How to spot a “man”

*Please excuse my sarcasm*

So, most little boys eventually grow up, and become men. I mean that’s what’s supposed to happen, right? They are babies, start walking, hit puberty, start ejaculating, and then eventually they become “men”. Unfortunately, a lot of these boys only physically become men, and they stop emotionally growing when they are teenagers. So, I have constructed a great list for you on how to spot a “man”.

#1.) They don’t have the balls to tell you they don’t like you. Instead, they blow you off, or just stop replying to your texts. You know who does this? TEENAGERS! Teen boys who cannot tell you they don’t like you, OR guys that are seeing like 20 different chicks, and just want to string you along.

#2.) I dumped my last boyfriend…straight to his face. I told him how I felt straight to his face, no bullshit. Then afterwards, he tells me he is going to the bathroom and never came back LMFAO. He sent me a text message saying have a nice life. I thought it was hilarious.

#3.) He complains that you don’t like his posts on social media. LOL.

#4.) He reads your texts and make comments about them, and constantly accuses you of cheating.

#5.) He tells you what you want to hear instead of what he actually feels.

#6.) A guy that tells you he will never “disrespect” you, and then totally ignores you. I’m sorry but I am pretty sure ignoring someone, and blowing them off is disrespectful, but maybe I’m a martian or something.

xoxoxox

Jaclyn

 

 

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Feminism..At Fast Times

Fast Times at Ridgemont High is one of my all time favorite flicks, because the characters are incredibly relatable, and Amy Heckerling did a FANTASTIC job at being “pro” feminist without making me feel like I was being lectured.

My favorite line is:

“What does it matter? He’s a stereo salesman. What’d you wanna do, marry him? Have kids with him?”

I was once told I am a lot like Linda,and while we definitely have similar personality traits, I can also relate to the naiveness of Stacy especially in High School.

Linda likes dating older men, and in the end of the flick ends up with her Shrink professor. I also enjoy dating older men, because I feel like I am so wise for my age, and men my own age can never ever say what they want. I am more confrontational, and just tell you what I feel. No bullshit. No games. She also complained about how guys her age sucked in bed, and they do. They only understand how to fuck, they don’t understand how to have sex.

Linda also told Stacy to just ask the guy out, because they love that kind of stuff, and they do, especially if a guy is unsure of whether, or you are into him. Linda was really comfortable with her sexuality, and never put another female down, which was very mature for a high school student. Unfortunately, she had a knack for shitty men. Her “fiance” fails to show up at her graduation, and then eventually dumps her.  When you care about someone you don’t do stuff like that.

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