how bout this, i know a bunch of single and willing women who’d love to take a swing at his balls…either give me his info so i can pass it along to them OR man up and ask that man out!
i like niggas who do this
you gotta find ways to get the spark back that remind each other why you fell in love in the first place. relationships, no matter how great they are, can always dull once two people get comfortable and remain stagnant. you start arguing over little shit, fussing over nothing, being annoyed by each other, it can be a mess. trust me, i’ve been there. even with my current boyfriend. but our friendship is really what held us together thru our mini rough patch.
most importantly, tell her how you feel. sit her down and tell her that you miss what you had and want it back, that you’re tired of the arguing, you just wanna be happy and work on things. if she says she wants to work on shit too, then boom. you’ve already jumped the first major hurdle. if she shows no interest in saving the relationship, then it’s time to move on. sometimes things fade if the foundation isn’t that strong — not saying your foundation isn’t strong, but if it is, it’s worth saving. two people who may not get along for a short period of time, but still love each other deeply and both want things to get better, can’t be stopped.
when you guys talk, does she ever initiate the conversation? meaning, does she call you or text you FIRST?
if she does, go for it.
if she doesn’t, i still say go for it, but be slick about it. next time yall are talkin and vibin, ask her if she’s seen a movie or gone to an event/show/concert/whateverthefuck that you both might be interested in, then invite her along.
you: “Hey Bonquisha, wassup girl, what you doin?”
her: “Hey Anferknee, chillin, watchin a movie, how are you?”
you: “Oh i’m good, what movie you watchin?”
her: “Some Tyler Perry shit, its pretty wack tho. I’d rather be watching something funny.”
you: “Yeah I’m a big fan of comedies, have you seen The Campaign? It’s hilarious, you should check it out”
her: “Oh I love that movie! I’m a huge Will Farrell fan!”
you: “Oh word? well you know Anchorman 2 comin out soon, you wanna go check it out with me?”
her: “Sure, i’d love to!”
her: “Nah, I gotta wash my hair. Thanks anyway though.”
sometimes women reject a man all based on surface shit. how he approached us initially, or whatever, we can say no quite easily. then we can later get to know that same person and feel stupid for rejecting him. just ask her out again, but don’t be weird and nervous about it. if she says no, then you know for CERTAIN, that she just isn’t into you and you can focus on a lady who wants your attention and company. swallow your pride and go for it.
lol niggas gonna nig. what can ya do *shrug*
i can’t speak for all women. i’ve had family members go thru a very similar situation, and i’ll tell you this, if you don’t stop the cycle and begin some kind of healing process, it will never get better and when your mother is finally gone, you will regret it for the rest of your life. forgiveness isn’t easy, but it’s freeing as fuck. have a sit down with your mom and tell her how you feel. get your mom some help, because there’s clearly an underlying issue here. you love her, so try to help her. what was her situation like w/ her mom (and/or dad)? stop being angry and start moving towards forgiveness. i know thats so much easier said than done, i know that, but its really what has to happen. a female cousin of mine watched her mom get beat by her man, abandoned by men, you name it, and put them last a few times all because she was lonely. a woman with low self esteem (who also has kids) can be a dangerous thing. now my cousin is going thru a very similar cycle of aintshit men, all because she’s lonely and quite frankly, just like her mom (my aunt). its a vicious cycle, and my biggest fear is that my nieces will go thru the same shit. you’re obviously grown enough to step into your mother’s life and give her the hard cold truth, so that maybe you two can patch up your relationship. you’re angry at her, you haven’t forgiven her, and you’re obviously hurt and although i understand why, i just think it’s best to move towards the healing process rather than cut her out of your life altogether. avoiding a parent is hard and hurtful for both parties. don’t give up on her. that’s what everyone else has done to her, most likely. you will feel a serious weight lifted off your shoulders knowing that you did all you could to try. its all about compassion. as far as how women react to YOU, it depends on your attitude towards the situation with your mom. if you meet a girl and you explain your situation with your mom, she should be understanding and stand by your side to help guide you thru this pain. but if you constantly put your mom down, and act like she aint shit, therefore no woman can be shit, most women will stray from this behavior because it shows that you are unable to forgive and fix your problems. dont think i’m trying to tell you how to live your life, but trust me, i know relationships with mothers and/or fathers can be stressful. it’s a knife that can cut a child’s soul so deep, but you only get ONE mother. so try. i’ve dated one man who had an ill relationship with his parents, and at first i didn’t think it would have any reflection on OUR relationship, but it did. his inability to forgive his parents, was later taken out on me. after that, i vowed to only deal with men who have a DECENT relationship with their parents, can call them on mothers/fathers day, birthdays, and not harbor any serious bitterness. your parents aren’t perfect, mine damn sure aren’t, and sometimes they can learn more from US than we learn from them. sometimes kids can be emotionally and mentally stronger than their parents. be the bigger person. even if this means your relationship with your mom will never be the same, at least try to be on calm civil and respectful terms. again, i know thats hard as fuck to do, but it’s part of growing up. any woman who falls in love with you will see this kinda growth and cherish you even more than you thought possible. and if she doesn’t, fuck it, you’ll find one that does. just don’t wear your bitterness on your sleeve, because not too many women are attracted to that.
