Firstly, I took today as a "me" day; my shoulder is still jacked, my legs are killing me, my god damn masseuse isn't available until Wednesday. But that's why I'm posting prolifically just now.
But anyways - girls crying.
It's a rare event for me to see these days.
I mean, I often times see girls try NOT to cry, or fight back tears etc.
It normally happens when I say something particularly ghastly to their face.
They never expect a guy to actually say something so direct and insulting, cause we're meant to be "gentlemen" etc, and they normally think they can get away with acting like little bitches with total impunity. It just catches them totally off guard.
Their eyes well up, they look the other direction, trying to fight back tears etc.
But I'm talking about, openly sobbing.
First real girlfriend I had, I was 14.
Basically, too young to know jack shit about the mechanics of the female mind.
I mean, green doesn't even describe how I was back then.
The first few months were fine, but then that bitch used to start crying at the most random things.
Her eyes would go all red, her upper lip would tremble, and she'd adopt this posture of complete vulnerability.
Then the tears would just start rolling.
Pffff - that bitch must have been some kind of closet emotional wreck, looking back on it.
I never knew what to do in them situations.
I'd just let her cry it off, then get back to trying to convince her dumb ass to give me a blowjob.
Hilarious - 14 years of age, that broad actually thought she was meant to blow on my dick..... until I showed her otherwise.
Anyways - I raise this cause, my housemate has been dating a girl for a while now, and I think I just heard her crying about something.
She's a real fucking "nestor" as well (you foreigners will probably need to look up in the-urban-dictionary to understand that reference).
I'm wondering how he's dealing with it.
He's a doctor, so he probably knows how to pacify her and shit.
Like when he has to tell a patient they need a colonoscopy and they freak out - he's probably got the art of pacifying down pretty good.