No expectations about how big this should be, or how shaved that should be, that will ruin the whole thing if it’s not quite up to your standards.
Something truly ugly happens in people when we feel that we’re losing something we love, something that we put in the work for and cared for, such as our significant other.
Is that really the point of these conversations — to get me to stop being upset by reminding me that men still find me attractive, that I still have some kind of worth in this world, as judged by others?
People tell us all the time that we should be together, that we would make such a good couple, that we’re “basically already dating.” What does that mean?
I don’t care if he’s bringing home the foreskin. I don’t care about any of this because we are not obsessed as a culture with making sure men’s bits look like something made for a Bratz doll.
You told me you were leaving, and at least had the decency not to pretend that it was just to be alone for a while.
Read the entire Wikipedia article on a really important event you know almost nothing about, and feel really informed for the next few days.
Overhearing incredibly thin girls talk about how fat they feel, even though you are clearly twice their size and within earshot.
Because I’m afraid you’ll ask me for the sweater back which I have strategically stolen. But you can’t be mad at me for this; it fits perfectly and keeps me extremely warm on the semi-frequent nights where my heater doesn’t work.
Do not force them to engage in constant activities which you believe will make them a more “well-rounded” person.