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Instant Boyfriend?

Sunday, the phone rings...
its Mom...


Mom: hi, mga anak, kmusta n dalaga ko?
Me: fine mom
Mom: me boyfriend ka na?
Me: huh?

I swear, everytime na lang, walang sawa, paulit ulit, walang tigil, di pumapalya.
I wanted to say ... Mom, katatawag mo lng last week, its been 5 days...
How can you expect me to find a Boyfriend?

Finding a boyfriend is a process, a long process. you don't just go to a fastfood counter and order an instant boyriend. (upsize, with extras on the side)
it takes time...

You see each other, you talk, he gets your number, he calls (or text depending on his time and budget) you go on a date, you talk, you go home, he calls you, you go on a date again, you talk, he pays, you talk some more, he takes you home, he calls again or sends flowers the next day, he visits you at home, fetches you from work, invites you out again... and maybe, after all this... just maybe - if he looks and behaves good enough, he becomes your boyfriend... Maybe?

See, its a long process, which would take approximately a month if not more...since meeting a guy who is willing to go through all those and more is a rare enough occurence.

See what happens (based on a true experience):

You meet, he talks, he gets your number and talks some more (about his life, achevements, salary, exes, boss, family, car, savings account, problems, issues in life, etc.) he calls, talks about himself some more, asks you out, girl says no, but guy couldn't take a hint and still keeps on pestering you.

See what i mean?


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March 8: International Women's Day

International Women's Day is celebrated across the world on March 8th each year. The day is about celebrating the vital role women play in enhancing economic security for their families, communities and countries as a whole while recognising that significant barriers to achieving women's economic security and equality continue to exist.
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