Problems with dating a pretty girl
“She broke into your home, has threatened ”“Yeah,” my old roommate mutters sheepishly, “You were right about that military/crazy thing.”“Oh, this has nothing to with the military….” I say as I imagine a young woman with a vendetta breaking down a door and stealing my clothes.
“This chick just happens to be certifiably nuts.”There’s silence on the end of the other line.
After a few drinks, it's not uncommon for them to get flirty (even if they're in a relationship) and I hate having to find a non-awkward way to shut them down while somehow maintaining our friendship.” The thread also revealed conflicting experience when it came to the amount of attention beautiful women would receive. But another disturbingly wrote, “I get catcalled / honked at a lot. The other day I took a 15 minute walk and in that time I got honked at twice and a guy got out of his car at a red light to ask me if I needed a ride.
While some struggled to find dates, others found the attention they attracted to be dangerous. It just makes me scared sometimes.” Other women admitted they had experienced similar situations too, “Random guys on the street ask me if I want to grab a coffee or give them my number regularly.
”But the question to that answer, Meagan Prins), so I reaped some of what I sowed.
However, I’m a firm believer the best advice comes from the people who’ve had life kick the trash out of them due to their poor mistakes.
I don’t do awkward silences well, so I ask the next question that pops into my mind.“So, why’d you stay with her so long in spite of all the crazy?They have it all, and no we aren't biased when we say pretty — we mean like really pretty; hell, one of our besties is a former Miss Tennessee!