See 5 secret codes of communicating with women

If everyone gets a kobo for everytime they hear someone say ‘women are too difficult to understand’, we’ll all be millionaires by now.Clearly there’s a true/untrue belief out there that many women are so difficult to understand and that as a man, you’d need some form of heightened sensitivity to always decipher what a woman really wants because they don’t ever say what they want, and when they do, they usually mean the opposite.

Women truly drop secret codes for men and expect them to pick up on those hints.

Five of these hints are interpreted below:

1. Three dots at the end of messages

Apparently when women do this, they expect you to keep the conversation going. Because they enjoy chatting with you.

2. How was your day?

When a woman asks this question, she indirectly wants you to show interest in how her own day went.

3. Are we good?

When she asks this, she’s likely worried that you are no longer as close and warm towards her as you used to be.

It’s a code for “have I done anything to piss you off?”

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4. The mute treatment

Every man is probably aware or used to this one.

When women do this, it’s a coded way of letting you know that you have royally messed up and she is expecting you explanation or apology or both.

It’s also a way of asking for your attention.

5. What are we?

A variant of this is ‘where are we going?’ and ‘what are we doing?’

Basically, a woman who asks this is surely feeling you but thinks you are taking too much time to take the relationship to the next level.

So that’s either her way of telling you to ask her to be your girlfriend, or propose marriage to her


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