A MILLIONAIRE matchmaker has shared the 10 things women should never say if they want to bag themselves a boyfriend.
London-based Anna Bey, 33, who’s admitted to having a nose job, botox, cheek and lip fillers to enhance her look, regularly shares guides for women aspiring to be ‘elegant’.
Millionaire matchmake Anna Bey has shared the 10 topics women should steer clear of Credit: schoolofaffluence/Instagram
Anna, originally from Sweden, overhauled her looks and lifestyle to bag herself a banker boyfriend, and teaches women how to follow in her footsteps at her online finishing school.
Her latest video on her YouTube channel revealed the 10 words and topics women should avoid – including talking about sex and football.
The etiquette expert said: “An elegant lady would never say these things!
“So, to polish your proper etiquette for conversation, make sure to avoid doing these speaking mistakes.”
If you’re looking for a boyfriend, avoid chatting about sex or football
Anna admits she “learnt it the hard way”, as she reveals the first barred phrase is saying you’re going to the bathroom.
She said: “Elegant ladies never say they are going to the loo, to the toilet, or whatever business hse has to do behind closed doors.
“So if you have to go, you simply just excuse yourself.”
And you should never demand things from people, as she explained: “An elegant lady would never day ‘give me this’, you simply say, could you give me this, please? Don’t forget the please, the thank you.”
Anna revealed you shouldn’t ask people what they do for a living – or how much they earn
If you have any controversial opinions, you should keep them to yourself, as she said: “Unsolicited opinions are an annoyance, both in real life but also on the internet.”
She reeled off a list of ‘taboo subjects’, which include everything from money to sport.
Anna said: “Do not talk about sex, politics, diseases, remember I mentioned cancer. Do not talk about these things or other types of sensitive subjects that can really make people feel either disturbed, maybe they are a graphic type of subject, or just a very sensitive subject.
“Even things like soccer teams, religion, or just literally unpopular opinions that you might have.”
And you never say you need the loo, the toilet or bathroom – simply excuse yourself Credit: schoolofaffluence/Instagram
Another massive faux pas is asking people what they do for a living – or how much they earn.
She instructed: “No matter how curious you are, never ask ‘what do you do’, ‘where do you work’ etc.
“Let people open that up if they want to share that information. It just comes across very nosy.
“It comes across perhaps a bit opportunistic as well. So don’t be a little miss investigator because it’s not going to be a good look for you.”
Anna shared her wisdom in her latest YouTube videoCredit: YouTube/ School of Affluence
And you should never, ever, talk about money or any financial issues, as she warned you should steer clear of ‘asking how much things cost, how much people earn, anything money related’.
Lastly you should ‘never brag’, as it will have the opposite effect on your company.
Anna said: “Elegant ladies would never be saying I have this, I have that, I know this person, I know that person.
”Aren’t we just tired of the name droppers and the show offs. People are going to dislike you.”
Anna admitted to having a £10k nose job, lip and cheek fillers, and botoxCredit: schoolofaffluence/Instagram
Another no-go area is sex, as Anna said: “Elegant ladies never talk about sex.
“When women start talking about how they need sex, how they want sex.
“I just really think it’s so inappropriate and it just comes across very aggressive as well.”
Finally if anyone does divulge what they do, you should avoid trying to get any freebies out of them.
Anna’s managed to bag herself a banker boyfriend, and shares tips for women wanting to follow in her footsteps Credit: schoolofaffluence/Instagram
Anna explained: “Never ask for professional advice in a social setting.
“If it’s a doctor, and you start asking them for medical advice, or the lawyer for legal advice.”
Lastly she said “Elegant ladies are never insensible to cultural differences in social settings.
“This is the same thing if you don’t like a specific football team or any other sports team.”
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