The Best Responses To Tell A Fuckboy Anytime He Uses These 14 Lines On You
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I remember the first time I've ever dealt with a fuckboy. It was senior year in high school. I met him because we had gone to the same school briefly, but then he moved away. We remained in contact off and on, but rekindled whatever romance we had during the time he just so happened to be in town during the holiday. He was very flaky most of the time when making plans and mostly seemed to be interested in hooking up which, for me anyway, definitely wasn't going to happen anytime soon.

However, I put up with it because he was my usual type.

After we Netflix and chilled at his house one night he blew me off and our conversations got shorter and shorter. I was wondering what the problem was and then finally I saw what I needed to see to answer my curiosity. He had posted a picture on his Insta profile with a girl who clearly looked like more than a friend. The crazy thing is, despite getting a girlfriend so suddenly, he still tried to flirt with me through text! It was unbelievable.

At that point, I promised myself that I'd never give in to the fuckboy agenda, but if I'm being quite honest, to say that I've had a myriad of experiences with fuckboys even after that situation in high school is an understatement. From guys who secretly cheat on their girlfriends to get something on the side to purposeless, emotionally incompetent men who don't have much going on for them in life to the typical big shot player on campus, you name it. I could be considered a fuckboy connoisseur. I've mastered the perfect comebacks in response to their tactics and now you can too!

1. “Without me?”

There is nothing more cringe worthy than a fuckboy who uses this line. It's a clear sign that this dude has absolutely no game at all. If a fuckboy texts you this, just simply respond saying "Yes. Without you."

2. “Unsave the messages.”

We've all been here before. A guy starts to flirt a little bit too much so you save the messages because you're 90% sure he has a girlfriend, and you want to keep the receipts just in case. Then out of the blue he either asks or straight up tell you to unsave the messages. That's when you know he has something or someone to hide. In the event that this happens, ask him why he wants you to delete the messages. If he doesn't reply or blocks you, then you have your answer.

3. “I’ve never had sex with a [insert race] girl before.”

This is grimy on so many levels, and women of color can especially relate to the occasional fuckboy scenario when he just wants to try our race like we're some free sample at the damn food court in the mall.

If you ever get that kind of text, answer him back saying "I will not allow the color of my skin to be your fetish."

4. “You up?” (sent after 1 a.m.)

This is probably the most common text you'll ever get from a fuckboy. It's his way of trying to impede while making sure what he's said has minimal retaliation. At that point you can go for the sarcastic approach and text back saying "No." You could also just say "Whatever you're trying to get at, I'm not interested."

5. “Wanna go drink?” (also sent after 1 a.m.)

My usual answer to this is "Yeah! You can get me a drink, bring it to my place, and then leave while I enjoy the drink by myself."

6. The eye emojis

Let's be real here. This kind of weak ass excuse of a pickup line doesn't even deserve a response.

7. A number of messages, talking to himself

Every girl in the world has a dude in their DMs talking to himself. I'm not sure why being left on read makes guys want to continue a conversation, but it's definitely annoying yet slightly entertaining to see how they'll carry on before they FINALLY get the hint. This kind of foolery only calls for one response and one response only: "Are you done talking to yourself now?"

8. “Send me a pic.”

There are a few ways you can get out of this situation unscathed. You could say "Look me up on insta and you'll see pics." if you two already follow each other there. If he insists that he wants a picture that's different from what you've posted on social media then send him a picture of the loading sign to leave him confused.

9. Sends unsolicited dick pic

At this point just block him. Maybe you can curse him out beforehand if you want, but definitely block him.

10. “So your boyfriend won’t let you have friends?”

The most annoying thing about being asked this question is that we know the fuckboy is not trying to just be friends. Per the idea above, create a groupchat with the fuckboy and your boyfriend. Then see if the fuckboy still wants to be friends after that.

11. “I’m just not looking for a relationship right now.”

Now this statement isn't inherently deceptive. There are some guys who genuinely aren't in the right place mentally to be in a relationship. That's okay. However, a lot of guys who say this aren't saying this because of that reason. They just want the benefits of you being tied to them, but don't want to put in the effort to be what you need them to be. The only thing you can really say to that is "Thank u, next" and keep it moving.

12. “If you ever want someone to hook up with, I’m available.”

I don't know why guys like to slide this line in there as if we gave off any impression that we wanted be to involved with them in any way. Just tell them "The unsolicited offer is nice and all, but even if the continuation of the world's population depended on me sleeping with you, I still wouldn't do it."

13. “I bet I could rock your world. You’re not ready for this.”

Ladies, If a man has to go out of his way to hype his sex game up then that's a huge sign that his moves are straight garbage. Basura. 垃圾 . Tell him "All of this hyping yourself up stuff is doing is turning me off. Bye."

14. “I don’t give head. I just don’t find it pleasing to me.”

Out of all the guys I've met in my lifetime thus far, there are only two who have been open about choosing not to go down on girls even though they still demanded blow jobs. I can't completely knock anyone down for not wanting to do something that doesn't make them feel good partaking in, but I'll be damned if we allow ourselves to waste our time on guys who don't go down on girls, but still expect for girls to go down on them. If you've ever met a guy like this, tell him "You're exuding small dick energy right now" or "Welp. Good luck keeping a girl interested in the future."

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Hometown Tinder Is Every College Girl's Worst Nightmare When She's Home For The Holidays

It's full of all the boys who made fun of you in high school.

