So without further ado, here is my how to ditch a girl in 96 hours:
- Blatantly check out every single female around AND comment to me about how hot they are and/or that you want to 'tap that'
- More than three times in a day, suggesting to others that I can be swapped
- Laugh-snort at me when I ask if you'd like to have sex
- Constantly telling people I am too nice, after a while it is just constant reminder of a flaw
- Intentionally ignoring me
- Opening the car door before the car stops to drop me off and then tires spinning as you speed off
- Its ok if you complain about something, but if I did, it is not acceptable
- Annoyed at the fact I am not an alcoholic and can not drink from 10 am - 10 pm. I suppose I am more of a binge drinker. I'd rather drink more in a shorter period of time and get tipsy/drunk than to spend the whole day drinking and perhaps fall asleep too early.
- Endlessly talking about an ex-wife but yet if I bring up a time/story from an old relationship - I am not over it, need to move on and carry too much baggage...but its OK for you since you were married - because a relationship of 6-7 years apparently means it isn't serious and I wouldn't understand
- Every time you fart (which was often) you tell me you 'shit your pants'
- Hoping & praying to find others to talk to so you don't have to talk/look at me
- Not offering to rub sunscreen on my back
- Incessantly talk about your child. Sure, I love children and don't mind some talk, however there is a limit on this
- Walking so far in front of me, that I wonder if you'll leave me in the airport parking lot
- Not asking the gal questions after she has asked you a few. Conversation focused solely around you
- Constantly pointing out to other men how large my breasts are
Do any two maybe three of these things, and I can get the hint EASILY. There is no need to do them all. Guys gotta realize that excessive behavior is a major turnoff anyway. And MAYBE just maybe, we are sitting there, thinking the exact same thing as you, but we are handling it a lot better by silently laughing to ourselves hoping the trip will end.
I try not to judge a book by its cover - in fact, I've been trying to open up to new ideas. BUT there is a reason why we need to trust our guts and first impressions seem to be right.