From the time of the Troglodytes and before, it has been our biological imperative to pass on our genes. It has always been nature’s desire to strive for perfection, and so classical Darwinism has morphed into social Darwinism. Within our very DNA, within every cell of our being, and within the summit of our every desire is the compelling drive to find the best mate we can. Alas, we have always been limited by our social status, our attractiveness, and our sex-appeal. Among women, beauty alone suffices to attain desirable sexual partners. As for men, those naturals that can score at will, seemingly on sheer instinct, represent a rather small percentage of the masculine lot. Most of us, men and women, who aren’t particularly distinguished, nor self-confident are left to second guess our position vis-à-vis the opposite sex. We ask our friends for advice, we read Cosmopolitan, or Dating for Dummies; in short, we do whatever we can to unravel the apparent enigma of the opposite sex. After all, we don’t want to be embarrassed, should we confuse a friendly smile with a flirtatious gesture; we don’t want to batter our self-esteem with needless rejection. So much seems to be at stake in this endless sexual game, and, at times, so much seems to hang on a thin thread. And so, the dating pundits spring forth from Aladdin’s lamp like so many false prophets, teaching us that which has been encoded in our very cells since the dawn of time. Have we forgotten to listen to ourselves, have we lost the path of our basic primordial instincts? Well, in case we have, just watch the video below.