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Ah, the holidays. Three whole weeks where college students pack up their dorm necessities and return back home, to Christmas carols and grandma's famous fudge and some well-deserved rest. However, the holidays also come with quite a bit of extra spare time, and without your college friends three doors down, it can be hard to figure out what to do with yourself. This may lead to quite a few naps and Netflix binges, or if you're anything like me, swiping left and right on Tinder until you're completely out of people around you.

And while I'll whole-heartedly admit that I turn to Tinder over my holiday breaks to cure my boredom, I also know damn well that hometown Tinder is every single college girl's worst nightmare during the holidays. Here's why.

1. All of the boys who made you cry in high school are on it.

Remember when you had the biggest crush on Jake when you were sixteen and he made you cry at the homecoming dance when he wouldn't slow dance with you to "Someone Like You"?

No matter how hard you try to push that memory to the darkest parts of your mind, ten swipes on hometown Tinder will lead you to his picture on your iPhone. And while it may be fun to laugh at how he went from a 8 out of 10 in high school to a 6 out of 10 on a good day now, you don't want to be stuck contemplating whether or not you should swipe right on the boy who ruined your makeup on what should've been a good night.

2. And so are the awkward ones who you never really talked to.

Yeah, you always thought Aaron was cute, but you never struck up a conversation on the bus ride home. Now, you're stuck with a question that could go many ways: do you swipe right or not?

3. Most of the people you're swiping on will never leave your hometown.

Girl, you have goals. You were one of the few people who actually left your hometown and went off to school, and the last place you want to end up when you graduate is back in those hometown streets. Why in the world would you want to end up with someone who never plans on leaving?

Yeah, you may think it's "just Tinder," but truth is, you never know what could happen with the guys you talk to on there.

4. So. Many. Exes.

Your first crush from 5th grade, your senior prom date, your first kiss, the first guy who ever broke your heart...hometown Tinder is stacked FULL of so many of your exes in one place. If you choose to navigate hometown Tinder, well, good luck, sis.

5. You're going to end up doing something you regret.

Whether it's hooking up with a guy you've known since you were in diapers or getting back with your ex, hometown Tinder leads to nothing but bad decisions. Trust me on this.

6. You know people in your hometown run your mouth.

When you're away at school, the only time someone MIGHT talk about your Tinder is if some guy from work or one of your class recognizes you and thinks your bio is witty. When you're back home, however, your Tinder profile is going to be a featured screenshot and every "Saturdays are for the boys" group chat within a 15-mile radius. People are going to run their mouth about you even having a Tinder and they'll tear apart all your pictures and your bio. Yeah, it's shitty, but isn't that expected?

7. You're forced to lower your standards.

Let's be real for a second: the guys on hometown Tinder simply just aren't as cute as the boys you're swiping right on like crazy back at school. If you want a hometown hookup or even just someone to entertain you with conversation while you're bored binge-watching "Friends" for the fifth time, odds are you're going to have to lower your standards a bit.

8. One wrong swipe and you've ruined your holiday season.

Y'all, these are the holidays we're talking about. Three weeks to rest and recharge. Time to enjoy family and friends and the joy that comes with the holidays. You don't want to be stuck upset or annoyed or pissed at some rando and whatever they said to you on an app. Maybe, no matter how bored you get, it's best you let things settle for a bit and stay far away...

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8 New Year's Resolutions That Every Single College Girl Should Make In 2019

This is your year.

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Despite what you have probably been repeatedly preached, starting off the new year single doesn't suck. You may not have a definite New Year's Eve kiss, but you have plenty of opportunities to improve yourself and succeed in your goals, without the obligations of a relationship holding you down.

1. Dedicate more time to your friends.

When you're in a relationship, friendships can fall to the back burner. Single life is the perfect opportunity to invest more time in your friendships. Whether it's staying in or going out, organizing a wine night or a study session, make your friends a priority this year.

2. Have more confidence with guys and dating.

Text a crush from class first. Don't be afraid to leave a situation that doesn't feel right, of losing a date out of fear that you won't get another. Even if you get turned down, deal with confrontation, or remain single for a while, things will work out.

3. Break a bad habit.

The "New Year, New Me" mentality can often be daunting (and very ridiculous). The reality is, you are still you, faults and all. But making a goal to change one thing that's been holding you back can be helpful. Maybe this is going out for more, or procrastinating on studying, or a personal thing you really want to change, for yourself.

4. Improve your study and work habits.

This is the year to succeed in academics and career. Don't let procrastination and laziness hold you back. Get organized and get your goals accomplished.

5. Go on dates.

Don't make your goal to get into a relationship. But being single doesn't mean locking yourself off from possibilities. Get to know different people and options. Whether this is simply casual, disastrous, or has the potential to develop into more, don't try to force anything, and remember that everything is a learning experience.

6. Learn a new skill (or improve an old one).

When you're single, your schedule is yours. Why not take the opportunity to learn a new skill or hone in an old one that you've abandoned? It doesn't have to be a huge conquest that feels impossible. Take painting or cooking classes. Dedicate time every day to learn a new language.

7. Don't be afraid to try some new styles.

Get some bold lipstick, spice up your wardrobe, take some style risks.

8. Treat yourself.

Whether this means taking yourself out to dinner once in a while or having a face mask and Sex and the City marathon night, invest time in giving yourself the treatment you deserve.

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