FOF #1387 – Bring in ‘da Sexy, Bring in ‘da Funk

May 26, 2011 · 1985 views

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Want to look hot? If you’re trying to capture the attention of someone who fancies masculinity, try not smiling so much to turn him or her on. A new study shows that heterosexual men like smiling women, but hetero women like men who don’t smile. So what do LGBT folks like?

Join us as we take a look at sexyness and emotion. What gestures do we do to turn other people on?


  1. Tony C says:

    Really fun and interesting show today!

  2. Andy says:

    Very funny show!
    My motto for a date or if I go out to meet guys is “Expect nothing and be prepared for everything”. I always try not to take myself and the date too serious, feel in what kind of mood the guy is and listen what he has to say. If does not got well at least I try to get a drink or even a dinner from him before I move on to the next guy.

    Those arrogant guys who only look for “straight acting guys” are the worst, they usually take themselves too serious and are insecure but it is fun to piss them off.

  3. Steve says:

    Good show! Here in Bolivia I have a problem I never had in the States. We only have one gay bar here in La Paz, “El Chamaco”, and being a gringo is enough to be seen as someone with $$$ and an apt. of my own. Since most of the guys here have neither, many of them hit on me in the hopes of sharing the “wealth”. It was beguiling at first, until I realized what was going down. So I always have to second-guess why they’re coming on to me. Luckily my partner of 4 years fends most of them off, but I’m a sitting ‘uck if he isn’t at my side. I never thought I would be seen as a potential sugar-daddy; it’s uncomfortable. When it comes to letting a guy know if I were interested, eye contact and asking him to dance is enough the get the ball(s) rolling. And if there’s interest I don’t have to offer to buy him a drink – he asks me to buy him one!

  4. Angela says:

    Like Marc said, I don’t think I ever caught anyone I tried to pursue. Even now being happily married and on the receiving end of regular compliments from others, I don’t know precisely what I’ve done to get lucky in the past. Except with my first girlfriend: I was hanging out with a friend on the campus quad and re-enacting some of Eddie Izzard’s stand-up routine for her, and First GF observed us and thought I was cute and funny (never mind unoriginal). So, yeah, imitate a male transvestite to attract college-age lesbians! :p

  5. Alex says:

    Tips to be more attractive backed by psychology studies.

    1. When asking a guy for his telephone number/a date or any other request touch him lightly on the upper arm.

    2. When on a first date at the beginning disagree with your date a little and progressively begin to agree with them more as the date goes on.

    3. Lightly mirror your date’s body language but be careful not to be too obvious,

    4. Try to ask questions which get your date to think about themselves in an unusual way – good examples would be questions that start: if you were ……………

    5. In dating profiles and classifieds keep to a ratio of 70% information about you and 30% about the person you are looking for.

  6. Barrett says:

    I feel like asking open-ended questions and not asking too many questions is a solid plan of attack. Lightly and occasionally touching someone’s arm or leg and repeating their name as you speak to them too. If it’s loud and you have to talk into someone’s ear (and your breath isn’t rank), exhaling just a little extra bit on their neck as your talking can rile someone up. But I don’t find any kind of thrill in a chase. I feel like it brings out a manipulative quality in me. I also feel like it’s too easy to feed someone’s narcissism when your flirting and I’m too proud of a ho to sit around jacking off someone’s id all night in the hopes of maybe getting their number.

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