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4 May 2015 18:11

If you are girl and any boy wanna like to flirty you than why do you wanna do (boys are girls and girls are boys)

5 May 2015 09:20

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5 May 2015 09:28

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5 May 2015 10:31

DoN't unDrStnd thIs t0piC

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5 May 2015 10:43

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5 May 2015 10:44

5 May 2015 10:44

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If you are girl and
any boy wanna like to flirty you than why do you wanna do (boys are
girls and girls are boys)

I dont understand,, hi luckyliker...

m not understanding too

5 May 2015 10:45

Disclaimer: This is about immature little
boys, so if it doesn’t apply to you then
you’re obviously a mature, grown man,
or whatever makes you feel good enough
that you don’t get outraged about playful
internet nonsense.
jasonderulo Instagram
1. “I’m a nice guy.”
He’s not at a job interview, yet he’s trying to talk
himself up. They make Lifetime movies about the
type of crazy person he probably is. Think about
the nicest folks you know – do they ever have to
remind others how pleasant and kind they are?
This is a telltale sign that a dude is actually a
number of things that aren’t nice.
2. “❒ Single. ❒ Taken. ✔ In the gym”
He posts videos of himself lifting weights. He
recommends the best brands of creatine. He shares
countless shirtless photos and lame memes that
only a cocky meathead would find clever, and his
self-absorbed attitude is unbearable to many.
However, he’s super fit and physically
intimidating, so nobody has the courage to tell him
how off-putting his personality is.
3. “I’m an alpha male.”
His best friend is the “✔ In the gym” guy. They lift
together and sometimes even share protein drinks,
but not without saying “no homo” to stave off any
confusion of their sexual preferences. He doesn’t
ever use his indoor voice, he cusses a lot, enjoys
breaking things, and is a wordsmith, dominating
arguments with phrases such as “Dude, don’t be a
little bitch!” and “Whatever, pussy.”
4. “I’ve just got a lot going on right now.”
This means one of two things:
Possibility #1: He truly has a full calendar.
Possibility #2: He’s playing in multiple fantasy
football leagues.
5. “I’m laid-back and easygoing.”
There’s a good chance he smokes weed or hookah
and burns a lot of incense sticks in his home, while
reading books about U.S. government conspiracy
theories and being the most anxious, paranoid, yet
somehow super chill person. There’s also a drug
free version of this guy who works 8 hours a day,
goes home, watches How I Met Your Mother
reruns, eats a TV dinner, and gets 3 likes on his
Facebook statuses, just quietly existing.
6. “I’m a flirt.”
He’s going to do things like make inappropriate
passes at his buddy’s girlfriend or grab someone’s
butt who isn’t okay with it and when confronted,
he’ll apologize and explain that he “just flirts with
everybody naturally.” Robin Thicke is probably his
spirit animal.
7. “I tried to be a gentleman, but girls
didn’t appreciate it.”
He once held the door open for a girl and she had
the nerve to not give him her number or a
relationship or sex or whatever it is he wanted
from her. Can believe that? All he got was a “thank
you,” which is why he’s at his wit’s end with
that gentleman stuff. Date/do him or the chivalry
well will run dry.
8. “I’m old school.”
He thinks he’s making a statement by still having a
flip phone and refusing to transition from DVD to
Blu-ray.
9. “I’m a grown-ass man!”
He probably pays his own bills and stuff, giving
him a sense of pride and machismo. It’s as if when
you sign the lease to a home, they give you the keys
and a membership card for the “Grown-ass Man
Club.” It’s worth noting that this phrase is mostly
used in heated discussions. If a guy is telling you
that he’s a “grown-ass man,” you’ve said or done
something that offended him, and he’s making it
clear that he’s a fully developed adult, who
could probably learn more eloquent adjectives.
10. “I’m not like most guys.”
Technically he’s right, because most guys know
that even if they are unique, this line is too tainted
and pointless to use when describing yourself. This
is just the worst combination of five words if
you’re looking to stand out. It’s so basic. So cliché.
It’s the Jason Derulo of sentences.
11. “I’m a sensitive guy.”
He listens to sad music, like Coldplay, and cries
more often than society has deemed appropriate
for manly men. The sensitive guy has a lot of
feelings, but is more likely to be the considerate,
nice guy than the guy who says that he’s a nice
guy.
12. “I’m the life of the party.”
He isn’t grossed out by bathroom floors or sleeping
on a stranger’s couch, and he’s actually the death
of the party. The guy who doesn’t grasp that the
host of the party wants everyone to go home. The
dude who bouncers have to scoot out of the bar.
The fella who tries to drag everyone to IHOP for a
post club rage review session. His most impressive
attribute is that 8.5 out of 10 times, he makes it to
the toilet before puking.
13. “Daddy”
If he calls himself daddy and/or encourages you to
refer to him as daddy, he was born without the
ability to sense when he should be embarrassed, so
now you’ll have to feel it for him. This goes for
“Papi chulo” too — just because you oprima
numero dos para espanol doesn’t mean you
shouldn’t be ashamed as well.

