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Men Who've Had A Woman Move In With Them Explain How A 'Woman's Touch' Improved Things

Reddit user Fortuna_Pulling asked: 'Men who lives alone and then had a woman move in to your place, what are some examples of “a woman’s touch” that she added?'

All of us have our own unique set of talents, and talents around the home are no exception.

But men have pointed out that after having a woman live with them, their home went from simply functional to welcoming and cozy.

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Women Explain Which Things They Wish Men Would Stop Doing

Reddit user enkiv2 asked: 'Women of Reddit, what's something specific that you wish men would stop doing?'

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We all have things that we enjoy and things that we absolutely can't stand, and that's also totally true of the things that people do around us or do to us.

And women have something to say about men's behavior, how they treat women, and what women would like them to stop doing, effective immediately.

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Whether it's in family, friendships, or dating, we've all felt misunderstood at some point. But it seems especially common to feel misunderstood by the opposite sex.

Here are some key points that people wished those of the opposite sex would just understand already.

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There is so much to learn about one another.

But we never ask.

It's all too embarrassing for most.

It's why most teens tune out Health class.

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Women Describe The Most Cringeworthy Thing A Guy Has Done To Get Their Attention
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Oh gentlemen, why are you so extra? When did just saying hello and you're pretty become too boring to make an impression? Guys, you need to calm down. Not all attention is good attention. You don't want to sour the possibility of love by freaking somebody out.

There is such a thing as class and decorum and they go along way, especially in this day and age.

I feel like we need a class in high school that focuses on how to communicate feelings. In particular, feelings of a more amorous nature.

Redditoru/doubleu01wanted all the ladies to speak up and let the gents know what not to do, by asking:

Girls of reddit, what's the cringiest thing that a guy has done to get to you?
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