There are some women that are well-rounded people who are fun to spend time with and good in the bedroom, and then there are women that can be pigeon-holed into certain “types”. Trying to seduce a woman who’s a certain “type” is more difficult than women who are easy going. In this case, we’re talking about a lady with a love of literature. Let us tell you: there’s a reason why the librarian thing has it going on and men lust after it. Prim, proper, and probably a little freaky in the bedroom. A few of us have dated women that were literature majors in college, and all of our experiences have been mind-blowing. However, trying to win the favor of an intelligent, discerning woman requires more effort than a simple charming smile and the polite offer of a drink at a bar. Here are a few ideas on how to use the written word as a tool to seduce a woman who likes to read.
How to Know When You’re Dealing with a Literary Woman
Where do these elusive creatures reside, you might ask? Well, the obvious place is libraries or a bookstore. Maybe you’re already a man who appreciates a clever turn of phrase, but if you venture into any library on a weekday evening, you’ll be sure to see at least a few women who are checking out books, or even the librarians themselves. Nighttime at libraries are less busy than the rush during the day, between students and parents, so it’s a good time to check out who’s around. If you’re not in an obvious setting where literature fans would be, like at a party, you can get a sense of who she is by dropping a few references to books. If she lights up, you know you’ve found a literary lady.
The Language of Love
A Man Who Reads is a Man Who Gets Laid
It’s not a bad idea to brush up on your knowledge of the written word if you’re trying to hook up with a woman of letters. This is much easier if you’re already a reader, but if you’re not, at least check out the classics. Shakespeare sonnets are always about love and lust, so they’re a failsafe to use. Check into plays that are famous and about love, like Romeo and Juliet. Doing a little homework can take you a long way.