Stop acting like you’re special. We don’t all want to date you. We aren’t all in love with you. Don’t get all bent out of shape and weirded out over a text, or over any kind of interest in your life or who you are as a person. If I like you, I will make it known.
2017 tested my self-respect and put hot water under my boundaries. One recurring lesson presented to me was that people will treat you how you allow them to treat you.
Forever boys will never have enough of you. They will never grow tired of the way you smell and the way you taste when your lips touch theirs. They will never grow tired of the sound of your laugh, or the way they say your name. They will never ever walk out. Because it’s not a game to them. It’s real life.
Fuckboys are charming. They leer you in with their fantastic smile and tricks up their sleeve that they have recycled in their long list of lovers. They win you over on the first date, telling you that you’re different. Telling you that they won’t hurt you or destroy.
Whether you’re currently dating someone or not (your Instagram reveals that you may be), I’m sorry, I don’t have an open-door policy, and I already have drinks on the books for tonight.
Thank him because he made you realize that love and dating aren’t meant to be a game of strategy; it’s supposed to be natural and easy.
If someone feels the need to constantly voice that he is so laid back or so nice and friendly, he’s probably not.
Girls have “Fuckboys” all wrong. He won’t leave you hanging. He’ll always be there for you in exactly the way he said he’d be there.
To be honest, it is pretty ballsy of him to confide in his ex-wife about how hard of time he’s having in the divorce from his current wife/old mistress. Don’t you think Jen had a hard time when you left her for this other woman, buddy?
Oh how you told me to close my mouth, then open my legs, said I have nothing to fear. O to you. For you shattered me.