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No1- looks like the sugar daddies...And those men who have a lot of sugar in their system!!! Tarr tarr tarr urrugh and they’ll cum, kiss your forehead and say” baby you’re the best” 😝😝
No2- hmmmm broke guys with no ambition!! All they wanna do is leave a legacy in your sex life! They’ll strive so hard to make you vomit your womb 🤣🤣 they never know the right places to touch, all they wanna do is go deep until you realize you’re committing a sin against God!!! Aka womb destroyers !!! With a bad Pace!!! And when they’re done cumming they’ll kiss your bum bum and say to you “I know you like it “🙄🙄🙄
No3- these are “wonder how I look right now kind of men” those that wanna impress you, these kind of men ask themselves how do I change positions!! Should I cum yet!!! How much noise should I be making!!! Do I talk dirty!!! Should I be grunting or moaning!!! Because they don’t want you to feel dissatisfied and disappointed 😔 by their skills ...and when they eventually cum they’ll start kissing you from afresh and ask you “baby did you enjoy it? Hope I made you proud” 😊😊😊😊...ladies choose wisely!!! Leave No2....they’ll sacrifice your womb with their daggers 🗡 they will chop your money, break your heart, and most times leave you with unending hole in ya body 😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝....stay woke queens 👸
1. About 80% of people believe that "opposites attract."
2. In fact, if science is anything to go by, this probably isn't the case.
3. Research points to us being attracted to people who are similar to us — both physically and in personality.
Despite romantic comedies hinging on the idea we're likely to fall in love with someone with completely different qualities to ourselves — and the fact that about 80% of people believe this is the case— there is very little scientific evidence to suggest it's true.
In fact, we are more likely to be attracted to someone who is physically similar to ourselves. According to research from St Andrews, we are attracted to the features that our parents had when we were born, such as eye colour. This could be because we see them as our first caregiver, and associate positive feelings with their features.
Also, an article published in the journal Psychological Science suggests that if someone looks similar to ourselves, we are more likely to trust them.
But it's not just about appearance. Back in 1962, psychologist Donn Byrne was one of the first people to study similarities between people in relationships. In his research, published in the Journal of Personality, he asked participants to complete a questionnaire about their attitudes to topics such as nuclear weapons. Then, they had to evaluate the answers of another person (who didn't actually exist).
The results showed that people felt more drawn to those who held similar attitudes, and the greater the similarity, the greater the attraction.
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I’ve loved you when there was no return.
I’ve called others with your name and still have no regrets about it.
I’ve pictured in my mind kissing you about a trillion times and none of those can be compared to the first time we really kissed.
I’m loving you through distance for months and haven’t felt away from you. Not even a second.
I’ll chose all of this, all of the sleepless nights waiting to hearing from you, all of the struggles of the needing a touch.
I’ll chose all of this because it will lead me to you and there will never be nothing compared to what we have, to what you are.
I’ll never mind the distance because you’re always with me, inside me deep into my soul.
You mean the world to me.
You own the world with me.
I love you from the moon and back!
The Marilyn Syndrome - When everybody loves you, but nobody knows you, you can die of loneliness. For those, whose beauty is only exceeded by her intelligence… an intelligence that nobody cares about.
Marilyn Monroe didn’t die from suicide. She died from loneliness and emptiness. And when the pain of both of those and the fact that anything or anyone she connected with not only didn’t make that pain go away, but often made it worse, connecting with death as a way to stop the pain became appealing. She went on to tell about her own living hell as someone that the world would think had it all. She said, “Imagine this. Unattractive — in both looks and personality — women are jealous and want what you have and resent you for having it. And powerful but insecure, undatable-in-high-school men want to possess you for how you make them feel and how you help them get even with all the jocks and popular people who made them feel like pariahs.” She then became angry and said, “I may not be a genius, however I’m not stupid, but nobody knows or even wants to know what I think. It’s gotten to the point where unless I have a particular role I’m supposed to play, I don’t look people in the eye anymore. I can’t stand to see what way they are trying to use me to fix something in them or just to show me off.” She used to look people in the eye with a look that said, “You know you don’t really care about me, I know you don’t really care about me, and now you know that I know that you don’t really care about me.” But over time it was an empty victory and still did nothing to take her pain away.
