And then what?…
According to Kelis, “milkshake” in the song is used as a metaphor for “something that makes women special”…. others have said that the “milkshake” stands for the woman’s sex appeal; It means she attracts all the guys in the area just by appearing there.
What ever “Milkshake” means to you (in this example/context) please make sure you seek to analyse it, and question if its right or ok to use it in such a way.
For example; Is your “Milkshake” your looks, a specific body part/asset, your intelligence?!?! etc….
I see too many girls, ladies, females etc using their ‘beauty’ to attract, however they fail to keep the guys attention for long periods of time. I don’t know about you, but i feel like my eyes are being bombarded with girls, women who refuse to keep their body parts to themselves.
From walking the streets and spotting under-dressed women, in see through leggings, overly revealing tops, ‘batty riders’ (with or with out Sun shine), to the likes of Social Networking sites (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc) where girls insist on posting up pictures revealing way too much.
Pictures say a thousand words, if you’re a single young female looking to at some point settle in to a committed loving relationship, what do you want your future partner to know about you? How do you want to be seen? Is this really ok? Why is it seemingly acceptable to upload a picture like the above and then write a caption like ‘I love God’. This doesn’t add up.
I’m all for women looking beautiful, but my issue is with the way women are lacking Decorum.
Decorum – appropriate behaviour, good manners, decency, demeanor, respectability, dignity, politeness…
Showing more flesh doesn’t mean you’re more beautiful, wearing minimal clothing doesn’t grant you more respect, revealing more body parts doesn’t get you Love, leaving the house in ill-fitting clothes doesn’t mean Men find you more attractive. In fact Men are forced to look by default, that’s just how they are wired.
I totally understand that you want to be noticed, seen, loved, adored, included etc but this is not the way forward.
What is wrong with looking Attractive in a Respectable way?… Does it sound boring?… Well, it doesn’t need to be!
You say you want a Real Man to love you, value you, show you commitment, yet wonder why you are only attracting the same ol’ Dawgs, Players & Boys?!
Charm and grace are deceptive, and beauty is vain because it is not lasting.
Your natural beauty is what will attract The Right Man and/or Respectable Attention. If you are looking to attract the Right kind of Man then what you actually want to do is increase your Confidence, as that’s more attractive than cleavage. I know that I feel more attractive and confident wearing clothing that’s comfortable, that fits, that shows off my assets, not reveals my asset. If I’m wearing make up its to enhance my beauty, highlight my eyes, cheek bones etc not to totally appear as a different person or complexion.
Respectable Men are more attracted to you if you:
– Smile; a warm smile is very attractive, you look nicer when you smile.
– Are Genuinely Friendly and Humble
– Are Honest; being transparent is key, no game playing, be honest, tell the truth, you don’t need to lie it’s not worth it.
– Are Confident; get comfortable in your own skin, work with what God gave you. You were Fearfully & Wonderfully made.
– Are Knowledgeable; smart, well read etc. No one is asking for a genius, but at least be knowledgeable about the things you take interest in, your field of work etc. If you end up meeting someone who is in a similar field to you, your able to hold a conversation, you’ll have something in common & you’ll seem intelligent.
As my husband says you want a..
“Beauty that attracts, Love that keeps and Faith that Makes”. – @MrVitoSpeaks
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