An Open Letter To The Next Guy Who Dates Me
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An Open Letter To The Next Guy Who Dates Me

I don’t need flowers or teddy bears, I just want your time and love.

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An Open Letter To The Next Guy Who Dates Me
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Hey there cutie,

First of all, congratulations. You just signed up to date this mess, but the important thing is, this mess let you into her life!

So I am assuming you must have a great sense of humor and a fantastic personality. That’s what I fall for. I only ask for 3 things: loyalty, honesty, and care. If you are able to complete that then I doubt I will find anything wrong with our relationship.

However, as I mentioned before, I am a mess. And here somethings that I will just list and if you don’t like then let’s not waste each other’s time:

  1. Let’s talk about appearance. I don’t pick guys based off of looks, though good looks are a plus. I’m talking about my looks. I have flat hair, bumpy skin, pimples, I’m not curvy in any way, I’m not athletic or skinny. I’m the awkward thing between skinny and curvy, but I am content with my body, so take it or leave it.
  2. I’m blunt. I don’t have any barriers, I will say anything and talk about anything, so don’t feel uncomfortable when I say weird things.
  3. I’m tired. I am a nursing student, so I will be tired, if I stay up with you past 10pm, you better make me some hot chocolate.
  4. Which brings me to my next topic. I love chocolate. And food. I love food. Especially spicy food, so be able to deal with a human with an appetite of a pig.
  5. I am sheltered. (was sheltered). I never skateboarded or snowboarded in my life. That just shows you how protected my parents were.
  6. I’m broke. So don’t plan anything crazy expensive, and I don’t need you to either, homemade spaghetti is just as good as a steak from a 5 star restaurant.
  7. Now personality. I am weird. I have fluctuations between out going crazy girl and shy quiet girl, really depends on how much sleep I got.
  8. Now my past. I’ve dated a bad boy and done somethings that not everyone might approve of, but it’s my past and I regret nothing. It was all an experience and it made me who I am.
  9. I am a mother. Just one child, but unfortunately my child died when I had a miscarriage. This is a touchy subject for me. If you really cared about me, you’ll be willing to lend me your ears as I tell you everything that went down.
  10. I’m very simple, but my heart has been broken. Not from previous boyfriends, but from friends, family, and life in general. I try to make the best out of everything, but there will be days where I just don’t feel like it.

Dating me is simple if you just accept me. I don’t need flowers or teddy bears, I just want your time and love. So, whoever you are, please take good care of me. I don’t want another scar.

Sincerely,

Young me

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