Desperate Men, Moscato, and Musique

  It's Saturday Night/Early (1am) Sunday Morning and I'm up watching television and relaxing before bed. As I sip on some sweet, ole Moscato, watching "Django," starring Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio, I can't help but recap on life and some of the experiences that I've had in life, especially over the last couple days.
  One thing that you will hear me say is "thirsty is not cute."  This means that desperate men are not attractive to me.  If you show that you can't handle "no" for an answer and you keep begging and saying "no one loves or wants me," then you've not only pissed me off, but you've allowed me to see why you are single.
  See I've come to realize that no one wants a desperate, begging man. Why? Most people want someone who is assertive and able to stand their ground...NOT SOMEONE WHO'S BEGGING FOR ATTENTION.
  It's like this in order to be loved by someone else you must first love yourself.  Loving yourself means knowing what you want and do not want in a mate and that you will be patient in your wait for the perfect mate. How do I know this? I've been there and done that.
  There was a time I was so desperate I would take abuse physically, verbally, mentally, and emotionally from any guy that said that "They loved me." However, I learned that when someone isn't interested it means that they aren't interested. No matter how hard I try and no matter how I change myself, they aren't interest. There is no need to try to make myself appeasing to someone who isn't interested.

 Looking thirsty makes you look like a fool and makes you look like desperate. How can one not look desperate? I'm glad that you ask. One must make sure that they are pleased with themselves and most of all find love from Yahweh. One must be the man or woman that they desire and not be looking like a thirsty whore. 
Remember, desperate and thirsty is not cute. LOVE YOURSELF. If you don't, how are you gonna love someone else?



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