Perhaps I’m a cynic and wildly jaded. Feel free to disagree with everything I say and continue to naively believe every handsome “gentleman” who crosses your path, but I’ve known enough douchey boys to come to the conclusion that everything a guy ever says is a lie. Well, maybe not everything. When they tell you “I’m really not looking for a girlfriend right now” they probably mean that. But I’ve composed for you the top five most frequently used lies that you shouldn’t fall for twice. More…
With the new year approaching and that inevitable will I have someone to kiss at midnight dilemma looming; you may be in the market for new romantic prospects. A first date tonight could turn into a second by Saturday. I would like to give you a few “not to do’s” to make first dating as painless as possible. We’ve all been on first dates where some surprising snippet of personal information is dropped into the conversation in a way that is as jarring an earring falling into your soup. And we’ve all done it. You find a sympathetic ear and the next thing you know, you’re pouring your heart out like you’re in a confessional. Way too much information can be shared way too soon, particularly if alcohol is involved. The following is a list of topics that are best to avoid on a first date: More…
If he says: “I’ll call you when I get back”: translation is: wherever I’m going I’m not coming back so don’t wait for my call.
“I’ll call you when I’m done”: when I’m done curing cancer or traveling to outer space to service the Russian space station. Might be a while.
“I’ll call you when I get home”: really means; I’m homeless so don’t hold your breath.
“I’ll call you right back”: get a good book cause it’s going to be awhile.
“I’ll call you soon”: soon to him means whenever he remembers your name so u don’t figure out that you are programed as “big tits girl from bar” in his phone.
And then he”ll; nope , this guy isn’t ever going to call.
Stop waiting by the phone. No answer is your answer.