• I have a theory

    by  • January 15, 2018 • * Safe for Work *, Confusion • 3 Comments

    .. I have now experienced this three times, not particularly looking for it or trying to make it happen but more by reflecting on the situation and seeing that it falls within my theory,

    When a man believes that there is even the smallest chance of having sex with you = he’s nice, pleasant, has manners, communicates with you, and presents to you the the best version of himself ….except it’s a facade.

    When a man realises that there is zero percent chance of having sex with you = you get the real guy. He’s no longer nice nor pleasant. Manners? What manners?… there is no communication or it is quite short and he becomes the rude obnoxious guy.

    I don’t understand why the men i’ve met that fall into this category just aren’t themselves without the facade. Be you, if you have manners, use them whether you are going to get sex or not; communicate because it is just respectful doesn’t matter who you are dealing with and there is no reason to be flat out rude. Maybe that’s just the immaturity coming through and the equivalent of throwing a tantrum because you aren’t getting what you want.

    …. clearly I haven’t found the right man yet…..whereever you are, whoever you are, I’ll be ready to meet you soon.

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    3 Responses to I have a theory

    1. Natasha
      January 15, 2018 at 6:21 pm

      Now days nobody has morals including females.




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    2. unknown
      January 16, 2018 at 5:07 pm

      I’ve been on both sides of this. I don’t think it’s being real or being fake.. it’s just that what the person thought might have been a possibility has come crashing down and they are sad or realize they have to move on. I’ve rejected women and thought we could still be friends, but it’s not what they were looking for and they move on from me. Women have rejected me and I feel hurt and it takes me time to get over that and return to a normal way of interacting. I think it does have to do with immaturity and every experience helps us grow. I hope you find the one you are looking for.




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    3. Author
      January 18, 2018 at 1:55 am

      I agree with both of you, these days both sexes can have no morals however this isn’t about morals. This is about being in a relationship with someone and it turns sour. As an adult ( I suppose that’s where an assumption is made, both parties act maturely) can you not just be civil and mature rather than carry on like a child. I’m still dealing with this on a daily basis until the boy child moves out.




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