwidget”:“video”,“id”:“1375”}


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