Damn girl you making a cake?

Have you ever led anybody on, or made them think that you were more interested than you were? What about sending mixed signals? Has a girl ever told you they were confused about what you wanted? Have you ever received mixed signals? Did it tick you off? How do you deal with this situation?

Sending mixed signals is not a good thing, it leads people to believe that you feel one way when in actuality you don’t. Not only can this cause hardships for you and the other woman involved, but it can be a huge risk! If you lead somebody on to believe you are in to them and you aren’t, well they could be one of the crazies that we’ve talked about before. You could lead the wrong person on and instead of her being sad and heartbroken about it she could stalk you! If you tell a girl you love her just because you can, and you don’t, well buddy don’t say I didn’t warn you.

The best thing you can do to avoid all mishaps, is to just be honest. Be honest with yourself and be honest with the people you get involved with. Don’t make them believe that they are the best thing you have ever seen and/or had one day and then the next tell them you don’t want to hang out anymore. If all you want is a one-nighter, well you know the drill! Be very vocal, as far as telling the girl how you feel. Don’t be misleading. It will just cause stress for you and the girl. And do not tell the chick you love her when you don’t! Have you ever seen the movie, Swim Fan? Well, watch it, because if the girl already is unstable and you do something to set her off. Well I would not like to be you.

So, go into friendships, one-nighters, relationships (or whatever) open, honest, vocal, and for Pete’s Sake, know what you want. There is nothing worse than a confused lesbian, who thinks she loves you then doesn’t, but maybe she does, but can’t commit, but really wants to try, or maybe they don’t. Come on, get with the program!

Mz. Pink

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