What’s up Party People. Alright, so it’s been almost a whole-year since I’ve updated. I’m sure I’ve let down a lot of you down (story of my life) by not updating. But let me tell yah . . . . it was for good reason. But Good news. I’m back. SURPRISE, MUTHAH-FUCKAH! LETS DUE DISS, MAANG.
First off, what the hell have I been up to and where have I been? For Starters, I moved from Texas to Santa Barbara. Ever heard of Santa Barbara? It seems no one ever does . . . . you know how sometimes we talk about something and no one knows what we’re talking about until you’ve reference some celebrity associated with given subject? Well, Kim Kardasian got [click to continue…]
Pinto beans, Rice, and Chorizo? YES please! im just looking at all the flings I’ve had in the past couple of months . . . and they have been like, 90% latin women, wtf.
Two nights ago, i was casually talking to an asian girl and locked eyes with this latin girl. [click to continue…]
There’s nothing sexier to me than a woman with flaws. In fact, there’s nothing that turns me on more, than a cutie who falls flat on her ass ….
Respect first, Flaws later.
Why is it that there are several columns in gossip mags dedicated to Fergie eating out at Taco Bell? Or Reese Writherspoon shopping at Target? Why are people so fascinated with celebs doing “normal” everyday activities like you and i?
I bet you seven virgins that if Reese wasn’t an A list celeb, people wouldn’t give two shits where she bought her toilet paper. But, because she has melted the hearts of millions across the globe, people care, and they love her more for being “normal”.
The other day, after downing some h2 on the rocks, this girl showed me her deformed pinky. and i couldn’t help but wanna just kiss it, suck it, and tell her that if she didn’t take it away from my face i was going to get a serious —–.
anyway, remember ladies .. . ..
FIRST, make sure he likes you, then slowly but surely …. reveal them deformities …… he’ll love you for it.
A new study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology indicates that dating someone with a wandering eye isn’t necessarily such a bad thing. Pressuring them not to look might lead to more problems than actually allowing them to look.
Just as people want jobs they cannot have, salaries they cannot earn, and cars they cannot afford, people may desire attractive alternatives more and desire their current relationship partner less when they are placed in situations that limit their ability to attend to attractive alternatives.
The study also concluded that people who were prevented from gazing at attractive members of the opposite sex were actually more likely to remember them, not less. Read the study here. Has a wandering eye affected your relationship? How did you handle it?
Add 10,000 cups of low self-esteem. Be at a weird point in your life. Maybe you’re a freshman in college or something. Have trouble standing up for yourself and wince every time you look in the mirror.
Stir in 1 chance encounter with someone who’s magnetic and has a charisma that draws people in. They’re sexy, funny, mysterious, a real charmer. They will be your worst nightmare, but shhh! You don’t know that yet. Be socially vulnerable. Need a friend to run errands with or watch TV hungover on a Sunday. This person fits the bill perfect. They’re willing to be that someone you can call and do nothing with. Bingo. [click to continue…]