3 Ways Attractive Women Play Hard To Get

1. Be a little distant

For some reason, it’s been engraved in our brains that guys are just too dumb to realize we like them, and it’s up to us to let them know. I’m sorry, but . . . what?

We’ve made male romantic laziness a norm, and it needs to stop.

Instead of going after the guy, let him come to you.

Make him work for your attention because you deserve someone who’s willing to put in some effort. And if that effort doesn’t start in the beginning, then (newsflash!) it never will.

Women who play hard to get never act too interested. They never spend too much time chatting with a guy right after meeting him, and definitely no kissing on the first date.

If you worried that making him work might chase him off, then let him go. He wasn’t worth your time anyway.

2. Be a little skeptical

This goes for the safety of your heart AND your physical well-being.

Don’t take everything he says as truth. Unfortunately, people lie all the time, and you don’t always know what you’re getting yourself into.

Ask questions, do some digging, and figure out if the person you’re into is really who they say they are.

Until you’re comfortable enough to get that close with someone, keep him at a distance. Don’t tell them where you live or give out your cell number.

However you do it, keep control of guys’ access to you, and make sure he’s on the up-and-up.

3. Be a little busy

After reining in your male suitor, you might be tempted to fall into the comfort zone of 24-hour texting and getting as far up each other’s butts as (metaphorically) possible.

But I’m going to challenge you to STOP.

Your time is precious, and it shouldn’t be wasted on some guy you’re not even going to remember in 20 years. Make him prove that he’s deserving of your time by letting him know that you don’t have a lot of it to spare.

So let his calls go to voicemail and wait a day to text back. If that’s enough to scare him off, then good riddance.

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Couple Allegedly Abandoned Their Toddler To Play Pokémon Go

According to a statement released by the Pinal Country Sheriff’s Office, an Arizona couple was arrested on July 28 after abandoning their 2-year-old son to go play Pokémon Go.

The app, which is a virtual-reality type game for hunting Pokémon, requires users to travel around the area in order to play. Brent and Brianne Daley, who claimed they went out to get gas, were absent for up to 90 minutes, stopping at parks and shopping malls while their son was sleeping. However, the police were called when neighbors spotted the toddler outside the house, screaming, crying, and wearing nothing but a T-shirt and dirty diaper.

Sheriff Paul Babeu is all too familiar with the consequences of civilians getting too wrapped up in the game, but this was the worst offense yet.

“Our agency and many other law enforcement agencies have been warning people about personal safety while playing this interactive Smartphone game, but we never would have imagined that parents would abandoned a child to play Pokémon Go,” he said in a statement. “This goes beyond comprehension.”

Brent and Brianne Daley were arrested for child neglect and endangerment. The state Department of Child Services took custody of their son.

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Meet The Actor Who Will Play Tupac In Forthcoming Biopic (PHOTO)

With production underway for Tupac’s highly-anticipated biopic All Eyez On Me, details have surfaced little by little on the film’s synopsis. Now, the actor who’ll assume the role of the late rapper has been revealed.

Demetrius Shipp Jr. was named as the person to portray Pac on the silver screen, and was asked by producer L.T. Hutton to take on the role because of his similar features with the “Ghetto Gospel” MC. TMZ reports that Shipp’s father also met the legendary artist during his career in the music industry.

This will be Shipp’s first major acting job, and he’ll appear alongside Jamal Woodard, the same person who played Biggie Smalls in the biopic Notorious (2009).

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The motion picture, which has been a controversial topic since its inception, will highlight Tupac’s road to being your favorite artist’s favorite artist to his 1996 death in Las Vegas, Nev.

There’s no release date just yet on the Benny Boom-directed reel.

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