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Don’t Let Chivalry Die a Quiet Death!

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012



Be attentive. That means open the door for her, tie her shoes when they come undone, notice when her wine glass needs a refill, rub her back after a long day. Be attentive to her everyday needs, it doesn’t have to be grand gestures and affirmations of devotion.

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Silver Rose Cufflinks

Have manners. No one wants to take out a guy with horrible manners. That means, no chewing with your mouth open, no excessive burping, general nastiness when it comes to the delicate art of eating.

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Romantic Gestures. Here’s where the tricky stuff comes into play or actual premeditated thought is needed. Take her out to a candle lit dinner, feed her sushi by hand in public, carry her over a puddle. You know, that Casablanca kind of stuff.

California Roll Sushi Cufflinks

California Roll Sushi Cufflinks

Compliments (Honest ones). Not like “your body is more banging than Kim K.’s…” No, we know this is not true and we’re okay with this. Start with the little honest things, like I have the way your smile curves to the left, I like the way that dress looks on you today, you hair is quite elegant tonight, etc. etc. Or simply look into her eyes and say “You. Are. Beautiful.”

I Love You Sweetheart Cufflinks

I Love You Sweetheart Cufflinks

Protect Her. These natural instincts to protect and defend your lady are key to chivalry. Defend her in public, stand up to the guy who is making obscene gestures to her on the street, and chastise your frieds for making crude remarks in her presence. These little things will mean the world to her and will not go unnoticed.


A New, Eccentric Way of Meeting a Potential Mate

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012




We’ve come a long way in the art of courtship over the centuries. Or have we? It really only comes down to one thing in the end…biology. So it makes sense when this new theme for a dating party arises, and becomes a hit. Or shall we say a hormonal orgy? It’s actually a genius idea and CLM sends serious kudos to the “inventor” of such a party: Enter The Pheromone Party.


A new article featured in says the following: “Enter the Pheromone Parties. You sleep in a clean T-shirt for three nights to capture your body’s odor, then bring it to a party in a Ziploc bag. Guests smell the bags, which are labeled with a number and nothing more, letting their primal instincts guide their mate selection. The thought of answering “online” when someone asks me how I met my significant other kind of embarrasses me, but “body odor” is a mind f*ck I think a lot of us aren’t ready for.”

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Haven’t you ever noticed yourself loving the scent of your lover/wife/husband? Something pulls you to them and you only like their scent. This is totally biological and a necessary part of finding the ideal mate, especially when it comes to body chemistry, reproduction, and the ideal exchange of genetics.


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So during the course of this kind of party, guests photograph themselves holding the labeled bag with the shirt if they LIKE the scent. This photograph is then projected on a white wall and if the owner if interested, he/she will approach the person in the photograph. Cool, huh? It’s kind of like a win-win situation because you’re not risking rejection per-say, and it’s highly likely that if a person vibes with your scent, you will vibe with their scent as well, plus you get to see a picture of them beforehand.

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Creator Judith Prays says the following in a recent interview: “How exactly do pheromones work?
JP: Pheromones are the chemical triggers of sexual attraction in mammals. Pheromones determine fecundity; if you are attracted to someone’s pheromones, it is an indicator that you two will have healthy offspring. While not confirmed, it is suspected that males smell availability and females smell genetic quality. ”