Because You Don’t Know The Meaning Of The Word ‘No’

23 Jun

If we had to bet, we’d guess that the word ‘no’ was one of the first three words you learned. Heck, it’s one of the first three words any child learns.  They pick it up and latch on quickly, screaming it repeatedly as their mother pulls them away from the toy section at Target.

So don’t try to tell us that you don’t understand when someone tells you ‘no.’  No means no, as the saying goes, and it’s as simple as that.  We know you know that.

Which is why it’s hard to understand why you suddenly lose all concept of the word in certain situations.  Namely, in bed.

We’re not going to beat a dead horse with this one, because we think it’s pretty simple.  Let’s just leave it at this: next time you’re in bed and she/he/it (we’re equal opportunity criticizers) tells you no, you need to stop.

No one wants to date a person who a) makes them feel bad for saying ‘no’ or b) ignores them all together when they do.

…this is why you’re single.

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