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I’m often perplexed by the harsh reaction certain women give when men approach them “incorrectly.” I’ve expressed this in countless face-to-face arguments as well as this very blog before you. I hear the same argument every time. Men are so aggressive and can’t take no for an answer. As a result, every man good or bad deserves a cold kick-to-the-groin response, unless of course he approaches said victim with a stack of hundred-dollar bills and mojitos for her and her friends. As the owner of this site, I have certain responsibilities. One of my responsibilities is to save the world, like jury duty it’s my civic obligation. I must inform women that there’s a subtle method to make someone go away. Normally I wouldn’t give out anti-men tips, but this is for the sake of mankind.
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Woman in a Red Dress

Last Thursday I was waiting for my brother Marcus at our usual spot for drinks and dinner. He was running late so I took a seat at the bar. As I scoped the crowd for familiar faces a sexy sistah walked in. She wore a caramel complexion and carried thin braids that went down to the middle of her back. She had on a black business suit with a blue top. A skirt instead of pants. The skirt exposed her toned and nicely shaped legs. I would say she was 5′ 9″, 5′ 6″ without the heels.
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Award Winning Psycho

Not sure what made me remember this story, but here it is. Back in the days of all my college partying there was a girl I used to run into often. She was petite, a little shorter than me and wore a short hairstyle. She wasn’t the prettiest girl I’ve ever seen, but she was still attractive. I usually danced with her at every party and it seemed like there was a little vibe. For some reason I wasn’t in a rush to get her number like I normally would have tried to do back then. After several parties and nearing the end of my college days I finally decided to ask her number.  We talked a couple of times and she seemed cool, but there was nothing really there so the communication faded away. Didn’t bother me one bit. I was down to earth and knew not every girl I met would become a significant person in my life.
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