Well, it's not as much of a question as it is a statement. But for the sake of courtesy, lets say it isn't true.
Basketball player Andre Drummond confesses his crush on Twitter, word gets around, long story short he and Jennette begin dating. Eventually, he becomes her boyfriend.
In her recent interview, she says:
"He was so into me. He bought me a necklace and got down on his knees during a dinner date and asked me to be his GF."
Only to break up with him on the phone a few days later.
On air, she proceeds to punish Drummond's sweet behavior:
"McCurdy seems to be laughing at Drummond the entire time -- painting him as this pathetic, immature guy who doesn't have a clue about how to court a woman."
She concludes: "I agreed to talk to Drummond because he 'seemed like a big deal.'"
To the "nice guys", does this sound similar to your experience?
A user recently asked: "Do you think women are the one who turn men into jerks or they are already jerks to begin with? Share your thought?"
The answer is obvious.
My concluding statement:
What women say they want, and what they react to are two different things. More men need to realize the less they do, the more they're appreciated for it.
1) When a woman puts in more effort than you, she rewards you for it.
2) When you put in more effort than the woman, you are punished (See story above).
"Sometimes you gotta live and learn by the mistakes you make. You gotta move on and keep pushing."
Sounds like he finally got it.
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Cheeseburgers lol you're right on this. It seems like Drummond had to learn the hard way.. ugh... it was painful for me to just read it, Can't imagine what he feels. I was literally embarrassed for him. He should just do what I do & ''hit it & quit it''. If he happens to find a Woman who deserves to be treated like a lady then he should wife-her-up, until then he should remain a bachelor & enjoy all the free fish. (:
Also the poll says yes or no which one should I click for saying that I agree with you?2
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