View Full Version : hmm the fridge theory and the yarn...

07-12-04, 17:34
Ok my dad was giving me this 'insightful' advice into the male mind...haha. Well anyhow he saw a movie and told me about this theory. He says that a guy is like a cat who wants to play with a string of yarn...but if the yarn is right there in front or him it doesn't intrigue him. So if you hide it around the fridge or something then he'll be more allured...

It is supposed to relate to playing hard to get...or something like that. he said "if my friendship seems too available he may not value it as much as if he had to wrok to earn it"

Do you guys think this is true?

Rogue http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

08-12-04, 20:15
I don't think so. I mean intriguing is... well, intriguing. But I don't think one only feels drawn to what seems hard to get. Maybe the hard to get is more interesting for vain relationships, but not deep ones. Deep relationships are based on who a person is, as in character, not on whether someone plays hide and seek. At least, I speak for myself, my best friend has been my best friend for more than 10 years... and I don't remember having to work for her simpathy, we just digged each other more and more, as we would know each other more and more. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

08-12-04, 22:54
Tell your father thanks, but your not interested in a guy playing with your yarn, and that your yarn is fine right where it is, your not putting it in the fridge. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/mischievous.gif