THE 4 M’S GIRLS ARE ATTRACTED TO
“The 4 B’s we Boys Are Attracted to” by Waterloo Warrior’s inspired me to write a response briefly explaining the four M’s that girls are attracted to.
Girls love make-up. Hands down they do. It doesn’t matter if they apply a pound or two pounds, all girls love make-up. In fact all they do is eat, sleep, watch, think and speak make-up. Not only just their own, but of every other female around them. It’s always about beauty, and that always comes down to make-up. Be it Maybelline lipsticks, Loreal mascaras or Sally Hansen nail polishes, all girls know make-up and would always enjoy talking about it. Any particular female who has not been injected by the make-up bug at birth, seriously has a problem. You can be smart and ugly; you still have to know make-up. Particular shades, quality or quantity drives girls nuts to the point where a war starts between friends, sisters, mother, daughter, khaala, maami, chaachi, phuphi, taayi, humsaayi or who so ever. Cosmetology is a widely practiced field now and even more domestically than professionally. Those who don’t spend in parlours are pretty good at home by themselves. Knowing how to wear make-up is a skill modestly excelled by every woman with or without training all over the world (probably). Then the problem with that is how they always check out other girls’ make-up. Models, actress, teachers or random girls in the bus stop all get judged on how their make-up looks like. Even the news reader, never mind how many people died in a bus crash, the first thing they’d say is “haye, ye kya lippus-stick lagga k ayi hai?” Another problem is how girls hate on other girls wearing “way too much make-up” and play all innocent when it comes to their cakes, I mean face. It goes something like this “seems like she SWAM in foundation and ATE her lip-gloss. I swear look at me, all I’m wearing is like eye liner and kajal and a lip balm and some concealer, that’s all” (that she remembers). So ladies and gentlemen, there’s a little Aishwarya Rai in every tom boy. *queue in song “fashion ka hai ye jalwa”.
“If you think money can’t buy happiness, then you don’t know where to shop”. Great quote; Source, you ask? – Someone’s Facebook status. Money can’t buy you happiness, but it can temporarily distract you from your sorrows. Money is a necessity of survival and also root of all evil. The sad or to say the easy truth is women of all race, religion, age and appearance are as attracted to money as bees are to honey. Therefore, a boy who drives a shiny red Ferrari would be at least “known” by 87% of all the girls in his college/university than the one who has different means of transportation (meaning doesn’t have a car of his own). Then there’s the one who may or may not win hearts, but could definitely win attention by buying his lady love a let’s say, diamond ring, or take her out to a nice Italian restaurant, pay for her concert tickets, wears Armani shades than the kind-hearted gentle man who can only pluck daisies for her. Money also ties up with “Malkiyat”, which means ‘dominance’. A boy can dominate if he has the right bank balance and a girl will dominate if she has the right boy. Every girl wants to feel like ‘the one and only’ queen. This stirs up some complicated situations, because a girl will most likely hate other queens she sees, while at the same time trying to be where they are. Some might admit this to their closest friends, others may not. Either way, she wants to be ‘The ONE and ONLY queen” of her court. No duplicates please. Sadly, in a crazy chase towards Money and Malikiyat, most girls cross boundaries and hurt not only themselves but also break hearts of other girls and boys along the way. *queue song “paisa phaink tamasha dekh”.
Not just men, manliness. Messy hair, unshaven moustache, a body musk mixed of cigarette and Armani Code, muscular macho lifting weights at the gym is a complete eye candy for those who love a rugged bad boy look adorned by Hugh Jackman as Wolverine or Brad Pitt in the Fight Club. Women love men who are mentally, physically and emotionally strong enough to deal with every situation. Now that’s a man. It is a feminine nature to seek a “protector”. This has been practiced since the days of Adam and Eve when women were nurturers and gatherers and men were the hunters and protectors. Girls automatically fall for hot-headed, dominating, fight-loving, weight-lifting, hard working boys than those who work hard using a pen. In the end of the day a girl would admire bravery a lot more than just good looks. Therefore, you don’t have to be born with Leonardo DiCapreo looks as long as you can just “look right”. There’s a certain mystic or say attraction a girl develops towards a rusty bad boy no matter how bad it may be to associate with him. Seedhe saadhey larkey are mostly left for marriage, while black leather jacket, muddy Jordans, a half smoked cigarette in mouth, racing in his Honda (bike or car), and gel-adorned hair type of guys steal the heat. For some reason the way they (bad boys) walk, talk, work out, fight, listen to Armin Vann Burin, or play like Atif Aslam; their every “ada” seems far more “hotter” than those sitting down with their collared shirt all buttoned up reading Lord Of The Rings. So sorry to say that cricketers in college are the stars while engineers for ‘rishtas’ win the stars. *queue in song “hud hud dabangg dabangg”.
Girls have a strong tie with media. Be it movies, modelling, or anything else to do with T.V. whatever they see behind the screen is important. It automatically becomes word of god if it’s featured in a T.V program. T.V gives them a sneak peek into the world of Hollywood, where ‘stars’ live. Instantly that ugly jacket you buried in your closet becomes the best thing ever if it’s worn by Selena Gomez. Instantly, they’d want to buy the same exact earrings as Nicki Minaj. Then there’s drama. America’s next Top Model, Big Brother, Hell’s Kitchen, reality shows are taking over because of the drama dose they feed. Then there are dreams created through movies. Fairytale weddings, endings, summer romance, knight in shining armours, valentine’s day etc. All cute little things plant hopes and dreams about meeting that special Prince Charming and looking gorgeous on your wedding day, flying to Dominican for honeymoon, having Ice cream by the pool and holding hands while you walk on sand watching sunset. What is showbiz? It’s basically modelling; setting standards of what is acceptable. Then there are game shows. The mystery of who’s going to win how much money draws viewers everywhere, but girls have more to notice. That would be clothes, make-up, accessories and rating ‘looks’. T.V is the most successful tool of marketing, especially for girls. Good or bad, if it’s been aired, it’s legit. I once knew a girl who rejected a proposal because he wasn’t “manly” enough for her and didn’t offer enough “money” on display. Five days later she agreed to marry him after learning he works part time as an editor for some T.V channel. All because she thought that was the coolest thing ever and some day she could be on T.V. And don’t even get me started on The Morning shows, which offer a girl’s best friend “Makhan”. Girls love to be buttered and enjoy buttering others that are on T.V. A typical can go 3 months without real butter, but cannot go more than 3 weeks without T.V. *queue in song “kaise batayein kiyun tujhko chaahein”.
There you have it. The four M’s that attracts almost all the girls in the world (I believe so).