Ever wonder why he didn't call you back? Ever wonder why he's not as interested as he previously seemed? Ever wonder how to play it cool and keep him hot? Find out, straight from the horse's mouth.
Tamsen Fadal and Matt Titus (co-authors of Why Hasn’t He Called? and Why Hasn’t He Proposed?) are running a four-week dating boot camp this month at Lord & Taylor in Manhattan (424 5th Avenue, 11th Floor). (By the by, that's Tamsen, Matt and me in the photo.) In addition to Matt and Tamsen's outstanding (and totally sensible) program, attendees get the chance to chat to question a coterie of guys (a Man Panel, if you will) on why we do what we do and say what we say. Event: Dating Advice From The Man Panel
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The first installment (Tuesday May 19th) went down like a cool glass of sweet tea on a Carolina summer afternoon (meaning "darn good," I reckon). Every seat was filled and an extra 20% capacity was accommodated standing room-only-style. The questions ranged from candid (where is the best place to meet available, single men?) to quirky (an older woman, a GILF if you will, wanted to know how to get men 40 years her junior to commit), as well as everything in between.
This week's panel is another five sticks of dynamite soaked in kerosene*. It features Adam Rich (co-founder of the incredible Thrillist.com, AKA the very handsome one), Max Gross (author of From Schlub To Stud, AKA most likely to be mistaken for Seth Rogen), Ky Henderson (editor of Cosmo's Ask Him Anything and author of YourTango's The Truth About Inner Beauty, AKA most sincere), Ted Scofield (developer of the awesome game Sexy Slang, AKA the happily married one) and Tom Miller (author of Tomfoolery, this post, AKA most fun).
Tonight's show begins at 6 PM, is totally free (though you ought to RSVP) and focuses on the external stuff that men love. Bring some good questions (even ones that might make us squirm… a bit) and bring an open mind.
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*Note: I mean fuel-drenched explosive in a good, non-volatile way.