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No matter how many articles you read on the internet titled, "Signs He's A Keeper", you're never going to truly be able to gauge where you stand. Why? Well, because typically those articles are written by a one female author. Contrary to popular belief, not all women think the alike (that's just men). In order to fully delve into this topic, you need a large focus group! Why ask a single chapter of a sorority when you can ask the whole damn organization? Of course, we're not speaking literally. We don't have that many collegiate connections, guys. But, we do a have a reddit account, and really, that's all it takes to pull some of the best advice on the Internet, anyway.
Thanks to the following question posed by reddit user, Kords, we were able to pull some telltale signs and firsthand accounts from real life women that a guy is a keeper. Kords asked, "Girls, what are some signs that a guy is a keeper?"
In the video above, we pulled a lot of cutesy examples involving pizza, puppies, and coffee — which appears to be The Holy Trinity for most women — however, we want to make it clear to our male readers that winning over your significant other isn't always that simple. The answers below are a bit more raw and reflect the more everyday obstacles facing couples.
Check, Please (And Thank You)
We're Not Crying, You're Crying
Judgement Free Zone
As you can gather from these examples, keeping a woman happy isn't easy. To be fair, keeping anyone happy isn't easy! Relationships take work and your willingness to put in the work is a direct correlation to your "keeper" status. If you want to be a lazy boyfriend/husband don't bother being one at all!
To read the full thread, head on over to reddit for more signs that you're a keeper.
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