Interview With Heidi Markland
By Andy Pope
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What kind of guys do you fall for? What are the three most important attributes that you look for in a man?
Heidi Markland: Has to be able to make me laugh, be honest and have a great teeth/smile.
What was your most fun date? What did you do?
Heidi Markland: Someone once rented an entire movie theater for our date. That was fun and very extravagant. Yet my ex-boyfriend once got a cheap hotel room, made a little picnic, brought my favorite cd and had me meet him there. A very sweet, cheap and thoughtful surprise.
What’s a good location/venue for a first date?
Heidi Markland: A nice lunch date. Usually shorter and less pressure than a formal dinner date, for both of you.
If I wanted to meet a beautiful woman like you, what would be the best place to meet you?
Heidi Markland: If someone is nice and there is a connection, it doesn’t matter where you meet.
What’s the worst place for a guy to hit on you?
Heidi Markland: I don’t think there is a bad place, just bad timing.
Have you ever dated a guy that you didn’t like when you first met him? If yes, what did he do to become more attractive to you?
Heidi Markland: No…but, people have become even more attractive once I’ve gotten to know them.
What things should guys know about dating but never seem to get correctly?
Heidi Markland: Planning out an entire date shows us that you’re thoughtful and you were thinking about us. Pay attention to what we like. Not all girls love a dozen red roses. Sometimes a handful of gardenias mean more. (my favorite)
What signals do you give to a man when you want him to make the first move?
Heidi Markland: Kissing him usually does the trick.:)
What signals do you give a man when you want him to stay away?
Heidi Markland: I usually say I have a boyfriend if the guy is nice, but I’m just not interested. If they’re rude, I call security.
What are your biggest turn-ons?
Heidi Markland: Great teeth and smile, pinstriped suits and confidence and animal lovers.
What are your biggest turn-offs?
Heidi Markland: Rudeness, bad breath, arrogance and animal haters.
What is the one thing you wish all men knew about women?
Heidi Markland: The more you give, the more we want to give. The old “I’ll scratch your back, if you scratch mine” motto.