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Lies girls tell friends

This is for the ladies, this one is for you. We’re going to talk about the number one lie that girls tell their friends about dudes. If you’re wondering if a guy’s into you. You will talk to your group of girls. You'll be like, “yo, I really like this guy I don't know what's up with him?” Your friends will say something like, “oh girl, you know he’s intimidated by you!” It'll usually be some version of that or you're so much woman or he's into you but doesn't know it yet. Some bullshit to make you feel better.

What happens is, you do feel better. Then you keep dealing with this fuckboy instead of letting him go. I mean, he told you one thing but he's acting a different way. That's why you're asking for advice. Listen to what he says, because he told or hinted that he's not ready for a relationship. Then your friends lie and make you confused. I'm sorry to break it to you, but he’s not that into you. If he likes you and he's into you, he will let you know. It's that simple.

Your friends don’t want want to break it down to you like this because they don’t want to hurt your feelings. They don't want to see you cry on the floor or snot dripping out your nose at the bar. Especially when we're trying to have a good time. So we're leaving you thinking “you're too much woman for him.” Believe me, there's a big difference between a guy that's super into you and a guy that's using you when he’s bored. Anytime you hear a girl say, “he's intimidated by you” even if you hear him say it. I want you ladies to read it as fuck that guy and move on.


What are other lies that friends tell each other? Let me know in the comments!


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No New Friends

We're going to be talking about an observation that I made after graduating college. Which is, it’s damn near impossible to make friends, especially with the opposite sex, as an adult. The friend zone collection that you’ve grown and cherished since high school. It dies and dries up. I’m not saying it’s impossible to make friends. The quantity and speed which you make them diminish.

My reasoning for this is, in high school and college you're surrounded by people. You're put in groups, you go to parties and you walk to class. Meeting people everywhere you look! Then you graduate, jump right into a job and yes you can make friends at your job. But let’s be honest, you're working, you're fucking paying bills and this shit is hard. Adulting is fucking hard. You're tired all the time, you're fucking tired. Do you really want to spend time making friends? Especially if you're part of the single as fuck crew. In that case, you’d rather date than make friends.

Speaking of dating, not a good place to find friends. Letting you know now. So, the next time you meet someone through a dating app and think "I don’t want to hook up but they’d make a great friend." STOP. They don’t want to be your friend. They're not there to be your friend. They don’t have time for that and they’re TIRED too. The last thing they want to do on their day off. When they’re trying to get it in, is hang out with you. Their new friend. Believe me, they already have friends remember? They hardly see them cause they're tired.

If you’re in high school or college collect as many friends as you can. Then once you graduate you can make more friends through those old ones. It’s not impossible, but it’s harder than you think. You have to think strategically if you want to achieve these post college friends.

The more I analyze this, why would you even want more friends? They're a lot of work. But, some of you want them. Because you love to having people in the friendzone whether to paint your house or walk your dog. To you I say, don’t give up hope! In this crazy matrix of life, you can make friends! Even if everyone is dating and tired of this shit.


Have you found that it’s harder to make friends as an adult? Let me know in the comments! 


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