My cousin posted this on my timeline. I’m sure every girl whose reading this is gonna go “Like OMG, this is so true.” Let’s admit it. We do this. All the time. We’re always judgmental and it’s not always actions that determine a person for us. And you can’t call us shallow because that’s the way the world spins. From what I’ve seen and been through I think these are the most common mistakes (and I don’t know if you can call them that; I’m certainly not in a position to judge them myself) that girls make when it comes to the opposite sex:
- If you know me you must have heard me saying this a lot of times. Us girls, have been used to being treated well, not nicely a lot of times. We’re obviously on the more sensitive side afraid to be rude but most of the boys don’t really care about that. We’re so used to meeting tons of douchebags who do things to piss you off or cease all forms of communication hours after you’ve met them just because they’re not into you anymore. This has lead us to dismiss every guy who is nice to us. Like being nice is not a sign that he really likes you- He’s just being polite. That’s how it should be in the first place. But this doesn’t stop us from jumping into conclusions such as “omg, he texted back I should totally give this a chance.” He didn’t text back to a monologue of you professing your love for him did he? He was being courteous. What you should actually give a chance is a spa-day and some serious rethinking.
- We watch these deluded movies that make us want someone who’d talk to us like that and do really sweet things and probably watch us sleep every night (If you nodded to the last bit you’re clearly an Edward fan. I’m not sure we can be friends.)
Yeah, so when you do find a guy who is really nice and respects you and actually cares for you, you leave him for a bad guy. I’m talking about the guy who is stops giving a rat’s bum about you like once in 10 days, if ever. Maybe it’s the challenge of making him want you. You know you have the good guy all wrapped up, there’s no fun in that. You’re on the prowl and need new prey to hunt. What you don’t realize is that you’re becoming roadkill in the process.
Article by: Unnati Marda