Friday 25 September 2015

Do You X Me?

The age-old refrain of a woman: "Do you X me?"

Where X = love, like, trust, etc

Her: Do you trust me?

Me: No.

Her: ...waffle and wibble and dribble and whine as you tune out...

She doesn't like that you said no.

But not because you said you didn't love/like/trust/whatever her. Even though that's what she's decided to whine about on the surface. Anything to keep the plausible deniability.

Because the question wasn't the real question, it was to actually set you up to do something that you really didn't want to do - and she knew you wouldn't - and she's unhappy that you headed her off at the pass.

The nasty manipulative little bitch.

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  1. Well, I believe a man can still "like" a woman without loving or trusting her. The novelty of a woman's ability to pass the boner test while fleeting, is still somewhat worthwhile sometimes if only for the sake of satisfying your own biological impulses. Otherwise, it's a trap to avoid like a siren's song.

    1. "a woman's [fleeting] ability to pass the boner test"

      Just wait until she resembles Ashley Graham (and that's optimistic - she might instead start looking like the second wife of Pierce Brosnan, Keely Shaye Smith). A friendly advice: save yourself the image search for her photos.

    2. Pamela Anderson post wall 40+ years old with her eyebrows shaved off and penciled back in though a thirsty simp like myself would still hit it:
      In this siren song, they all die.