Since lately, I am Twilight obsessed, I am using Robert Pattinson, star of the Twilight movies as an example of what cute boys do. He’s an excellent example because his recent popularity proves my point that most of what he does is based on fantasy and wild erotic girlie imaginations gone awry. When left to their own devices, women / girls have a tendency to infer relationships based on these specific non-verbal signals which cute boys utilize. But it goes to show that when thrust into a feeding frenzy such as this phenom, much like the Harry Potter series has been to pre-adolescents everywhere (and adults like myself I might add) what women are buying into can be dangerous if they are being misled or believing the fantasy over the reality.
Forget what you’ve been taught browsing magazines while standing in line at the supermarket. Gorgeous guys know they’re gorgeous. They’ve been told countless times by fat, tall, geeky, adorable, sexy, fugly women everywhere. Most likely, they’ve been told this at birth even. When their awkward stage of pre-adolescence is over (for some boys this stage may never even exist), it will be hammered into their brains enough that they will recognize–albeit not always consciously–the power behind beauty. Let’s face it, cute guys can say and do pretty much whatever they want and very rarely will face consequences. The worst that can happen is that they’ll leave a bevy of beauties in their wake until they either grow old or ugly–whichever comes first.
Let us analyze, the many nuances to cute boys. [Photos provided by Google Images]
But besides the way they look, they often add other things to drive us crazy. They speak low, display their drowsy bedroom-eye looks at you and spread their pheremone-induced colognes all over themselves. It’s maddening to know the tactics that they use to ensnare women.
Beyond The Crush:
As long as a girl is aware that these overwhelming feelings of lust are temporary, then all is well. It’s only dangerous when the cute boy is without a job or is a creepy predator. Unfortunately, cute boys can be so convincing that one is caught in their cutesy web of deceit. That’s when feelings get hurt and it stops becoming a game and more of a sad state of affairs that can lead to cute-boy obsessions and in some cases, cute boy abuse. That’s never cool no matter how cute the boy is.
So enjoy the play, gals. Remember that it’s awesome as far as ego-boosting and honing one’s coquesttish skills go. Flirting is always a plus so long as you are fully aware that the crush is just that: a crush. Make sure that in the end it isn’t you that ends up crushed.
Be safe, be romantic, but most of all, be loved.