Can I be real for a minute here?
Actually, Imma be conceited lol
But first, let me start off with a “Long Story Short”
So long story short,
I went out with this guy like 2 weeks ago
He got clingy within 3 days and I dropped him
He then got all sensitive and I had to block him
Which brings me to “Long Story Short #2”
I was snapchatting this other guy
And he got possessive
Within ONE DAY
So I had to block him too.
Now that we’re all caught up; let’s talk for a minute here
Why is it that, guys are in such a hurry?
I want to take my time.
I don’t want an immediate relationship
I just wanna flirt
Then make it official
I want to take all the steps possible.
So why is it that every guy I seem to just casually flirt with, want to immediately grab me for keeps?
I know that answer
(Time to be conceited)
I’m beautiful, funny, charismatic, smart, logical, mature, independent, Puerto Rican, talented, outgoing, confident.
So I can see why guys are in such hurry to “wife me up”
But, that’s not fair to me.
You see, I love when a guy is open and shares his thoughts and feeling with me.
But I also love games…mystery.
I don’t want to see all of your cards at once
But only as long as you’re not hiding anything.
I like the flirting games and the jokes and the chase.
But I also love the seriousness of it all too.
I want the perfect mixture of that.
And I’m in no rush for it either.
So why are guys in such a rush?
Good things take time, right?
Well I want something amazing.
So that means it will take EXTRA time.
And I’m ok with that.
I want to grow with someone.
And to keep growing with that someone for as long as we’re together.
To keep the chase alive even when we have each other.
Because that’s the real secret.
To never lose the spark, and the adventure that was there in the beginning.
So excuse me for dropping guys left and right when they move too fast or expect a lot from me within a few days.
I don’t mind being looked at as a bitch.
As long as I know that my decisions are right for ME.
No more trying to please other people.
Time to be selfish for once.
I think I owe that to myself.
Don’t you think?