Top 10 Things Women Hate About Men

As a blog dedicated to teaching men the science behind their behaviour, we have decided to write our post today on the flaws behind their behaviour. Once again, we went out on the streets to question women: If you had to choose one thing you hate about men, what would it be?

As follows, a list of the most popular responses (in no particular order):
  1. Men who are disrespectful: With this we refer to the sense of worth a man gives to others. When there is a lack of this, it speaks a lot about a man's principles.  
  2. Men who lack good conversation: A man without ideas is a man not worth sharing time with.
  3. Men who are unhygienic: This applies not only to grooming, but also the way they keep their apartment. A poorly kept man is just the tip of the iceberg for other problems that may surface later on.  
  4. Men who have too many vices: Lincoln did say “Show me a man without vice and I’ll show you a man without virtue”, nevertheless when this is taken too far, the virtues are not worth as much anymore.
  5. Men who constantly adjust their private parts: Not the best sight for sore eyes.
  6. Men who are childish: It is ok if a man still holds the playfulness of a child, it is a completely different thing when this behaviour spills over to other aspects of daily life.
  7. Men who are idle for too long: Sitting all day in front of a TV, over a bag of chips, may be ok for a while, but do it for a long time and it may begin to press the wrong the buttons.
  8. Men who lack sincerity: Simply put, “In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act”.
  9. Men who stop making an effort: When men take for granted what they have, they stop making an effort. In relationships, generic presents like flowers and chocolates may sit well if they are unsuspected, but use them all the time and their effect may surely begin to wane.  
  10. Men who forget: It is the little details that count. When men happen to keep at heart what they hold dear, they send the best message to their significant others to show that they matter.
We would love to hear what you think. Is there anything you think this list is missing? Is there anything you disagree with? Let us know in the comment section below.

If you would like to read our post on the Top 10 ThingsWomen Find Attractive in Men, please follow the link. 

How to Handle a Bar Fight

It is the middle of the night and you decide to make your way into a quaint bar on the corner of a dark alley. As you come inside, your cologne and confidence happens to attract the attention of a few people seated by the entrance. You decide to take a seat and a tall, brunette bartender approaches you.

“What are you having?”
“Santa Teresa on the rocks please”.

The chill, mellow music collides perfectly with the rustic, wooden, low-light setting. After a few drinks, chatting with some girls and just enjoying the night, you decide to make your move on the girl you have set your eyes on. Just as you are walking through the bar, you bump shoulders with another guy.

This doesn't sit well with him, his alcohol intake overtakes his rational judgement and this triggers some prehistoric alpha male instincts. He starts laying hands on you and being confrontive.

What should you do?

1 The Best Bar Fight Victory, Is the One that Never Occurs.

Bar fights often occur for stupid reasons.  Adrenaline mixed with alcohol rushes to the brain, one guy quickly escalates the situation and you find yourself in the middle of a hassle. Stay calm, maintain a confident stance. Don't show you are afraid and try talking to the other person. Your first priority should be to avoid any type of roughhouse. Swallow your pride, be the bigger man, and apologize (even if it's not your fault). This might dissolve the situation and you can continue with the rest of your night.

2 Walk Away

If talking to the guy doesn't work, try walking away from the scene. With open palms , bring your hands to shoulder height  (this is also, to be ready in case he decides to attack), state that you don't want any trouble and start backing away from the scene. It is important to never turn around and leave him out of your sight, he might decide to strike you while you're not looking.

3 Assume a Fighting Stance

If you are still being threatened, assume a proper fighting position. Spread your legs to about shoulder width apart, slightly bring your dominant leg further away, and bend your knees a little bit. The goal is to maintain balance so you don't go to the ground. Close your hands into a fist, and bring your thumbs on top of your fingers. Keep your fists close to your face (this is to protect yourself) and clench your teeth.  An open mouth can lead to a broken jaw. 

4 Hit First.

If you don't see any way around fighting, be the one who hits first. Many times fights can end with one punch, so make sure your are the first one to hit. Aim for the jaw. If your opponent is not ready, the chances are that a first punch to the jaw might seal the deal. Bring the force from your feet all the way to your hand.

5 Bring Your Wild Animal Out.

Remember this is a street fight. You are not competing for honor or a gold medal. You are here to survive, anything goes. In many cases, people who don't know how to fight win because they unleash their animal side. So take your best war cry and charge the guy. Try to vary your attacks as much as possible, to prevent from being predictable.

Use your elbows:  One of the most lethal parts of your body. A hit to the face with an elbow guarantees great agony.
Knee to the groin: Instantly incapacitates your opponent.
Headbutt to the face:  Your forehead is one of the strongest bones in your body. A good headbutt to the nose can deliver some severe damage and pain.

6 Learn How to Defend Yourself

While the best scenario is to avoid getting hit, this is an impossible outcome. So learn how to take punches to minimize damage.

Punch to the face: Always have your arms up and close to your face. This will reduce the level of impact, Clench your teeth to keep your mouth sealed.

Punch to the stomach: Always tighten your abdomen muscles. Try to slightly stand on an angle so the punches land on your obliques and not directly on your stomach.

Don't be afraid of getting hit in non lethal body parts. The adrenaline running through your body will help you minimize the pain.

7 Leave

Once you have incapacitated your opponent walk away. There is no need to keep hitting, and making more damage.

8 Befriend  the Bouncer:

They say the best preparation for war is at peace times. There is no better friend in a fight  than some ex-army killing machines. Get to know the bouncers at the bar you constantly go and become friends with them.  They will come to your aid in no time.

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