What to Say in a Text to a Girl – Come Up With the Best Texts Possible

Learning what to say in a text to a girl is very important because a single wrong word through text could easily ruin your chances with her altogether. Since the majority of guys out there don’t know what to say in a text to a girl, though, they end up sending safe and neutral texts that just say hi. Unfortunately, texts like this are boring and won’t elicit any positive responses in girls.

You need to know that the way a girl replies to your text will greatly depend on how you come up with your texts to begin with. Now, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to channel your inner poet to win a girl over. However, you will need to understand how female minds work before you can learn what to say in a text to a girl, in general.

For starters, you should know that girls respond best to feelings because feelings excite them easily. How can you create excitement in a girl, though? Well, it’s simple. Just use smart compliments and action words whenever you compose your text messages. These things can easily turn a boring text into something flirtatious and fun. Here are some examples for you to study.

“What sort of fun things do you do?”

This kind of text is good because it will make her think of fun things, like watching movies, bowling, ice skating and swimming. Besides, this question is a great way to set up your texts to asking her out, as well. Plus, you can find out what she likes and get an idea of what you should do when you finally ask her out on a date.

“So, what else do you do, aside from charming off the pants of guys called [insert your name here]?”

This is probably the best text to send a girl if you want to win her over. Not only are you subtly complimenting her for being charming, but you are also finding out more about her at the same time. Plus, this text is a bit flirty, so she will definitely know that you are interested in her.

Learning what to say in a text to a girl will definitely take some practice since there are a lot of different ways you can capture a girl’s interest this way. However, if you successfully learn how to come up with interesting and creative texts, then you will end up having an easier time winning girls over from now on.

14 Great YouTube Channels for Car Fans!

If you are a car enthusiast like me you probably like watching YouTube videos with car reviews, latest news or plain awesome exotic cars.

I have compiled a list of my favorite YouTube channels with a few comments on each. Let me know what you think and give me any suggestions for other awesome channels I missed.

1. EVOTV

Great channel from Britain focused mainly on exotic car reviews. They update with a reasonable frequency and are a little heavy on Ferrari’s.

2. FLDetours

Nice channel with reviews on new cars. The update frequency is probably once a week but the reviews are thorough. Not crazy about the style of the presentation but they do make good efforts to be objective.

3. FastLaneDaily

Coming from the same team of journalists and car enthusiasts. Monday through Wednesday they offer a news show that is quite funny and enjoyable. Presenter is Derek D that I find very pleasant to follow. Thursdays and Fridays are filled with more serious discussions about cars that I haven’t managed to follow that closely. But take a look and you won’t be disappointed.

4. Autocar

British channel with tons of car reviews that you should certainly check out.

5. MotorTrend

Excellent channel with tons of reviews focused on performance cars. They have multiple tests around the track and I like their approach.

6. RoadflyTV

I discover this channel by chance and they have multiple reviews. They update weekly on average and the presenters/reviewers are really good. I like their approach and they are very objective. Also a couple of cute girls…

7. Edmunds InsideLineVideo

Coming with the great reputation of Edmund’s this channel could not be anything less than great. I do find their reviews a bit stale though and lacking imagination.

8. CarAndDriver

A channel coming from the famous automotive magazine. Good reviews and a “Name that exhaust” section.

9. KelleyBlueBook

Also with a good reputation, their reviews are nice but I don’t quite like their very serious presentations. This is a matter of personal taste though.

10. Carscomm

Cars.com offers nice car reviews that will add to your favorite channels. It’s good to get a different opinion on any car.

11. TheSmokingTire

Another great channel by car enthusiasts. Mostly focused on race and exotic cars with nice interviews sometimes. I am a fan of their funny and light approach. Take a look!

12. Autoexpress

Autoexpress has tons of good reviews and will keep you updated on the latest releases.

13. Urgetodrive

A channel that is all about beautiful women driving exotic cars. What more do you want? Relatively new but fun to watch.

14. TopGear/Fifth Gear

I don’t think any of them need any special introduction. You should be familiar with both if you are an enthusiast. TopGear is probably the most popular show on BBC today. The YouTube videos are not very recent but certainly worth watching.

Item Girls and Cheerleaders!

The buzzword nowadays is marketing, in all forms of products and services. For marketability you need loads of glamor quotients that generate the required publicity or the desired hype. And as always, glamor is closely associated with beautiful women.

Creativity in marketing amounts to an uncanny ability of the advertisers to link everything under the sun to beautiful women or hot girls. East or west, this women-centric perception of glamorization is growing. There has to be a distinct success quotient associated with this process, else the progression would not go on.

Indian cinema in the Hindi language, popularly known as Bollywood covering mostly mainstream movies, has been the glamor storehouse with its heroes, heroines, vamps, villains and elaborately choreographed song and dance sequences. For obvious glamor reasons Bollywood had been increasing its links with the fashion industry too in recent times. Models are game always for both heroines and vamps in movies and they are the quickest to get established in the film world.

The Bollywood producers and directors want to generate maximum publicity and hype particularly before big movie releases. So, they have often adopted the concept ‘item numbers’ which means a technocratic and madly orchestrated dance sequence. This particular sequence has no relevance to or bearing on the main plot, the only motive being more effective marketing. The lead dancers in the ‘item numbers’ is called ‘item girls’.

Item numbers have created a distinct profession of item girls who may or may not ultimately become leading ladies. But doused in glamor they are hugely successful in terms of money, career and exposure. Basically an item girl, Rakhi Sawant has become a raging sensation in India thanks to her reality shows on television one of which even featured Rakhi as a prospective bride and married her off before the whole nation.

With millions of cricket lovers around Indian Cricket is marketed most aggressively by the richest cricket board of the world, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), and it was just a matter of time before Cricket and Movies sized each other up. A mutually inclusive relationship started between them and that led to mega movie stars watching live cricket matches getting a lot of attention from the glamor hunting media while movies started having stories plotted on cricket. For glamor marketing enough was never enough though.

Like the normally three-hour Bollywood movies, the BCCI invented the Indian Premiere League (IPL) in the shortest T20 format of cricket where matches get completed in exactly three hours. Such cricket movies have to be showered with glamor. So, the BCCI introduced cheerleaders in IPL matches. Cheerleaders are basically athletic and attractive girls who cheer on every major happening in a cricket match by dancing and gesticulating ferociously. Essentially the cheerleaders substituted for the item girls of movies. Aroused by the holy mix and an ‘understanding’ cricket board top entertainment TV channels in India started bidding for major cricket tournaments including the World Cup with the express aim of staging attractive female anchor-commentators, star guests and various glamor-mongering on-field activities.

In the next stage of glamor marketing we could definitely hope to see a mutual mega-mix of models, item girls and cheerleaders. Cheers!