Throughout recent time society has implanted ideas in the heads of men that to gain the affection of an attractive woman they have to give in to her every whim and want. Buy her all these things, do everything for her and maybe she’ll accept you as a mate. For yourself you need to own the nice car, have the great house and expensive toys to go with it. All if you want to attract and have sex with an attractive woman, but why?
The answer is quite simple if you take a step back and look. Think of all the money you’ve spent on your last serious girlfriend or even the last date you went on. A date alone can cost 200 dollars or more in a big city or 100 dollars on the cheap end. If you date her for any significant amount of time your bill could be in the thousands of dollars over time.
We logically know that this is stupid. We say to our selves, “Why am I spending all this money on these women?” It’s because if people stopped going out on expensive dinner dates the restaurant business would suffer severely. If men quit buying their significant other diamonds the diamond business would go out of business. If men knew that a woman could be just as attracted to you if you drove a Honda than if you drove a Ferrari, men wouldn’t buy Ferrari’s anymore. Well men will probably always want Ferraris, but you would think differently about owning it. You would own it purely for your enjoyment not totally as a chick magnet.
The dating industry as a whole is a billion dollar a year business and if people stopped spending all their money on dating you would start to see economic fallout. So it’s society’s job to see to it that you keep spending your money.
An example of social influence is movies where the nice guy who does everything right in society’s eyes, takes the girl out to dinner when she wants and buys her presents gets the girl in the end. People don’t believe other things that happen in movies why believe this bullshit! Or the slogan of a major diamond dealer “A diamond is forever” giving you the idea that if you buy her the diamond she’ll love you forever, yeah right. T.V. radio, and magazines are full of this kind of social programming.
One of the biggest socially programmed days in our society is Valentines Day with 192 million cards alone exchanged every year. That’s a lot of money and that doesn’t even count the kids packages that are sold for them to give out at school. Along with the cards there are flowers, restaurant dinners, hotel rooms, limos, presents and the list goes on and on.
It was estimated last year consumers spent 13.7 billion dollars on Valentines Day related things and is second only to Mothers Day for dining out with 35 % of Americans going out to eat. As you can see I’m not talking about pocket change, society has a big interest in keeping your wallet open and your credit cards swiping.
Now I’m not saying that you can’t buy your woman a present every now and then or surprise her with an evening out but too many men take these kind of actions as “if I do this stuff for her she will never leave me” and that’s wrongful thinking. Superficial stuff has nothing to do with her attraction to you.