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Girls Suck Essay

532 words - 3 pages

As you and ever other guy knows that girls can cause a lot of problems in our lives and in return it leads to some big changes that can possibly be irreversible. In the fall of 2000 a lot of events took place in my life. All of which have changed my life and will never be forgotten. I was seeing this girl named Renee. Everything was going great with the two of us. We would hangout together, walk on the beach late at night, watch movies together, and etc. Nothing could be better for me at the time. Until Renee started to act like she didn't know what she wanted anymore. She started to be less and less ...view middle of the document...

Then the next day she would totally cut a ties with me and go her own way. I couldn't believe it, the one thing that I cherished most in my life was dissipating into thin air, and there was nothing that I could do about it. The cause of all these mind games were really effecting negatively. Since Renee was playing hot and cold games with my mind. I started to doubt myself in every way possible. I thought maybe I wasn't good looking enough for her. Maybe I wasn't treating her like the queen that I thought I was. I didn't know what the hell to think because she was messing with my mind. Since she was messing with my mind, I started to stop eating food. Since all I could think about was Renee, I lost my appetite completely. I was unable to do my school work because I couldn't think straight. I even started to do poorly on the football field. Something that I have never done ever since I started playing at the age of 10 years old. It was so bad that I didn't even talk to my closest friends at school for little over a month. I was basically devastated at this point and time in my life. I got the balls to talk to Renee and see what was going on between the two of us. She basically told me that it was over for as of right now, until she had different feelings for me. The cause of all my problems radiated from Renee, and effected me in way that I thought would never happen. I guess women have that power over men and probably will until the end of time.

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