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Whether it’s the holiday season or Valentine’s Day or the magic of 4th of July fireworks, we know it’s the shared moments that are most special.
Yet this desire can cloud our judgment and lead to poor choices.
And kind of "b*tch-like", for lack of better words.
Like they'll look at at guy showing the slightest bit of interest, maybe not even a romantic/sexual interest but just a friendly interest, and turn up their noses, or laugh at him, or just shrug at him, as if the guy is supposed to know how the hell to respond to that.
What is it, some sophisticated style of flirting or flipping you off?
Is the guy supposed to be super witty and original to pass the test?
It can even feel like too much work starting over with someone new.
Whatever it is, it's confusing and it's a complete and utter turn-off for me. Are there any easygoing, straightforward girls out there?
(i.e., girls that aren't boring, just know how to communicate on a freakin' comprehensible and normal level?
“Men mess up and then we feel badly about it.” One of my best friends in graduate school used to say this.
As we swapped stories, too often this was a conclusion we came down to. Another said he was too good for the girl he was dating. Women wishing it was a small drawback and not an indication of something bigger.
Then when it didn’t work out they’d feel badly…about themselves.
No, not the guy who said all of these offensive things or treated a woman disrespectfully.