Everyday, I listen to my roommate’s extreme relationship issues, my friends’ roommate issues, and never do I stop and think how lucky I am to A. get along with my boyfriend’s knit picky habits and B. my roommate’s dirty tissues on the floor. Needless to say, I love them both. However, my roommate’s love issues are enough entertainment to last me and probably you, through the month.
As her on again, off again relationship comes to it’s, let’s say 3242934th “end”, she has truly learned to appreciate what google has to offer to it’s viewers. Not only does it offer answers to your questions, quick links to what you need, but it also offers free “spyware” to what exactly your boyfriend/girlfriend is up to on the internet. You always hear about these parental controls, I’m starting to believe they need to add some boyfriend/girlfriend controls. I never believed that googling your name could show pretty much anything that is posted or published about you on the internet. Not only that, what you’re subscribed to as well. So in her case, her boyfriend likes to subscribe to places like plentyoffish.com
If you have never heard of this site, and it’s not the only site that this person belongs to, it’s definitely a way to advertise you and your desires for sex. Whatever happened to those “chivalrous hopeless romantics?” The men that bring you flowers on unexpected days, come to your door to pick you up, paying for dates, and simply just being the gentleman. Apparently men these days think that life is a gentleman’s club. Girls are to pay for themselves, open their own damn door, come outside when honked for, and flowers… what are those?
Not only do men not understand the true way to please a woman in the romantic way. we won’t even talk about the sexual way.
What ever happened to “breaking up”. Men have this unrealistic idea that they can put their “girl next door” girlfriend on the back burner while he dates the exotic, much younger, promiscuous female, and when that doesn’t work out, the girlfriend is put back on the front burner. Beggars can’t be choosers here.
My last question… for tonight… is why do men think they can make up for what they did or said with a present? In this case, he can in one way. Send us some damn Cheesecake Factory cheesecake. It’ll definitely warm the roommate’s heart ♥
And ALL I’ve learned from his sex escapades and my roommate’s constant broken heart is that “I’ve got all I need, and it’s alright by me.”