Lulu has been described by Cosmopolitan as “Sex and the City meets Facebook.”
According to the Lulu website, Lulu is the “first ever” app for private reviews of guys. The lovely ladies who download the app get to contribute to the “collective wisdom” by ranking the men they know, both on positive and negative attributes.
What does this mean? Gentleman better watch out, because as everyone knows, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
But dudes, if you play your cards right, you may be close to earning that perfect “10” on Lulu — and then you won’t know what to do with all the women throwing themselves at you. It takes just a few simple steps to master Lulu.
1. Don’t be ugly.
Men may not have Spanx or makeup, but that doesn’t mean you can’t try. Take a shower, brush your teeth, comb your hair and shave that stubble. You want to look your best for the ladies on Lulu.
2. Chivalry isn’t dead.
Hold open the door for her. Buy her flowers. Tell her how beautiful she is. But remember, a little goes a long way — you don’t want to be friend-zoned on Lulu.
3. Do everything in moderation.
Think of yourself as porridge in a world populated by Goldilocks. Be funny, but not crass. Be nice, but not a pushover. Be fun, but not wild. Be flirty, but not a pig. Remember that the women on Lulu are the most demanding people on earth, and for good reason: boys stink!
4. Look, but don’t touch.
This is the easiest way to keep a solid Lulu score intact. Any type of romantic or physical contact is going to come back and bite you in the butt, and then all your hard-earned work will go down the drain.
5. Dress to impress.
To paraphrase a popular saying: “Dress for the Lulu score you want, not the Lulu score you have!”
6. Don’t get discouraged.
Remember, you can’t impress everyone. You’re a shining star, but some Lulu reviewers may just not see it!
7. Be yourself.
… but only if “yourself” is handsome, polite and smells like expensive cologne.
8. Actually, just be Ryan Gosling.
Because he’s the only guy who deserves a perfect Lulu “10.”
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