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    CALLING all singletons - "hardballing" is the new dating trend you need to be aware of and it's pretty savage. Made popular by Generation Z, ie those aged 24 or younger, the term involves a lot of - potentially hurtful - truth telling and early dumpings. 2If you're single, you need to be aware of 'hardballing'Credit: Getty Hardballing is when a single person is very clear about their expectations from a relationship upfront. And, if your life plans don't match theirs, then it's an instant goodbye. It could be someone with a strict timescale for marriage and kids, or alternatively someone making it VERY clear it's just a casual fling. Sexpert Jana Hocking, who at 36 is learning about this belatedly like us, wrote about the trend for news.com.au, admitting it made her feel equal parts "very old" and "scared to give it a go". "How do you hardball someone without scaring them off?" she pondered, before deciding you should hit your date with the hard facts in your very first conversation. Jana adds: "They may tell you that they...
    A WOMAN has revealed she believes she's still single because men are too threatened to date her. Writing for news.com.au, Jana Hocking, 36, said she's dated both "crazy" career types and footy-loving lads who live for the weekend and want to settle down soon. 2Jana Hocking, 36, believes she's still single because men feel threatened of her ambitionCredit: Instagram But either way, the writer and podcaster, from Sydney, Australia, believes guys can't cope with a driven woman. She says: "Often you will see their eyes glaze over as you start telling them about your job, including your ambitions and goals. “It would appear, from the outside, that many find it emasculating for a woman to kick ass in their career. Heaven forbid if she makes more money than them.” Although she admits not all men are like this, Jana says blokes who "cheer in our corner" are few and far between. 2She says men's eyes 'glaze over' and they seem 'emasculated' by her talking about her ambitionsCredit: Instagram She adds: "My question is … why?! Is it a cave man...
    SHIFTING in and out of lockdowns puts a strain on everyone's relationships, particularly if you're trying to keep the spark alive. The staggering impact that the pandemic has had on our love lives has caused many to find new and exciting ways to connect with their partners. 5Jana spoke on the podcast about ways to inject some spice into a lockdown romanceCredit: Instagram/@jana_hocking 5Jana suggested sex in public toilets as a way to keep the spark aliveCredit: Instagram/@jana_hocking Journalist Jana Hocking explained to news.com.au's podcast Kinda Sorta Dating the interesting ways she's used to keep the spark alive previously, and encourages others to do the same. She said: "Keep doing the walks, get frisky in a public toilet there’s ways to spice it up." Jana then confessed that she had had sex in a public loo with a previous boyfriend. While Jana recommends doing the deed in the public toilets, we certainly can't as it is not legal in the UK. 5She also suggested making the most of Zoom and phone sexCredit: Instagram/@jana_hocking 5Journalist Jana presents a podcast...
    MANY women will have had the experience of being with a perfectly lovely romantic partner, but not knowing whether they really are 'The One'. Fortunately, a dating expert has come up with an easy two-second test to help you tell whether you should marry them - or call the relationship a day. 4Dating expert has revealed her two-second test for finding out if a partner is marriage materialCredit: instagram/@jana_hocking Writing for News.com.au, Jana Hocking explained that she has devised a way to decide whether it's a "firm yes" or "hard no" when it comes to getting hitched with someone. She said: "I usually do it after quite a few dates, say three months down the track. I take a good look at the bloke and then imagine myself at the start of the wedding aisle. "I think to myself, 'If I arrived at the aisle and looked down to see them waiting for me at the other end, would I light up and be genuinely excited to see them? Would I think to myself ‘How the heck did I...
