Dating a grown child
I’m not saying that these boys, because that’s what they essentially are, meant to take advantage of me, but they did and I let them. Want more of Bustle's Sex and Relationships coverage?It’s when you realize that you gave 100 percent to something where the other person only gave 30 percent, because that’s all their man child ways will allow, that you feel foolish and even embarrassed for being so dumb, for lack of a better word. Check out our new podcast, I Want It That Way, which delves into the difficult and downright dirty parts of a relationship, and find more on our Soundcloud page.It was exactly like the relationship I had with my parents when I was 15, except I wanted for gas money to get to the mall for a Orange Julius with friends.Guys who are a man child can’t take responsibility for anything; like absolutely nothing at all. It’s like watching a little kid say “not me,” when their parents ask them who broke the vase in the living room although it was clearly them.
and an idiot, a totally blind twit, and as though you’ve been severely taken advantage of.well, honestly, I’d rather rearrange my sock drawer than ever have sex with another one.As I mentioned, the man children I’ve dated were “artists.” As a fellow artist, in my own right, I get that when you’re pursuing your art you feel that having a “real” job, as in a job that actually pays a proper wage, can you make feel like a sellout. But what I understand more is that you can’t do your art, or whatever your passion is, if you don’t have a cent to your name.So while I always had fun with these man child guys, at some point you realize that doing pickle back shots at 4 a.m. But over the course of my relationships with these man children I was forced to nag, like really nag, because OMG dudes just wouldn’t listen or do what they were supposed to do!They could never be anywhere on time, they couldn’t clean the dishes correctly, every time we went anywhere that was even remotely upscale or swanky, I had to prep them on how to dress and what was appropriate conversation.