Women overtime have come up different things to do to make their men happy. However some of the things have been noted and cited by men as a bit appalling. Maybe before now, they were things that could get any man in any woman’s palm. But in this age and time, they are found to be more irritating than endearing
Check out which one of the listed things you do as a woman. And the ones your man may have been enduring
Taking a shower together -. Unless it is a huge bath tub, I don’t see why a man and a woman should share the bathroom. Few people live in houses with bathtubs. Bathrooms in our houses are not necessarily spacious to accommodate two adults. Besides, they are slippery, making the idea of making love a hazardous affair, in as much as women might wish for it. Besides, men and women have different bathroom practices. If anything, the standard male showering procedure – expelling stuff from the nose and throat, pissing etc, will be disgusting to a woman.
The notion of cuddling after sex- All men dread cuddling for the simple reason that we have accomplished the mission. Besides, sex is a sleep-inducing exercise for men; I cannot go into the metabolism of it all. More to the point, we dread the topics that women tend to come up with afterwards. It is always about commitment and that scary sentence in the history of dating: Where is this heading (mostly nowhere), but we can’t tell you to the face, lest we hurt you. So, let him just sleep and bring up the topic in the morning, after a strong cup of coffee.
Public displays of affection. Kenyan men are averse to displaying love in the open. Remember we were colonized by the Britons, and we never got quite over Victorian mores. Hence, we are always shy holding your hand in public or your handbag as a sign of love. Unless we are drunk, kissing you and hugging you tightly in public sometimes makes us uncomfortable and feel like sinking into the ground.
Calling Of Pet Names. Most men, I know are embarrassed by names such as sweets, hun or baby. You call us that in public and among our peers; it comes across as a sign of not getting over teenage obsessions. Privately, it is fine. Publicly, we somehow loathe the idea of being tied down. Unless, we have publicly acknowledged you, resist from the assumption. There are men who are comfortable, however. Bless them.
Finally, using our pictures on your social media page without consent never augurs well with us.