Sunday , December 11 2016

How to know you are dating a womanizer!?

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A Womanizer is a guy who is not willing to settle down just yet (or mostly ever! but he is forced to as he gets old!). However, he will do everything to convince you that he is ready.

He will tell you that you are the love of his life and that you have got fabulous eyes, great legs, and amazing everything. Just how do you know when you have a womanizer on your palms? Let’s take a look at the top warning signs you’re dealing with a womanizer.

1. He Never Gets Your Name Right.
The day before you were Rita, today you are Maria and tomorrow you’ll be Sophie. Certainly, he says he has ten aunties and five separate moms still you should know deep down that he is “Mr. Bumblebee” and has several single flowers in his life.

2. He is Super Empty.
For many women, having a good sense of humor is the first quality we look for in a promised partner. But if a guy is a womanizer, it is likely that his sense of humor dies the moment you touch his bright hair.

3. He Doesn’t Live Up To His Words.
We have all felt a rush of blood as our guy tells us something he will do for us. He’ll take us away for a passionate weekend, introduce us to his parents. However, with a womanizer, they are all empty promises.

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A few weeks later and months, though, he still has not made anything. You have still not been taken away for that weekend together, and you have not yet met his family. Is this a man for real? and with his endless list of excuses to just a cover all up?

How to know you are dating a womanizer

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