Mooodyy answered Friday March 2 2007, 2:54 am: well having your bf whipped isnt really that good because eventually there guy friends are all like man your so whipped and guys dont like that and they will break up with u
but if you want him to want you more
play hard to get
dont call him let him call you.
dont pay let him pay for you.
dont give in easly. [ Mooodyy's advice column | Ask Mooodyy A Question ]
karlyndarlin05 answered Friday March 2 2007, 12:49 am: well i dont suggest making him whipped, cuz guys hate that, and his freinds will talk crap, and it can lead to bad things. BUT. yeah you want to leave him wanting more. so as much as you might want to do with him...dont always let it go to far. make him work for things. just pretty much play hard to get it. dont be easy, and if really likes you it will make him crazy and he will just go crazy for you. [ karlyndarlin05's advice column | Ask karlyndarlin05 A Question ]
justaskVy answered Thursday March 1 2007, 11:17 pm: If he really l0ves you or likes you a lot and he doesn't want to lose you.. that's when he's whipped. If you act like you don't need him much, caring, less jealous, like less clingy. Then he would wonder more about you and listen to you more so he won't lose you. He would do anything so he can keep you to himself. BUT THIS IS ONLY WORK IF HE IS HELLA INL0VEWIT YOU.
but why would you wanna get your man whipped? you two you treat equally and your bf should care about you enough to do things for you not because he is whipped but because he cares. You wouldn't want to take control over him either. A relationship is suppose to be communication. O0h at times if your bf is whipped.. he grew to get tired since you're always in control. Then the relationship will grow apart. So think before you decide on something.
hope I helped. =]. [ justaskVy's advice column | Ask justaskVy A Question ]
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