Guy language for dummies #1

I just realised it’s almost DECEMBER. Where the f**k did the last three months go??? Seriously, what happened to September, October and November? Time flies. But anyways, I broke up with suitor number 1 yesterday. He turned out to be neither a suitor nor my number 1 so why should I waste my precious time on him??? Dumping him made me feel free for the first time in a while. I mean technically we weren’t even in a proper relationship, but who cares? It’s over now. The past is the past.

This is the present:

I ran into film guy today – not literally! But it was a real coincidence because normally I never walk this way and normally I’m still in bed at this time of the day (note: it was 1pm so please don’t judge). I think he saw me before I saw him. To be honest, I didn’t recognise him at first, but when he came closer I waved at him and we talked for a bit. I asked him if he wanted to hangout, but he said he was meeting friends and that he’d message me later so we can meet up another time.

Guy dictionary:

  1. “I’ll message you later” meaning “I’ll message you a week later if I don’t forget about it”
  2. “I’ll see you around” meaning “May we meet again. But it doesn’t really matter if we don’t”
  3. “See you later” meaning “There will be no later unless we have a date”
  4. “I guess I’ll see you tomorrow” meaning “I’ll see you sometime next week if I don’t forget about you”

But there is one thing you need to remember: guys tend to forget about little things simply because they aren’t as important to them as they are to girls. If film guy doesn’t message me all week, then I know for sure that he’s not the one. Messaging someone only takes 30 seconds. Then again, my bestie always forgets to message me back and he’s my bestie. Guys are guys. If they forget to message you back it can either mean that they are busy or don’t care about you.

Don’t forget,

I’m the girl who knows it all. xoxo

 

 

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