Tag Archives: girls
When it comes to picking up chicks, all (successful) guys have a gimmick or an angle they work with to either spark the initial conversation with the chick or act as an ice breaker to tear down a chick’s force field after they’ve started talking. Some use “eye fucking”, stalking, wingmen, [cheesy] pickup lines, getting [...]
I find it funny how chicks selectively make mountains out of molehills. Besides the “expectancy complex” that some of them have, some of them are caught up in a self inflicted struggle to always be the phuq-ing “victim” and make a “women’s issue” out of everything. Isn’t that Lifetime’s job?
You know, I really wasn’t going to give this topic the time of day but a female reader e-mailed me Tuesday morning requesting make a guest commentary on my previous post. Usually my post previews would come out on a Wednesday but I’m pushing it back another day to grant her request. See? I’m not [...]
In a lot of cultures, there are a set set of questions that are usually taboo to ask a female. The reason for this is that within every female, no matter how confident and self assured she portrays herself, there is a little girl with esteem issues that comes out when asked the wrong question [...]
We’ve all seen the scenario before. A homie goes out and meets a chick, they “click” and exchange contact info and over the next few days/weeks you see them everywhere together. He’s taking her out to dinner, the movies, that lame Broadway show he would quicker kill himself first than to go watch, etc. Soon [...]
While I was in Pennsylvania this past week, I received a message from a reader which read something like this: Can you do a post on girls who may have cheated on their boyfriends a few times and have genuinely changed and want them back? I’d personally want to see the hardcore truth on that [...]
The funny thing is that I get asked this from a wide range of people: homies, white girls, seemingly insecure black girls, and of course some downright ignorant “heffaz”. In the back of my mind I laugh at the idea that I’m being asked this question every single time it’s brought up. Not because I [...]