    A SINGLE woman has revealed she once flew the 10,555 miles from Australia to London for a bloke she thought was ‘the one’ - only to row with him on the second day and come back.  So in just four days Jana Hocking flew 2,1110 miles for the unnamed man - likely spending thousands of pounds with average flights to Australia costing around £1,3000.  4Jana Hocking says a man should always pay the bill on the first date Credit: jana_hocking/Instagram 4The 36-year-old revealed her shocking date story which took her to the UK and back in just a couple of daysCredit: jana_hocking/Instagram Jana, who has previously said men should always pay bills on a first date, told news.com.au “I flew to London once for an ex-boyfriend who had moved over there.” But she perhaps should have known they weren’t meant to be - having already split up once. “I said to him, ‘I never want to talk to you again, don’t talk to me’ and then of course after a year we started talking again,” she explained. Jana and her...
    A WOMAN has revealed how her "bad boy" boyfriend cheated on her when she couldn't pick him up from jail on Sundays. And the lad was only caught out because of a McDonald's meal. 3Jana Hocking reveals her 'bad boy' ex cheated on her when she couldn't pick him up from JAILCredit: instagram/@jana_hocking Speaking on news.com.au's Kinda Sorta Dating podcast, Aussie Jana Hocking revealed how her ex was was made to spend weekends in prison on two occasions during their five-year relationship. Speaking to host Samantha Wills, the 36-year-old said she was “so in love” that she’d leave university, where she was studying journalism, early to drive him to weekend detention. But she couldn't pick him up on Sundays as she had to drive back to Charles Sturt University, in Bathurst, from Sydney for a new uni week. And she says the love rat seized the opportunity to get his secret second girlfriend to do the task. 3He was caught out after...
    SINGLETONS! There is a simple rule if you want to kick off a date the right way: Take care of your hygiene and rock up presentable. That is it. The end. Full stop. Thank you for coming to my TED talk. 4Singleton Jana Hocking has been on a fair few first dates in her lifeCredit: jana_hocking/Instagram Now listen, I’m sure you are all thinking “Well duh Fred!” (Do people still say that or is it a term that was best kept in the ‘90s?!) but I’m serious! As someone who has been on a jolly many dates, I can safely say that the first 5 minutes of a date sets the tone for whether it will be successful or meh. We judge, all of us do. Within the first greeting I’ve clocked clothes, shoes, teeth, odour and hair style. If I see a hint of greasy hair, a dirty thong, or a stench of BO I’m already looking for the nearest exit. It says that either 1. You’re not that invested in the date and just chucked on any...
    A SINGLE woman has claimed blokes should always pay on a first date, and she’s ‘instantly turned off’ if she has to reach for her purse.  Jana Hocking, 36, said a date can be going swimmingly up until the bill arrives, and if they ask to go Dutch it’s unlikely there will be a second date, she told news.com.au.  4Jana Hocking says a man should always pay the bill on the first date Credit: jana_hocking/Instagram She said: “I’ve liked perfectly lovely guys, but if they’ve gone tight on a bill, I am instantly turned off.” Jana, from Sydney, recalls going on a date with a man she ‘quite liked’, but the end of the evening left a ‘bad taste’ in her mouth. She said: “He really stared at my purse as the bill came and wouldn’t even reach for his own until I had placed my card on the bill tray first.” In contrast, she explained how she went for a date with a bloke over the weekend, and was “chuffed” when he made a “big deal” of paying the...
    WHILE many women will be left feeling uncomfortable when they are catcalled, Jana Hocking can’t get enough. Far from rolling her eyes at a wolf whistle, Jana actively enjoys the attention claiming she finds the attention “flattering.” 4Jana Hocking says she loves being wolf-whistled atCredit: instagram Writing for News.com.au she reveals why we should all be open to being objectified… I have a shameless confession: I adore being objectified. Now before you get out the pitch forks and scream at me for letting down the female tribe, let’s all take a big deep breath and ponder on this for a second. Have you ever had a day where you feel bloated, puffy, and generally blaaaaah. 4She says that attention from strangers makes her dayCredit: instagram Then you go for a coffee and the barista takes your order while staring at your chest, or that bloke down the road walks past and boldly gives you the ol’ up and down. I don’t know about you, but it sure lifts my spirits. At work, we used to have a joke when...
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