anytime someone isn’t meeting someone they think they should be with, its because that person needs to change their approach. i don’t know what your approach is. i don’t know if you’re sitting back waiting for the right guy to fall into your lap, but this is 2013 and i hate to break it to you, but that shit just aint gon happen lol. everyone has basic requirements for another mate (ie: must have a job, not be a serial killer, etc.) but if you have petty requirements, you’ll hold yourself back from being happy, because NO man (or woman) is perfect. instead focus on who makes you feel good. who makes you happy. who you can’t wait to spend time with. who you vibe with. who you enjoy being around. it won’t always be the most gorgeous man in the world, or the most well-endowed, but focus on his character. dont compare him to a woman because that just aint realistic. appreciate him for who he is, and maybe you’ll find yourself falling in love. there are simple ways to see if a man is worth the effort. how does he treat his mom? other women? his kids (if he’s got’em), is he hardworking? is he a protector? these are core characteristics that will tell you how you’ll be treated in the long-run. don’t date anyone who has baggage and hasn’t healed from it, or is still bitter and jaded from a previous relationship. stay away from the “bitches aint shit” type of guys, they were meant to be lonely and its a waste of your time. but if you approach a man already telling yourself “this aint gonna work, we have nothing in common” then you won’t ever be happy. sometimes you gotta let your walls down to see the bright side. my boyfriend and i, we built our relationship off our friendship, and thats why we’re so incredibly close and inseparable now.
you can meet a good man that you can connect with, you just have to take each man as an individual case, and not think they’re all the same, because they’re not. if you go for superficial qualities, you’ll get a superficial, meaningless, boring relationship that just won’t last.
do you believe in your own product? you need to if you don’t. i repeat. YOU HAVE. TO BELIEVE. IN YOUR OWN. PRODUCT! if nobody has tried your treats, pass them around. let folks (not family or friends, because they’ll be biased) taste them and give you honest feedback. if enough people dig it, let them help you to immobilize a demand so that you can sell your goodies online. this is why networking is so important. if you want feedback from other bakers who’ve done this for a while, send samples to them and get their honest feedback. they’re critique you positively so that you improve your product and maximize your sales. get licensed before you do anything, btw. that’s important.
was i scared? honestly, i wasn’t and i’ll tell you why. i set my expectations extremely low. i legit prepared to, and thought i’d only do about 10 sales a week and that was gonna be JUST fine by me. i approached this with supreme humility lol. but little would i know, nearly 3 months later, i’ve done over 500 orders. it’s crazy. so dont have any huge expectations. i didnt. and even though i may sell out quickly each week, i still don’t have huge expectations. start very small, so that if you suffer a loss, it wont be damaging at all. my biggest problem right now is that i don’t have enough manpower to supply the demand, which is a good problem to have, but it still sucks because i’d love to be able to fulfill every order but i just cant. i do this all alone. yes there are tons of people who sell baked goods online, but if you let that discourage you, you’ve already lost. it’s like going to a mall and only expecting one store to sell clothing or one store to sell phones. but is that realistic? no, because there’s always tons of stores in the same mall selling the same product but there’s something different about each store, and each store is filled with willfully paying customers. its called variety. everybody’s treats will taste different, so find the one thing that sets your product apart and push it. link up with bloggers or other online bakers and try to do giveaways, that allows total strangers to try your treats and if they love’em, they will be back. there are lots of people in the baked goods community who embrace each other, supprt each other, and help each other. get to know them.
bottom line, just do it. instead of focusing on the possibility of you failing, focus on the possibility of succeeding. believe in yourself. you may shock yourself with how well you do.
Find u a new man. Too man niggas out here willin to eat not only your pussy but your ass too. Life’s too short to settle. Follow your vaginas heart.
eat yogurt every day. yogurt has enzymes and “good” bacteria that help balance the bodies natural pH, leaving you with a wonderful tasting twat.
amateurs would tell you to eat pineapples but that shit doesn’t do anything long-term. pineapples are a “quick fix” but if your diet is shitty, pineapples wont do shit. yogurt is key. try to eat a few scoops of it every day if you can, or at least 4x a week. if you don’t like yogurt, try mixing it with fresh berries, or drizzling honey over it to give it a sweeter taste. just make sure you get it into your body somehow. drink lots of water. try to eat clean(er). stay away from frequent fast food, once in a while is ok, but if your diet consists of the dollar menu every day of the week, your vagina will taste like pure garbage. same goes for the men. if a dude eats bullshit every day, his ball juice will taste like battery acid. also, try to take vitamins.
as far as cleansing, i use Summer’s Eve body wash on my lady parts. it’s gentle and pH balanced for that area. keeps me nice and fresh.
find you a virgin. they know how to hack into everything except the human body.