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Side chics getting bold

I personally hate side chics because they come with stress, unplanned and inflated expenditures but worst of all, they groom you into becoming a pathological liar. Oh yes, you will find yourself lying yourself to sleep or any other lie you can make up to escape trouble. The tension of entertaining an “alternative” you don’t need in the first place can be overwhelming. I know people who are constantly watching over their shoulders in case the “main” squeeze walks into a room with swords. Interestingly, there are girls who are comfortable with “side chic” status. Their reasons are varied but most of them claim guys in stable relationships will not bother them with late night calls blah blah. For that reason, they are happy to stay-put. They are ready to warm the bench like Man U’s Rashford and come on to make an impact, or cause some kind of destruction whichever way you look at it. Side chics are bad news. They are the sweetest way of destroying one’s life. They are a vessel of all sorts of evil.
Anyway a friend of mind finds himself in a difficult position. This one girl who has this annoying grip on him wants to start picking his kids from school in the evenings. Wait….. whaaaat? As who? missus? She has gotten so comfortable on the side, she wants her roles revised. I have questioned my friend’s choices but the pleasures of this world have painfully won him over. No, she does not want to usurp his girlfriend as Number One. In fact, she is comfortable being the “other chic” but is making demands. She wants her rent paid for her and I am thinking, what for? Is it because you relieve a man of his deepest sexual pressures? Does that give anyone some kind of super powers? And now you want to pick his kids from school? This world doesn’t run short of things to amuse, but that’s just depressing.
I really do not encourage anyone to be the side piece ever. It’s a pretty sorry and isolated life to live. To be a secret your entire life shouldn’t be an option. That’s when you draw the line and step out. But this BS of wanting your side chic role elevated is embarrassing for these girls or for anyone in such a situation. You want to stay the side chic but show up at public functions on his arm? Bubu, you just played yourself. Very soon, these chics will want to meet their boyfriend’s mother. Huh?? Say that again?

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