Ann Arbor may be the best city for singles, but only if you're into insensitive jerks, according to new rankings from online dating site The site recently ranked Ann Arbor as the city where you're least likely to find a sensitive man. Cesere | Ann The online dating site reportedly used its own data based on personality profiles of American singles to rank the cities, with Pompano Beach, Fla.; Roanoke, Va.; and West Hollywood, Calif., topping the list. But different men do it differently; and these 10 cities are packed with a certain kind of man, what I call BUILDERS — men who express a constellation of personality traits linked with the serotonin system in the brain,” said Dr.A Michigan fan dances to the Rocky and Bullwinkle song played by the Michigan Marching Band during the football game against San Diego State at Michigan Stadium on Sept. Ann Arbor's association with the University of Michigan got it labeled as a big college sports town, which affected its ranking. Helen Fisher, Chemistry.com's chief scientific adviser. She described a sensitive man as one who "wants to do the right thing." Sensitive men also deeply value loyalty, duty, respectability and proper moral conduct. A couple of tips to enhance one's sensitivity: ' The American Gentlemen's Guide to Politeness'.
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Promptitude and self-possession may do good service to humanity and the fair, at such a juncture.
Should you observe ladies whom you know, unattended by a gentleman, alighting from or entering a carriage, especially if there is no footman, and the driver maintains his seat, at once advance, hold the door open, and offer your hand, or protect a dress from the wheel, or the like, and bowing, pass on, all needed service rendered; or, if more familiarity and your own wish sanction it, accompany them where they may chance to be entering." " Upon passing servants, or other inferiors in station, whom you wish to recognize, in the street, it is a good practice, without bowing or touching the hat, to salute them in a kindly voice.
When you meet a gentleman whom you know, walking with one or more ladies, with whom you are not acquainted, bow with grave respect to them also.
Politeness requires that upon meeting ladies and gentlemen together, with both of whom one is acquainted, that one should lift the hat as he approaches them, and bowing first to the ladies, include the gentleman in a sweeping motion, or a succeeding bow, as the case permits..." A A Resident Tue, Feb 28, 2012 : a.m. The sports label is true because if you've ever been here on gameday, the level of obnoxiousness increases significantly (I have another, preferred term but I know if I post it, my comment will be gone). Most women do not want men who value loyalty, duty, respectibility, and proper moral conduct. They love men with flaws they think they can change. I guess I'm not most women, then, genetracy, nor are my friends.
Their conclusions are based on the personality profiles men fill out for a dating site???? Men with flaws may be what men think we want, but we actually are hoping for men who are loyal and honorable from the get-go.
Ha, what they've actually discovered is which cities have the biggest liars. We know we don't have an ice cube's chance in hades to change those men who think their flaws are charming.