This is your chance to get answers so don't hold back! Dear Steve, I can't tell you how many times I've been out some place — like a bar or a restaurant — and I'll find out the guy that's been flirting with me and my girls is either married or in a relationship, what's up with that?
Why do they even bother if they can't "swing through the ball" — so to speak?
Steve Santagati, of Bad Boys Finish and author of the best-selling book The Manual, answers your burning questions when it comes to dating, love, and how men think.
He's a veteran at giving street-smart, straight-to-the-point advice, so ladies, tell me, what do you want to ask Steve about men?
After all, we're both human and us "beings" are almost identical.
That's super good news — if you're paying attention.
Isn't Flirt Boy just doing what women have done for hundreds of years?
Boys and Girls may go about things differently and often appear to speak different languages, but in the end, we have more similarities in what we like and don't like than differences.
Moreover, women are the founding fathers — errr mothers — of the "tease" and isn't a man flirting — yet unavailable — just being a tease?
You know, like when a girl walks into a bar flaunting major cleavage, a super short skirt, and playing with her hair yet doesn't have the slightest intention of having sex with any of us.
I feel like I need to preface every conversation I have with a man with "wait, do you have a girlfriend?
" — Perplexed Penelope To see Steve's answer Dear Perplexed Penelope, This question makes me laugh.