I’m sitting here in my big, manly, black leather poppa chair in my living room, contemplating the great divide between men and women. It’s in today’s podcast. I know a couple of really smart, pretty women who are leading lonely lives…I think un-necessarily. In my book Staying Happy Healthy And Hot, there’s a story about a Louie-Louie Generation lady I saw in an Applebee’s bar recently. She was eyeing some guy sitting alone. She reached into her pocket book for a small perfume bottle, squirted some on her little lace hankie, slipped it into the guy’s jacket pocket, smiled up at him and walked away without saying a word. Naturally, he caught up with her and asked her what that was all about. She just said, “It looks good in your pocket.” Then she asked if he went there often, and shook her head as if she couldn’t hear and said, “It’s noisy in here,” and she leaned over toward him so she could hear his answer. The guy didn’t stand a chance. That lady knew the secret. Just ask. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a woman get turned down when she says to some guy, “Would you like to come up to my apartment?” ASK!