Woman spills on X-rated mistake every man makes – and how to really woo a lady

Over the years, online dating has changed massively.

It’s also adapted slightly this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

But one thing that’s stuck around for a long time is sending nudes.

And while men might think it’s sexy to send a woman a photo of their penis, that’s where they’re wrong.

According to Jana Hocking, a radio host from Australia, blokes really need to snap out of this X-rated mistake.

Speaking to news.com.au, the 36-year-old revealed she still gets a “giggle out of a willy”.

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The 36-year-old revealed how to really impress a lady
The 36-year-old revealed how to really impress a lady

She detailed a moment where she was sat with her two friends enjoying a delicious roast.

Jana revealed: “Then one of my friends receives a text from a guy she’s casually dating.

“‘Jesus!’ she burst out upon opening the text.

“We all burst out laughing like school girls and really used the zoom button for the purpose I’m sure Steve Jobs invented it for.

“What struck me was that it was barely noon and he decided it was the perfect time to woo his lady with a photo of his pecker.”



She says that men really need to stop sending pictures of their penis
She says that men really need to stop sending pictures of their penis

The photo soon turned into a whole conversation about sending nudes and why blokes can “never get the angle or lighting right”.

But Jana then questioned the snaps and wondered when it ever became the new way of flirting.

She continued: “Gone are the days of a well-thought out love letter.

“Nope. ‘Here’s a photo of my tackle!’ Thanks. Here’s a picture of my ta tas!’ No mystery. No surprise.

“I don’t know, call me old-fashioned, but I’ve never been turned on my a penis snap.”



Jana is a radio host from Australia
Jana is a radio host from Australia

Jana decided to really understand why men send these photos and it was quite simple.

A survey by Match.com revealed 53% of women have received a nude and 47% of men have admitted to sending one.

So she asked all her male friends why they did it and it was because they hoped for something in return.

But does it make it okay?

The radio producer continued: “I remember a guy I really liked send me an uninvited pic once and it really turned me off him.”

She concluded: “To me, it felt like he thought I was an easy option and someone he wouldn’t have to use his manners with.

“The crazy thing was, that when I told him in no uncertain terms that he could take a hike he suddenly enjoyed the thrill of the chase.

“Too late buddy, I’ve seen your old fella, no mystery left. Shoo off.

“So may I make a suggestion, instead of a full-frontal pic, why not send something that really turns us on.

“Like a picture of your broad shoulders or rugged beard, or sparkly eyes. Tease a girl a little.”

Source: dailystar.co.uk

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