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Our idol Beyonce is reportedly quoted on the back of the original book saying, "It has worked for me," but considering she is the singer of the 2000 hit "Independent Women," we wonder if her quote may have been taken out of context.It goes without saying that not expressing yourself, not texting back men who are trying to hang out with you, and not letting guys know you're interested does NOT make sense to us.
That in itself is a tricky task, but perhaps you can come up with some system, or just use your gut feeling.
Before we start, here’s a picture of the end result.
It shows the values of on the horizontal axis and the best value of , the one that maximises the probability of ending up with X, on the vertical axis.
came out, essentially warning women that the only surefire way to land a guy was to fasten your chastity belt, shut up, and wait for him to pursue you. Among the 35 rules were grave warnings: "Don't Talk to a Man First (and Don't Ask Him to Dance)," "Don't Talk Too Much", and "Don't Live with a Man." Basically, authors Sherrie Schneider and Ellen Fein stopped just short of suggesting your dad offer your fiancé a dowry of 40 goats and 20 cows.
Despite these antiquated , we Cosmo girls survived the past 17 years freely opening our mouths, hitting on guys, living with them, asking them to dance, and—gasp–having sex (earmuffs, Sherrie and Ellen: Sometimes on the first date! Lucky for us, , enlightening us on how (not) to date in light of texting, sexting, Facebook, Match, and JDate!