by Belinda Kendall
I got something to tell you, and you want to hear it.
This is how most relationships start out. For some odd reason we think that by giving a person sex shortly after we meets them, will keep them. We think that we are able to give the best sex he/she has ever had, not even taking into consideration that they can get that anywhere.
After you have done every sex move in the world, you will find out something you didn’t notice in the beginning- you really don’t like them. But by now soul ties have been created, and you can’t walk away so easily. It becomes a relationship where you are always arguing, both of you are bitter, and now you begin to cheat on each other.
This behavior can have you so crazy you will find yourself doing drive bys, calling from blocked numbers, and telling your friends how much you hate them, but can’t leave. You will find yourself posting half nude pictures, and making sexual comments on social media, because you never knew your self worth. No one ever asked you about your dreams, plan, and goals in life, because you were too busy having sex, and not making love.
So the next time someone tells you, “I got something to tell you, and you want to hear it.” Ask them. “Let’s talk about what you have to tell me, and why would you think I would be interested in hearing it? You may find out that they can’t even hold an intelligent conversation, and you have nothing in common.
“Hate to sound sleazy, but tease me, I don’t want it if it’s that easy”
― Tupac Shakur