SAY WHAT YOU MEAN, MEAN WHAT YOU SAY

Remember back in elementary school when asking someone out was very simple. Not even asking the person but finding out how they felt about you. All you had to do was write a note, asking that person if they liked you and to circle the answer. Now as we get older it seems as if it gets difficult. Why does it get difficult? Because you never know if the person likes you, the oral, or the sex. We all know that people can say the damnedest things at a time when it feels good. But how many people mean what they say and say what they mean? I say what I mean and I mean what I say. But do you?
Are you one of those people who say what they think sounds right at that particular moment? You know those are the ones who lose out in the end! What do I mean by that? They say all the right things at the wrong moment and whomever they’re saying it to doesn’t believe it because they know that they shouldn’t. Would you believe me if I told you that I cared about you when the feeling was oh – so – good?! I wouldn’t! Then after it was all said and done that person was the one who was going to love them right, but they blew it because of the moment they knew that’s what wanted to be heard. That person was going to be the one who was going to give them the world by any means necessary. Crazy, but you never would have thought that, right!
Then you realize that you should have been true to that person. You shoulda said what you meant and meant what you said. It gets real crazy sometimes. Don’t think because the feeling is right that you have to say something good just to get more of what you are getting. Say what’s in your heart, and everything will come right! So if you say it at the right time, it’s more believable then that person stays in your corner. If you say it at the wrong time, then that person walks and you’re left kicking yourself in the ass.
If you say what you really mean to say it’s more believable, if you say what wants to be heard, if the other person is smart then he/she walks.
SAY WHAT YOU MEAN, MEAN WHAT YOU SAY!!!!!

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