5 May 2015 11:05

I wont allow crazy boys , boys without attitude be my friends , becos am i got manners as a lady

5 May 2015 11:06

Pretty hardworking girls cant allowed crazy boys come into thier life cos she protecting her image

Edited by _BABez_kiD_ / 5 May 2015 11:08
5 May 2015 11:07

5 May 2015 11:08

I wont ever accept him as a friend or speak about romantic

5 May 2015 11:14

Quote by Zubair_Zarger
Disclaimer: This is about immature little
boys, so if it doesn’t apply to you then
you’re obviously a mature, grown man,
or whatever makes you feel good enough
that you don’t get outraged about playful
internet nonsense.
jasonderulo Instagram
1. “I’m a nice guy.”
He’s not at a job interview, yet he’s trying to talk
himself up. They make Lifetime movies about the
type of crazy person he probably is. Think about
the nicest folks you know – do they ever have to
remind others how pleasant and kind they are?
This is a telltale sign that a dude is actually a
number of things that aren’t nice.
2. “❒ Single. ❒ Taken. ✔ In the gym”
He posts videos of himself lifting weights. He
recommends the best brands of creatine. He shares
countless shirtless photos and lame memes that
only a cocky meathead would find clever, and his
self-absorbed attitude is unbearable to many.
However, he’s super fit and physically
intimidating, so nobody has the courage to tell him
how off-putting his personality is.
3. “I’m an alpha male.”
His best friend is the “✔ In the gym” guy. They lift
together and sometimes even share protein drinks,
but not without saying “no homo” to stave off any
confusion of their sexual preferences. He doesn’t
ever use his indoor voice, he cusses a lot, enjoys
breaking things, and is a wordsmith, dominating
arguments with phrases such as “Dude, don’t be a
little bitch!” and “Whatever, pussy.”
4. “I’ve just got a lot going on right now.”
This means one of two things:
Possibility #1: He truly has a full calendar.
Possibility #2: He’s playing in multiple fantasy
football leagues.
5. “I’m laid-back and easygoing.”
There’s a good chance he smokes weed or hookah
and burns a lot of incense sticks in his home, while
reading books about U.S. government conspiracy
theories and being the most anxious, paranoid, yet
somehow super chill person. There’s also a drug
free version of this guy who works 8 hours a day,
goes home, watches How I Met Your Mother
reruns, eats a TV dinner, and gets 3 likes on his
Facebook statuses, just quietly existing.
6. “I’m a flirt.”
He’s going to do things like make inappropriate
passes at his buddy’s girlfriend or grab someone’s
butt who isn’t okay with it and when confronted,
he’ll apologize and explain that he “just flirts with
everybody naturally.” Robin Thicke is probably his
spirit animal.
7. “I tried to be a gentleman, but girls
didn’t appreciate it.”
He once held the door open for a girl and she had
the nerve to not give him her number or a
relationship or sex or whatever it is he wanted
from her. Can believe that? All he got was a “thank
you,” which is why he’s at his wit’s end with
that gentleman stuff. Date/do him or the chivalry
well will run dry.
8. “I’m old school.”
He thinks he’s making a statement by still having a
flip phone and refusing to transition from DVD to
Blu-ray.
9. “I’m a grown-ass man!”
He probably pays his own bills and stuff, giving
him a sense of pride and machismo. It’s as if when
you sign the lease to a home, they give you the keys
and a membership card for the “Grown-ass Man
Club.” It’s worth noting that this phrase is mostly
used in heated discussions. If a guy is telling you
that he’s a “grown-ass man,” you’ve said or done
something that offended him, and he’s making it
clear that he’s a fully developed adult, who
could probably learn more eloquent adjectives.
10. “I’m not like most guys.”
Technically he’s right, because most guys know
that even if they are unique, this line is too tainted
and pointless to use when describing yourself. This
is just the worst combination of five words if
you’re looking to stand out. It’s so basic. So cliché.
It’s the Jason Derulo of sentences.
11. “I’m a sensitive guy.”
He listens to sad music, like Coldplay, and cries
more often than society has deemed appropriate
for manly men. The sensitive guy has a lot of
feelings, but is more likely to be the considerate,
nice guy than the guy who says that he’s a nice
guy.
12. “I’m the life of the party.”
He isn’t grossed out by bathroom floors or sleeping
on a stranger’s couch, and he’s actually the death
of the party. The guy who doesn’t grasp that the
host of the party wants everyone to go home. The
dude who bouncers have to scoot out of the bar.
The fella who tries to drag everyone to IHOP for a
post club rage review session. His most impressive
attribute is that 8.5 out of 10 times, he makes it to
the toilet before puking.
13. “Daddy”
If he calls himself daddy and/or encourages you to
refer to him as daddy, he was born without the
ability to sense when he should be embarrassed, so
now you’ll have to feel it for him. This goes for
“Papi chulo” too — just because you oprima
numero dos para espanol doesn’t mean you
shouldn’t be ashamed as well.

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