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Say what you want about Patti Stanger, aka Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker (and you could say a lot — the woman isn't exactly known for being reserved), but the career matchmaker and dating expert knows a thing or two about the language of love.
Or, at least, the language of prepping two strangers for an awkward date and hoping they've followed her advice.
(And heaven help the poor dater who neglects to follow Stanger's advice.)Now in its seventh season, "The Millionaire Matchmaker" features wealthy but hapless men (and sometimes ladies, too) who turn to Stanger's dating club in an effort to find that elusive special someone.
"So, it’s actually more that women are more critical of the way men present themselves. Then there’s also when the chemistry is off the chain, like with my boyfriend.You had a really great time, and you came home at 2 a.m., and maybe you cursed a little on Twitter.A guy sees that and he’s like, "OK, I liked her up until that point" and he judges her. Like the pictures on Facebook — if you’re not perfectly done up, or you’re drinking a bunch of beers.Part two, you will get a lush kind of reputation from the man, if you drink past two. The other thing is, if you go to two drinks, and you’re eating, and you can hold your liquor and you hit a third one, no good ever comes from it.Men go, "Well, she drank too much," and I ask [how many] and they say two or three, and I say, "Two?! It’s like something in the brain clicks and says, "OK, now we are going to go cray cray and take our panties off. So it’s like we’re in this place where we want it all. But we have oxytocin, a chemical in our brain, that basically tells us we can be falling in love with a loser and make us feel like we are in love with everyone. You can do other things; you can cook for him, you can take his shirts to the cleaner, make the reservations for a hotel for a vacation.