Please go ahead and share your experience.
I've dated at least 2 guys who were just jerks and they have this uncanny ability to lie about everything they're doing, they're selfish, not to mention not good looking and I am glad I'm not with them anymore.
Have you any experiences with guys like this or know one? I'm just saying this as more of a rant because I'm sure we may all have met a jerk who is two faced and tries to make himself look better in situations where he's the one who is to blame.
They're ok with lying about things and bothering people but they never look at themselves and change. Instead, they keep lying to other girls and other girls fall for them, repeated mistake. I hope karma kicks them in the ass and make them miserable for the rest of their life. Thoughts welcome on this topic. You can talk about how you realized someone you dated was manipulative and how you fixed it or left it.
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I dated a guy who tried to get me to fulfill some of his unsavoury sexual fantasies. Since he sensed I wasn't such type of girl, he tried to conceal his real goals and intentions. In short, he wanted me to have sex with his friend(s), while he watched.(I have learned since, that this type of thing is called "cuckoldry"). He'd never been honest with himself about it, so it was hard for him to be honest about it with me. Instead of talking to me about his fantasies as an adult, he chose manipulation as his means of living up his fantasies: first he introduced me to one of his friends, and then left me alone with that guy. (He had previously, I learned afterwards, promissed his friend he can "have" me). His friend tried to make out with me, but I wouldn't do it, as I was, paradoxically, in love with my boyfriend (yes, the guy who "promissed" me to his friend). He gave up, and the 3 of us ended up talking and watching TV, but I was very upset that this idiotic boyfriend of mine would want to share me with his friend, because obviously he would get off on seeing his Girlfriend f**ked by another man. (My boyfriend's "excuse" was that this guy wasn't impotent unlike my bf, so I would be able to have some good sex; that was BS; the Boyfriend wasn't impotent at all). He later appologized, never mentioned this friend again, but started accusing me of hooking up with some OTHER friends of his. I've never even seen those other guys. He would just say a sentence or two about his suspicions and just stop, leaving me hanging, in a need of explanation. Boy, that was so dirty/manipulative...pure passive aggressive. Imagine someone you care about tells you - "My friend told me those things about you". You have NO idea what he's talking about and ask: "Which friend?" He: "Doesn't matter". You: "What things?" He: "It doesn't matter. But I still love you so much..." Well f**k you idiot, (excuse my language), if you want a mature discussion that at least fill me in on what "charges" are being raised against me! Anyways, I broke up with him, and realise one of the reasons I was with him was my own insecurities. I suspect he has hidden homosexual urges, and that in itself I wouldn't have a problem with, to each his own, but it's that he tried to live his gay fantasies through me (by watching me have sex with his friends would be a way for him to have sexual contact with that male indirectly, though me) that's absolutely discusting to me.1