She got jealous of another girl you’re getting your eyes on.. She cried in the shower… while listening to her new downloaded song by Carole King!! It was a sad song entitled “Will you still love me tomorrow?” Every lyric brought her into tears as they were meant to hit every sad emotion she had felt that day. It was a sad and gloomy bath. “Why didn’t you pay attention to me?”, the girl whimpered. Life must go on.. she said. Strongly convincing herself to move on, find someone that will appreciate you.
So, there’s the second man. You need to start somewhere, a common ground… Bill Hicks is the name. The name that described what kind of individual this second man she met. A witty, British git, If you’d like to call him that. A smooth talker, haha she always said that to him, whenever he complimented her. In her mind, ooh this guy knows women like compliments, likes to feel special… this guy knows. ‘No, you’re gorgeous! Believe me.’, he insisted. She was lonely, a woman who needed a company, and he was there. Cheering her up. He’s really good at it. He really got her. “Click!” They’re on. It was sweet. She feels special. Right there and then, he wanted to be with her. She already fell with this second man. Argh! No escape.
Lo and behold.. She learned he has a partner. You don’t want to see this girl getting jealous, believe me. She cried. He explained she “was” his partner. “Oh Gawd! I don’t want to be a mistress”, her mind shouted. She found out, in his culture, people don’t usually get married if they don’t want to, and stay as partners for as long as they wish. Which is good. It’ll give people more options and freedom. Marriage is just for legal purposes. That being said, marriage can’t be used in judging relationships. Be married or not, what matters most is what they have is real, the love is real.
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