Why Doesn’t He Call?
The Man Code Sucks!
Not Pretty Enough
Millennials and Marriage
The Art of the Ultimatum
The Power of Social Proof in Dating
Changing Female Attraction Cues
By the way, I’m having an offlist convo about Ms. Walsh’s list here, and two names came up that I’d like to get everyone’s assessment here:
Where would they rank on Ms. Walsh’s list of “Game traits”?
Test your skill!
38grerp September 3, 2010 at 10:14 pm
I absolutely would not categorize Harry Potter as a Professor. He’s more of a Best Friend pushed into the role of Warrior. Hermione Granger is a Professor. Harry isn’t even a scholar; I’m not sure he and Ron would have even passed all of their courses without Hermione’s help.
I nominate Nick Naylor from Thank You for Smoking as a Charmer. Love that movie. Also the character Kevin Kline plays in French Kiss – Luc. Oh, and Oskar Schindler.
That picture of Timothy Dalton looks strikingly similar to my husband at that age.
My little character crushes are:
Jim Halpert on The Office (Best Friend)
Josh in Clueless (Best Friend) [Paul Rudd, so cute]
Gilbert Blythe from the Anne series by L.M. Montgomery (Best Friend)
Spike on Buffy (Bad Boy)
Logan Echolls on Veronica Mars (Bad Boy)
Aragorn from LOTR (Warrior)
John McClane from Die Hard (just the 1st one; well, okay, maybe the second one too) (Warrior)
John Thornton from North and South [played by Richard Armitage] (Chief)
Guy of Gisborne from BBC Robin Hood [played by Richard Armitage] (Bad Boy)