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Every time your mother ever told you to, "just be yourself," she lied. Every time your girlfriend or wife (or Billy Joel) has said, "I love you just the way you are," they lied. The same goes for your grandmother, your aunt, your sister, and your pet hamster who happens to be a female. The women in your life may love you, but they don't love all of you. I'm sure most of you know this already, but for those of you who don't, I apologize if it feels like a swift kick to the gonads. Not trying to be harsh, just breaking down what I know.
You may be wondering, how is this possible? Is there any concrete evidence to support the notion that the women in my life may have a problem with me being me? The answer is yes, there's a shit ton of concrete evidence.
These are instances that the women in your life have most definitely having you given sh*t for, even though you were just being you! Haters gonna hate, amirite?
When you don't really care much about the cleanliness of your living space.
If you'd rather eat bacon by the handful than anything involving quinoa.
When buying new underwear seems like a better idea than washing the ones you have.
If you prefer Action films to pretty much any other genre, most specifically Romantic Comedies.
When your heart is telling you to watch the game, but she'd rather have a conversation.
When you insist that you know where you're going and don't need to use the GPS, because you're smarter than the GPS.
When you see zero issue with wearing an entirely gray outfit consisting mostly of clothing that can be described as, "sweats."
If you've ever happened to say, "What do you mean it's a problem to wear sneakers to a wedding?"
When beer is more preferable to white wine.
When your favorite thing in the world is falling asleep after sex.
If you've ever handed someone money as a gift because you know it's better than having to go to shopping for something they'll most likely regift.
If you've made mention that you don't really believe in giving without receiving, in all areas of life.
When you suggest that maybe marriage just, "isn't for you."
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