How to Bounce Back After Being Shot Down by Your Ex
(A Short Guide For Men)
So you’re trying to get back with your ex, huh? I am sure that you are trying to do those little things that helped you win her over in the beginning. You’ve had plenty of time to reflect on yourself; so now you’re trying to correct your wrongs and mold yourself into a better man.
You are being more open, more honest, and being apologetic. I have to say that I am starting this off as if you did something wrong. I understand that isn’t always the case as to why you are now have the title “ex boyfriend”. But for the sake of this article let’s say you messed up and now you’re trying to win your lady back.
I am starting this off as if you did something wrong. I understand that isn’t always the case as to why you are now have the title “ex boyfriend”
So far everything you’re doing seems to be working. She seem interested in rekindling what you two once had. At this point you are feeling very optimistic and you are full of joy. Promising that you will never mess up again. Then suddenly she hit you with “I am sorry, I can’t do this anymore.
What’s Your Body Count?
Does body count matter to you? Some of you may be wondering what I mean by “body count”. Body count is the number of sexual partners that you’ve had. So I will ask again, does body count matter to you?
I believe a woman’s body count does matter to men. After all men do have this formula that when a woman tells her body count that we have to multiply by three. As bogus as it sounds, I find it funny and ridiculous. Multiplying by three comes from the assumption that women aren’t honest about their sexual encounters. And they aren’t honest for understandable reasons. When you have terms like “thot” and “hoe” for women who like be sexually free, I can’t really blame them for shaving off a sexual partner or three.
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This Week in History
(May 28th, 2014)
Author Maya Angelou, an author and poet, dies at the age of 86 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Maya was also known for her work as a performer, civil rights activist and college professor. In 1969 Maya published her first book “I know why the Caged Bird Sings”. In 2011 President Barack Obama awarded her with the highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
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