A dating story caps
A dating story caps - problems with dating an older man
Not only would it mean little when she shouted, it is also more difficult to understand somebody who shouts.
You will annoy some people, of course, but all in all all lower case seems more widely accepted than all caps.
Gentleman, too many of us fall prey to the High Maintenance Girl.
And too many of us don't see the warning signs until it is, alas, too late and we have been reduced to snivelling, weak, insecure shells of our true, pre-High Maintenance Girl days.
To that end, I present to you my list of Top Ten Warning Signs that You're Dating a High Maintenance Girl. And get out while you still can-- denial helps no one.
Number 10: She wears hats (not baseball caps), especially of the wide-brimmed variety.
Nothing screams Luvvy from Gilligan's Island like a damn hat-wearing girl. This one is controversial, but more often than not, a girl who tries to hide her big butt with an expensive sweater is high maintenance.
See, what you don't know is that she spent at least 45 minutes adjusting that thing to look perfect.
And what *she* doesn't know is that it just makes her *** look bigger by drawing attention to it and adding another couple inches. Listen, eating out is expensive enough, I don't need you to add another for a couple ounces of liquid that you'll inevitably complain about.
Truth: the happiest alcoholic moments in any guy's life have NEVER involved wine, so we obviously don't need it. Number 7: You get dirty looks if your car isn't spotless, inside or out.
The only reason we have it is to pretend to be sophisticated so high maintenance girls can like us. In other words, she's embarrassed to ride with you based on the superficial aspects of your car. Washing it today just gives the bird's a more satisfying target tomorrow.
I'll wash it for special events or if I become a road hazard, but anything beyond that is a waste of either time or money, neither of which I have in copious amounts.
Number 6: She comments on what you're wearing-- when you thought what you were wearing was totally snazzy.