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June 2024

Misha Cross and Agatha Vega
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Dirty Deeds, Done Domestically
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Dirty Deeds, Done Domestically

Looking to become more attractive to women? Never mind movie-star looks and big bank accounts—try doing the laundry and breaking out the vacuum once in a while.

For decades, tall, dark and handsome has been the gold standard for what most women consider the ideal specimen of a man. Guys like Keanu Reeves and Jason Momoa have been keeping the ladies in damp panties for a long time. However, women have been known to make some amendments to their requirements after dating a few guys fitting the pretty boy description, complaining that, other than dashing good looks, they don’t have anything else to offer. 

By the time a woman finishes diddling frat boys and wannabe underwear models in her 20s, she starts to learn something pretty important about herself. Suddenly, she’s not as superficial as she was back in college. It’s no longer enough for a man to have a nice face, flowing locks of hair and a set of chiseled abs to round it all out. She needs practicality, damnit! So, it’s not necessarily the strapping, fit and vertically blessed that gets her all hot—at least not without her trusty vibrator in hand. No sir, just give her a man that knows his way around the laundry room, and her cooter will inevitably respond. 

“Date enough guys that sit around the house all day because they don’t work, and you start to appreciate a man that doesn’t mind doing whatever needs to be done,” Robin, a 38-year-old single mother from Silver City, New Mexico, tells “I’ve been there before.”

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Let this be a lesson to any man who’s ever stopped and wondered why the most beautiful woman in the room is hanging off the arm of a guy who appears to be just a degree of separation from a big old ogre. That man—warts, bad breath and all—has likely proven to have some rather redeeming qualities that this babe has found more desirable in a partner than something as trivial as physical appearances. After all, beauty isn’t worth much without character. Women start to understand this after dating a few guys lacking in that latter department. 

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