>"What was your name again?"
>"I think you said Anon, right?"
>"oh my boyfriends name is Non, that's close to your name"
>"Hey anon what are you up to?"
>"Just playing (game), what about you?"
>"Oh, my boyfriend loves (game)!"
Everybody fucking remembers my name
even if I met some cunt on a night out once and randomly run into them months later, it's all "oh hey Anon!" and I'm left wondering "who the fuck are you"
my name is too memorable for my own good
>something happens and a girl approaches you
>she starts to talk to you
>unbelievable, this never happens to you
>you notice she's kinda cute too
>this could be it, anon, she could be your first girlfriend
>just play it cool and ask her to hang out or something
>or maybe she will ask you to hang out with her, that would be even better!
>tfw she mentions her boyfriend
>tfw can feel something sting in your stomach
>tfw darkness pierces your heart
>tfw you had it all for a minute, and then lost it
>So, women shouldn't be able to talk to you just because they have a boyfriend? Ugh, grow up.
I think you're looking past the point here, the question every woman should ask herself is - "would he want to talk to me if he can't fuck me", then look at the guys face and body language:
A. You're not attracted to him, DON'T FUCKING TALK TO HIM, because he likely wants sex and isn't in the mood to get friendzoned
B. He looks like he doesn't have a GF, DON'T FUCKING TALK TO HIM, because you're not interested in fucking him and he's not interested in getting friendzoned
>IF A+B guess what, DON'T FUCKING TALK TO HIM, HE COULDN'T GIVE ONE FUCK WHAT YOU HAVE TO SAY
If women followed this simple logic they'd save us and themselves a lot of time and us a lot of anger, to sweeten the deal you might prevent the next school shooter ;)
No one in a relationship, boy or girl, should ever constantly bring up the fact that they're in a relationship to people who are not. It's just rude. I've met so many people who constantly say "my girlfriend ___" or "me and my boyfriend ___" to beta losers. It's obvious that they know what they're doing too