A Guy's perspective: Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don't . . .

Posted by Francesca Alfano On Wednesday, March 24, 2010

. . . and this time I really didn't. I consider myself a good Catholic guy who's been around the block enough times to know that, when I'm in a committed relationship, I should keep it in my pants (in relation to women who are not my girlfriend). I haven't been in a relationship in a while, so I've done some things I shouldn't have in the past three years- specifically staying out late, drinking, and carousing. Unfortunately, I've become accustomed to my phone ringing or vibrating in the middle of the night. The difference is now I have my beloved sleeping peacefully next to me with her head on my chest. Since I didn't send out a citywide memo saying "I am no longer single, so stop pestering me," these girls continue to contact me. I am more than content with my girl, so I decide to not respond to these others. Eventually, most of them realized I'm off the market, but with some of them it's not so easy. One in particular thinks I'm playing hard to get, which entices her more. I tell my baby boo that this girl is just being persistent and that there's no need to worry, but that's not enough. I decide to take it upon myself to confront this girl at her the bar she works at and let her down easy. I respectfully ask her to not contact me anymore, since all I can think of is my super sexy girl.
I thought this was doing the right thing. Boy was I wrong! I leave the bar feeling good about what I've done for our relationship. I told my honeybun the whole story, trying to be as honest as I know how. I was shocked to receive a completely negative response for trying to do something so worthwhile and positive. A few day later the same girl decides to call me off the hook, probably 14 times. And of course the honest guy I am, I tell her. She asks for my phone and she, clearly and simply, texts the other girl to not talk to me anymore. She really was mad that I actually went to see this other chick, even though my intentions were genuine.

So that's my story, and I'm sorry! Damned if you do and damned if you don't.

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