Come on, let’s be real about this: lots of men have a fat girl they hang out with, confide in about their insecurities and fears, and invite over for quality friendship time. They love to cuddle and feel the jiggly warmth of her fat rolls. Even though deep in her heart, his girlfriend knows that he loves and respects the fat girl in ways that she may never receive, she doesn’t mind. After years of being the surrogate fat girlfriend for a bunch of guys that probably secretly love me, but won’t date me, you would think that I would be bitter. Actually, I feel blessed because I have become an expert on men and relationships.“Ce Ce’s dating a really great guy,” my friend Rebecca gushed to her coworkers.Ever since I was a little girl, members of the male species have always wanted to be my friend. She’s funny, extremely intelligent and he loves her.
, or will you destroy what ever fragment of an ego she has left. Please note that Uncyclopedia is in no way ethically, legally, morally, or financially responsible for how you use the information in this article.
If you break a girls heart and she goes and ODs on Oxycontin pills or drives off a bridge it is YOUR fault, (and hers as well for being so obsessed over an asshole like you) not ours.
This article is written by Christina Hart and is part of our “From Her” series. If I’m ever interested in a guy, I usually have to approach him. Most men I know tell me that it’s actually because they’re intimidated (gasp! So put on your big boy boxers (or briefs) and go up to her already.
Rebecca continued to gush about Robert and me “Oh my God, you should have seen them at her best friend’s wedding this summer– they were the cutest couple on the dance floor…” I smiled and tried again to change the subject, “I dated a lot of guys before I met him though– have you girls ever tried online dating? In it, I am smiling at the camera and Robert is looking at me with a smile on his face and a twinkle in his eye. But somehow I ended up with a really attractive guy.
A code that not only applies to the way in which he conducts himself, but also in which he interacts with his fellow men.