The next day I awoke in my apartment not knowing what to think. I looked over to the side and saw Adrienne knocked out on the bed with me. She’d gotten pretty wasted last night and barely made it upstairs! I laid in bed for a couple of minutes before getting up and getting…
Okay, I’m new to this so bare with me. I’m a baby, and this is my last year in high school and I am trying to make some life altering decisions. I’m a very smart kid, and my family comes from a long line of smart people going to prestige colleges! But that’s not me. Have you ever met a kid who only comes to class one or twice a month and can Ace the test? Hello, thats me.
I’m tired of going to school. I’m not knocking anyone that’s going to college, because hey.. at least your doing something with your life! I don’t want to go to college. I want to join the Air Force ^.^ I’ve kinda talked to some people, and they said its a great experience, and even better money. I don’t have kids, and I have one god child, so i honestly don’t have a reason to stay in my hometown other than family?
What do you think? ANY Advice is good.
Dear “Military Brat” ,
First off, let me say that I admire your passion for going into the Air Force. Not everyone is built for things like Marines or the Air Force. Only people with a true passion/drive are meant for that. :)
Second, I think its a great idea that you want to go into the Air Force. Its such a good experience (so I’ve heard) and it teaches you A LOT. I say GO FOR IT ;) I’m a young adult myself (In college) and I always tell everyone
"At this age you have the WORLD at your fingertips, make use of this time." In otherwords, if you want something MAKE IT HAPPEN.
Third, Honestly, college isn’t for everyone. However, it is always good to have a backup plan. At this age we tend to change our minds A LOT. Even though you are headstrong about going into the military, you still need a backup plan. Think about all of the possibilities like,
Its always good to be prepared and have a backup plan because trust me you don’t want to waste your time.
Good luck with everything! & Make it happen!
xoxo, Sex, Love,College & The City: Miami
What initially attracts us to a man?
Is it his dreamy eyes? Those luscious lips? Or maybe it’s his bulky body?
Either way, how do you as a woman keep from choosing the bad ones?
I mean we all know there are the men that are straight out players but then there are the ones that aren’t so bad yet have some bad qualities.
I’d been in the position where there was an oh-so-hot-hottie that is absolutely irresistible and I had to have him. Sometimes we even ponder on whether or not the sex is good.
I mean come on, Lets be honest here ladies! I’m pretty sure we’ve all judged a man within the first minute and thought on whether or not his package was…well you know, BIG.
And I mean what if it wasn’t as large as you initially hoped? Does that mean that all of the dates, the hard work and dedication go down the drain?
What if it doesn’t go as far as sex and you go on a date with a man and then BOOM!
The first kiss…
The moment you’ve been waiting for, the romantic moment where sparks fly and your heart races a zillion beats!
Only to find…
What exactly grinds our gears when it comes to men?
As I sit here and watch an episode of “Sex And The City” (Yes, and the episode is called “No ifs, and’s, or butts”) Carrie struggles with the concept of dating.
Dating can be so hectic. I mean it ranges from choosing a great outfit watching what you say/do, to that first kiss.
To top it all off, I’ve had a time where the sexy guy turned out to be a bad kisser. :/ (yuck) He’d literally lick my face to the point where I’d have to wipe my face every two seconds.
This brings me to my conclusion, what are the real deal breakers ladies?
Is it bad sex ? Or maybe he’s a terrible kisser?
What happens when you have a good guy with some uneasy qualities?
Do you just overlook the bad and hope he continues the good?
(I’ve been there)
Do you just leave him ?
If so how on earth can you tell him he kisses bad? Or even has sex badly??
All in all, when it comes to deal breakers there truly are no ifs, ands, or buts