States that men and women can never be friends unless the man is gay, is sober and finds the woman repulsive, or has another woman much higher on his ladder.
The Ladder Theory is the non-scientific rationalization of men’s and women’s first impressions of each other.
The theory explains that each of us has our own “ladder”. For men, the top spot in the ladder is occupied by women whom they really wish to be dating and have a sexual relationship with, and those at the bottom are those they consider unattractive and undesirable.
According to the Ladder Theory, men and women consciously and unconsciously project a mental rating when meeting anyone from the opposite sex.Ladder Theory is specifically aimed at heterosexual men and women, although it could arguably be applied to any legal sexual orientation.See the Ladder Theory Disclaimer below for contextual explanation (i.e., why Ladder Theory is on this website). He’s also added more to the list than you could have possibly dreamt of. You will not find this in Songs of Songs, but you will find it amongst the most successful couples I know to date.He’s the Adonis wrapped in red velvet icing and you’ve contacted the BBC to release a small bulletin about such joyous news. It’s the reason perhaps why it’s taking me so long to wed, because I don’t want to feel like I’ve made some hideous mistake. There needs to be a season of discovery with a willingness to accept that Romeo might just be better off drinking the poison, no matter how much he may resemble Jared Leto (on looks department, not bed notches). Whether they are conscious to this love algebra I don’t know – but I’ve spotted common denominators before. Without trust, well, just trust me – you’re not called ‘Psycho Sally’ for no reason, and you’re not the version you were created to be.