Whenever I'm in a relationship for longer than a month, I get bored. I've talked about this before, I realize, but I discovered the other day that not all guys are like me. Aaron for example. That guy is a serious womanizer, but his talent is wasted because he's always in some sort of pseudo relationship. It's like he refuses to end one relationship until he has another girl on stand-by. It's sad, really.
I don't really try to get into relationships. I usually just kind of fall into them on accident. I think my problem is that I'm horrible at dating more than one girl at a time. Horrible. I'm a pitiful liar and dating more than one girl at a time involves at least some sort of lying, be it white lie, bald-faced, or lies of omission. I'm so bad at it that I usually end up screwing up other people's relationships by saying something contradictory about their lie while the person they lied to is in the room.
Aaron is cuddling on the couch with Anna (yes... the hot Anna) watching Mama Mia. I walk through to get to the laundry room, glance at the TV and say, "You're watching this again? Geez, it wasn't that good." I hear Anna say to Aaron, "You said you hadn't seen this before." I cringe as I put my clothes into the dryer. Oops. Aaron had watched it two days earlier with the girl he'd been dating, Tiffany. I hear Aaron say, "Well, it was on, but I fell asleep about 10 minutes into it." I start the dryer and start walking up the stairs. The last thing I hear is Anna, "Was it just a bunch of guys watching?" It sounded like there was going to be a lot more lying.
Of course he lied about seeing the movie. I'm sure Anna suggested it and Aaron claimed he hadn't seen it cause he knew odds were better of scoring while watching a movie like that instead of Avatar.
What I hate the most is the look I get from Aaron immediately after I've just dug a gargantuan pit and pushed him in. Like last night. We had a few people over to play some games. Aaron's "girlfriend" Tiffany decided to show up. I lose one of the games and Aaron says something about owing him $10. I reply with, "I guess we're even then since I put $10 in gas in your car last night before our date." I got the "look" from Aaron. He was out with Anna Saturday night instead of Tiffany.
The "look" is kind of a... furrowed brow... coupled with eyes the size of Dixie dinner plates with a single olive super-glued to the center of each plate. I'll try to get a picture of it next time I say something stupid. Luckily, the scowl had to be brief cause Tiffany looked at him with one of those accusatory questioning looks. Aaron didn't want to get caught giving me that look cause it just screams "guilty". Aaron looked at Tiffany, smiled and said, "So, by the look on your face, can I assume that you think Calvin and I had girls there on our man-date?" Tiffany looked back at me. I smiled and said, "Aaron doesn't put out for me as much as he does for Jake." Aaron and I chuckled nervously and I went to the kitchen to grab another soda.
I avoided Aaron and Tiffany for the rest of the night cause I didn't want to be interrogated by Tiffany. She's freakin' crazy.
My plan was to talk to Aaron about it this morning, but he had already left by the time I woke up. So I sent him a text that said, "Sorry about last night. Did she buy it?" I got a reply that said, "Aaron left his phone in my car. Did who buy what?" I have no idea if he left his phone with Tiffany or Anna. Either way, I shut my phone off and don't plan on turning it back on until tomorrow.
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