…Have you heard this before and felt confused? You shouldn’t have because the statement is correct. I’ve grown to notice that alot of females in particularly do not understand this statement and I’m solely going off of what I’ve heard from my female counterparts and comments I’ve seen on some relationship blog sites on Yahoo. Seemingly, they do not understand this very statement whatsoever. Maybe because they’re too young to understand it (my girlfriends) maybe. I don’t know…
This (the statement) is not hard to understand…probably you don’t want to understand it is the case. You’re all like “ooh, girl, he’s the one” after only going out on five dates… Does that even make sense? Five dates and he’s the ONE? Shooo, it takes me atleast three to four months to actually say I love you and mean it and you’re saying he’s the one after five encounters.
I’m assuming you let him get a whip of your icing after the first date and got whipped yourself. He can’t be the “one” that quick. Men will do what ever it takes to make it seem like they’re the “perfect gentleman” on those first couple of dates so that they can get to those good-goods. Later down the road you will see that they’re really a toad. Shame, shame, shame. Ladies do not put yourself out there so fast. He’ll eventually think you’re too easy and not worth having a relationship with (in some cases). You date to gain access to a relationship.
Just because you’re dating someone does not mean you two are in a relationship. To move from dating into a relationship, you two must sit and discuss being exclusive. If you two have not had this conversation then you two are very much single. Now, I’m not saying right off the back (after like five dates) to talk about it, give it a good month or two. Communication is one of the many keys to a long lasting relationship. If the guy says “why do we need titles to establish our love for one another”, he’s clearly trying to play the fields still because he knows when it comes to titles he’s locked in for sure. Ladies do not fall for that mess. It’s an excuse, do not be naive. Especially if you two been together for awhile now.
Dating = Single Relationship = Exclusive