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“It worked for a while—I thought I was being jealous and possessive.” The fact that he drew his mom into the equation somehow made it seem more legit, but when Jenny walked in on him kissing another woman that all fell by the wayside.
“It turned out that he was sleeping with half my friends.” As for Robbie and myself?
I was surprised when he called the next night, but happy to hear from him. He’d had a terrible day at work and wanted to discuss.
First he tried cajoling me into blowing off my friends so we could talk, and when that didn’t work, he flipped out and hung up on me.
I guiltily tried to ignore it, but it was too late. If you’ve ever ended a relationship in its early stages, you’ll be familiar with the ick.
It’s that cringe-inducing gut feeling that emerges when you’re dating someone — a sudden repulsion that you can’t shake off.
His compliments that used to make me blush, suddenly seemed intrusive and creepy.
@daisy_bernard by Ari Bines It's become pretty obvi to me (and probably you, too) that dating sucks.
I once went out with a guy who persistently tried to invite himself back to my place and I was not with the shits so my lame-ass excuse was that I had to get up hella early for work the next day.…
How many times have you been out with a foxy new someone only to have him do or say something that made your stomach lurch—and not in an I-wanna-make-babies-with-him-now way. Perhaps it was more subtle—he snickered when you tripped or didn’t introduce you to the attractive “friend” you ran into.
Then again, maybe there was nothing you could articulate, but he just felt off. I was in the midst of a very long dry spell when my buddy Don offered to fix me up with his friend Robbie.