What’s a modern day Marilyn to do? Looks seem so inordinately important to so many people, whether it is the woman who wants to have them or the man who wants to possess and show off the woman who has them. My only suggestion is to delay having the other person see you as long as possible and have them get to know you for as long as possible, before they actually see you. And then when they meet you and realize they have hit the lottery, try not to be too hurt or offended, unless they suddenly lose interest in anything other than how you look.
Ein Jahr ❤️ Du&Ich👫 « Fall in love with the girl who overthinks, because she has a huge heart.
Her apologies are always genuine. Every time sorry leaves her mouth, she means it. And she will try hard to make it up to you. She’s not the type to make excuses. She admits when she’s wrong and takes action to prevent it from happening again in the future.
She is a giver and she would hate herself for hurting you. She only wants to bring you smiles and happiness and laughter. Nothing less.
Fall in love with the girl who overthinks, because she will have the most captivating, stimulating conversations with you. She will analyze a scene from a book or a television show for hours. She will make the deepest observations about anything and everything. She will constantly surprise you by how intelligent she is.
Fall in love with the girl who overthinks, because she takes charge. She doesn’t sit around and wait for someone else to help her. She has an intricate, creative mind and puts it to use.
Fall in love with the girl who overthinks, because she will always look out for you. She picks up on the smallest details, which means she’ll always be there for you — even when you don’t realize you need the help, even when you don’t ask for it.
Fall in love with the girl who overthinks, because she will consider your feelings and act accordingly. She never makes a decision without really thinking it through, and if you’re dating her, that means she’ll make sure it’s the best decision for the both of you. She won’t act selfish.
Fall in love with the girl who overthinks, because she pays attention to every little thing. That means she has observed your best traits and your worst traits. So if she is with you, she must really love you. She must have decided the good outweighs the bad.
She must be serious about spending forever alongside you. »
"Regardless of how anyone treats you, you stand to benefit. While some people teach you who you want to be, others teach you who you don't want to be. And it's the people who teach you who you don't want to be that provide some of the most lasting and memorable lessons on social graces, human dignity, and the importance of acting with integrity." - Kari Kampakis
To Do Today: Look at every interaction as an opportunity to learn.
"Remember: The heart of The #Artist is revealed in their work." - John Eldredge, Beautiful Outlaw
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#Confession : I've really, really struggled with the idea of "connecting with" #Jesus since, basically, forever. And sometime recently, I realized why: I've never really KNOWN Jesus.
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I knew of Him, and His stories. I believed in him, in a pseudo-intellectual/religious way. But I never KNEW Him. Not personally. To be honest, I didn't really think that was possible. Or even, well, #relevant .
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Anyway: The realization that I didn't KNOW Jesus made me realize a profound #loneliness I never consciously acknowledged before. Don't get me wrong: I'm married to my #bestfriend and have an incredible community of #family and #friends . From that perspective, I'm #blessed beyond measure.
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It was a different kind of loneliness. Something much ... Deeper, I guess you could say. To continue being cliché, I guess you could say I came face-to-face with a void I alternated between pretending didn't exist, or tried to fill with busyness. • • •
But once you see it, you really can't unsee it. Or, I guess maybe you can but, for the first time, I didn't want to. Because I knew what it meant.
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It meant I knew I believed, but that belief was shallow because at the end of the day ... I didn't truly, personally, intimately know the #God I claimed to have a #relationship with.
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Long story short, I felt prompted to pick up Beautiful Outlaw by John Eldredge. After all, it'd been sitting on my shelf untouched for years. And the craziest thing happened ... I feel like I'm being introduced to a long-lost friend for both the first time, and the millionth time.
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And I've gotta say ... I think I really like this playful, #rebellious , trouble-making, but ultimately loving God that knew me long before I knew him. So, um ... Hi, Jesus. It's great to finally meet you. Sorry it, uh, took me so long.
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Anyway: I know this is just one step on a lifelong #journey . I know there's so much more still to learn. But ... I don't know, man. The journey's exciting. I feel like I'm getting to know my best friend.