By permitting engagement in such undefined and open-ended encounters, society is fostering a generation of adolescents that are passively apathetic to decision-making.
We’re fiercely loyal and always have your back. We are the first to stand up for somebody and will go down swinging to defend our parents or really anyone else who we care about.
Sex with someone who doesn’t speak a word of the same language.
I urge you to look for these red flags from the beginning and save your energy and emotions for someone who is going to actually appreciate you and give you the time of day.
I’m going to go ahead and say that this is probably one of those B-minus, crappy articles you’ll likely regret reading, but I won’t apologize for wasting your time. Who knows — you might pick up a thing or two from what I’m about to say.
Next day brunch.
As I am re-watching Sex and the City episodes for the millionth time, I come upon an episode where Miranda faces chlamydia and is advised by her doctor to contact past partners.
The upside of feeling completely mortified is that you can usually learn something.
“We’re not together anymore, but I’ll be grateful to her forever.”
Where the discomfort came was when he walked me to the door in the morning and we both had that awkward second of “are we kissing goodbye?”