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10 Incredibly Nice Things to Do For Him


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Watching SportsThere are a number of incredibly nice things that you can do for the man in your life to let him know how much he means to you. Really thinking about his personality and hobbies and personalizing your gestures will demonstrate that you care about him. You will surprise the man in your life with your thoughtful and tailored gestures.

One incredibly nice thing you could do for him is to make arrangement to have his car professionally detailed. Many men take pride in their car and enjoy spending their time to make sure it looks and runs its best. You can let him know that you understand his fascination with his car by making the arrangements to have the car detailed. If you know that he will be out of town for a few days, try making the arrangements for that time so that it will be a surprise for him when he returns. If you are unable to do this in secret, go ahead and let him know about your plans. It’s okay that it won’t be a surprise because he will probably enjoy being involved in the process.

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Do women want to kill the Caveman or Chivalry?


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Do women want to kill the caveman or chivalry?I walked into a Hutch shop to pay an overdue bill and had to do some waiting. As I waited I indulged in my favourite pastime. People Watching. My eye was caught by a rather distinguished looking man sitting at a table, sorting out his billing problems on the phone. Pleasant looking. Nice man. I wondered, he sure looked it.

Then my turn came and I approached the counter to speak to the counter staff about my bill. Before I could actually sit in the chair that was indicated, Mr.Nice Guy hurried over, charged ahead of me and quickly lowered himself into the chair. He studiously avoided looking my way, as if pretending he hadn’t noticed me. I fought down my very real irritation, bit my tongue before it found something characteristically acid to say, and retreated.

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Sexual Harassment: Not Just About Sex


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Sexual Harassment: Not Just About SexThe first time it happens, you are inclined to brush it out of your mind, just as someone has accidentally brushed against you at work while they are headed elsewhere. The second time, a niggling doubt begins to form, but you are still not fully convinced. By the third time, you have inwardly begun to cringe from the person who has been ‘accidentally’ touching you, and subsequently, you feel comfortable only when a biggish table or a broad corridor separates you from this person.
 
Sexual encounters in the workplace, or those encounters that border on the physical, and cause a vague discomfort, are a lot more common than people admit. “I have a perfectly friendly colleague who has this nasty habit of holding his crotch suddenly during some conversations in our break time,” says Srividya, working in a large BPO. “Its hard not to notice, and even harder not to speak to him about it. One of my girl colleagues was finding it so disturbing that she asked another male colleague of ours to point it out to him. God alone knows if he was doing it on purpose or just instinctively. But he has stopped after it was told to him.”
 
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