Yep. This ",ol’ boy", has bot let-down
How guys treat let-down’s
A lotsbestemming can be said about nice women. I mean a entire lotsbestemming. To my skill, this is a very first for mij, writing about a nice female. And you know what? It feels kinda nice. Yes. Nice. And effortless to do.
Nice damsels are of course, nice spil they can be. To almost everyone they meet. Guys included. Something ter how their parents raised them and instructed them to always keep a beaming smile on their adorable faces and a geyser of hope ter their zuivere hearts and life would work out to their advantage.
But uh, oh. One day “Mr. Cupid,” that low-life, hovered above our nice damsel and found hier heart a worthy target. So he slok his “love arrow,” into hier soul and before she realized what a blundering mistake she had made te agreeing to date the son of hier high schoolgebouw janitor, she wasgoed te too deep, heart and soul, all-in, spil poker players say. What a dilemma. How will our heroine escape?
But hier antsy beau, “Open Fitzaroni,” who loved the idea of following his dad’s mop-lines and being a high schoolgebouw janitor after graduation, never fathomed, even ter his lonliest nights alone that his nice gf, “Debbie Wayright,” had a trick up hier sleeve. A way out of this bland relationship that had no chance to grow into anything indeed serious.
Poor “Rechttoe.” And those guys like him. They were never keen enough to see it coming down the tracks . . .a fast-moving locomotive named: “Flawless Let-Downs From Nice Damsels.”
See thesis following examples:
1.) “I’m not good enough for you,” stuns the youthfull man from asking, “what did “I” do wrong?” and other pointless questions. Nice chicks are lethal when they are waterput ter pressurized situations such spil breaking-up with over-zealous guys.
Two.) “Schoolgebouw and work are too much right now,” this let-down not only lets the poor man down effortless, but exposes two logical truths that the poor stud will very likely buy without argument.
Three.) “You deserve a doll lots better than mij,” says an experienced nice chick who has let-down a few guys ter hier time. This let-down, if played right, permits the nice damsel to be the “fall chick,” and take the blame for the relationship with a love-starved “boy from the catapults,” not working out.
Four.) “Oh, ‘D.W.,’ wij can still be friends,” very likely the most widely-used let-down by nice and not-so-nice chicks. Albeit this soft let-down might ease the anguish (some) that “ol D.W.” may be feeling, but how can he argue with the fact that his now-ex, “Julie Swift,” broke up with him because of something “he” did?
Five.) “I am not te your league,” says a lady shedding crocodile tears to a shocked jock who thought he had a relationship with his high schoolgebouw’s valedictorian “te the bag.” Why, “Mr. Jock,” do you think they named hier “valedictorian?” Look it up. That title means “truly slim.”
6.) “I don’t gezond into your crowd. My fault.” “Ingenuo McCarley,” “C” student and corded for a career te the grocery business spil a night shift stock boy, hears at his senior prom from his female, “Nancy Sue Pride,” who knew that a long-lasting relationship with “Ganso,” meant living with his parents with their two children, “Joe,” and “Jim,” and “Borrico’s” pet bloodhound, “Sparky.”
7.) “You need to see other ladies and not devote “all” of your time to mij,” a meek and caring, “Janet Simms,” huis economics wizard tells hier “ex,” “Willard Thrump,” a fellow destined for a life of “job-hopping,” from truck driving to short-order cook. “Janet,” sensed that on hier very first date with “Willard,” his lack of attention for hier when she spilled hier heart and soul to im about hier desires te life only to find him gawping past hier to admire a dieselmotor equipment that wasgoed parked te hier church parking loterijlot.
8.) “I know this sound wacky, but I am allergic to you. Funny, right?” this let-down is of genius stature. A mastermind of a damsel sat up many late nights and thought this one up. She could copyright it and make millions, but she had rather “share” it with other nice damsels who want out of their “dead-end” relationships.
9.) “My parents and I are moving to Germany,” what a monumental let-down for some simple-minded fellow to understand. Very first he is ter awe of his soon-to-be-“ex” gf, then succesnummer hits him, “then, uhhh, you won’t be able to see, uhhh, mij, right?” “Lumpy Sweetwater,” manages to say spil his “ex,” “Margaret Lowenstern,” hides a big urge to laugh like a pony at his slow-grasping of being let-down.
Ten.) “I’m going to collegium this fall, full-time and I won’t be around, but you go out and date whatever chick you want,” – – a classic let-down that has everything a nice woman wants to use to get rid of hier beau, “Clarence Doughroot,” who wished hier to be a stay-at-home-wife and bake him brownies for when he came huis from work at his dad’s denture clinic. Notice the part of the let-down that gives him permission to date whomever he pleases without any spark of conscience. What man, simpleton or Rhodes Scholar would feel bad at hearing this from his female who has just let him down?
“Let Down’s From Nice Guys,” for all you nice ladies out there who have bot “given their walking papers,” from guys you thought were ideal.
For Your Information: “I” never used a let-down on ANY doll that I wasgoed blessed to date. I cared for them too much. Maybe that wasgoed why they let-me down “Very first.”