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"You've got to quit lowering your standards," he says.
I like oatmeal raisin..if you've got vanilla cream, I'll eat that too." In Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, Steve tells the story of his father-in-law's first introduction to one of Steve's daughter's boyfriends.
You've got guys that are fishing to keep the fish, and you've got guys that are fishing to catch them, unhook them and throw them back," Steve says.
"This is the first project that I didn't do for money," he says. You're going to be his lady, his woman, his fiancée, his wife, his baby's mama, something," he says. "The problem is, women have stopped setting the bar high." Though a woman might want many things from a man, Steve says men only need three things: support, loyalty and sex. And my father-in-law was visiting from Memphis," Steve says. Let's inform her that she's just being kicked...let's see if that's what she wants to do," he says.
"Other than my foundation—mentoring programs—everything I do is for money. "If he's introducing you after six months, 'This is... "We're looking across the room at you, and we don't care about your hopes and dreams. We saw something we wanted." When a man approaches a woman, Steve says, he already knows what we wants from her, but he doesn't know what it will cost. Or as Steve calls it, "the cookie." "We've got to have your support. "He's in the kitchen and he's eating and [my daughter's] boyfriend is in there, and [my father-in-law] goes: 'So, son, sit down. '" After plenty of hemming and hawing, Steve says the boyfriend finally said that the two were just "kickin' it." Steve was pretty confident his daughter didn't have the same interpretation of the relationship, he says. "They broke up the next day." Steve says men are like fishermen— but women are actually the ones looking for a good catch.