Sometimes dating a robot will make you realize that having a partner who is human is not all it’s cracked up to be. Or it might make you realize that certain aspects are essential, like, say, a sense of humor.
As with all dating experiences, you sometimes find yourself a person who can be both. (Obviously, we’re using the term “person” very loosely here, hoping she isn’t dating an AI of sorts or Vision from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Though Vision would make a fantastic partner, honestly.) The 21st-century world of dating. As far as the mind (or battery) can go.
Your sweetheart is taking a little too long to answer? Drop an ex-bomb on them! Now that is a neat trick, but not something we'd recommend if your significant other could get upset. You can try this if you want, but you've been warned, it's risky!
A telltale sign that you shouldn't send this text is if your partner is known to be insanely jealous, like green in the face with red eyes kind of jealous, then it's a definite no-no. Also, we can't know for sure until we get further details, but if we had to guess, the show the dad was talking about is "Outlander".
Now we're not going to lie, he does look good. Is it just us, or do you also think Gigi should appreciate her boyfriend more and his willingness to show off her new outfits? Is there anything more fascinating than a man comfortable in his masculinity? With some upbeat music and a little dancing, he could be TikTok's newest star.
Also, we'd love it if Gigi could drop a link to whatever online store she was shopping at — it's not every day that you come across the perfect leggings & bikini top ensemble. We hope she doesn't have to fight her boyfriend for the one she's ordered.
Don't Be Mad
Here's a tip — if you have to start your message with "promise you won't get mad," then you might want to rethink your decisions. It's like telling a person to "chill." The second that word leaves your mouth it will achieve the exact opposite of what you were hoping for.
While designing a patio with a Super Mario Pattern might seem impressive, it's highly likely that your wife might disagree. It could be worse, though, cause this design does look like you're about to enter a real-life videogame. What will come first? A divorce settlement or putting your house up for sale?
There is a pervasive stereotype that claims women know where everything in the house is, but why stick to outdated beliefs and notions about gender when you can break free from the stereotype? This guy did just that — he knows where everything in the house is, even the smallest little paperclip.
So there goes the myth of men not being able to see or clean up after them. They see it all, they know it all. They are just lazy ba@st&rds. Actually, when you come to think about it, is it really messy if the person knows exactly where everything is? That's a philosophical question we're not sure we're certified to answer.