As I mentioned earlier, we can’t tell women this so we keep it to ourselves.What men do is: They meet a woman they might have some potential interest in and they promptly warn her, “I’m not looking for anything serious.” Even though he is.
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Despite the claims to the contrary, men are always looking for a serious relationship.
The problem is, we can’t tell women we’re looking for a serious relationship because in their conceit they will naturally assume we’re looking for a serious relationship with them specifically, while this is only sometimes the case. Boys are looking to have relations with as many women as possible until the end of time.
Men are willing to have relations with as many women as possible but are simultaneously keeping an eye out for a good woman they want to be with exclusively.
Instead, without even knowing it, this man is observing you and judging by your actions he will determine which category he’s going to file you under: jumpoff, side chick, main chick, only chick, or worst case scenario, platonic friend.
I’ve never, ever, everrr met a man that went out with the sole purpose of making a female friend.
I believe all male and female friendships happen by accident or destiny.
Accident being he was trying to get in your jeans and somewhere he juked when he should have jived and ended up as your BFF.
Destiny being yall grew up together, were introduced by family or some other awkward situation that makes you almost like his sister so getting in your jeans would be weird, not that it might not happen one inebriated night, but I digress…