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The Guyliner

The big must in any new relationship is honesty, right? Hell no. Well, kind of. The unspoken rule is that when you’re first starting out honesty just won’t cut it. It’s kinder, or at least more convenient, to lie.

01. “ He was nowhere near as good as you.” Even if your last boyfriend was Zachary Quinto, when your current squeeze asks what it was like going out with them, you have to paint the moist miserable, wretched picture you can. You longed for freedom, waiting for your knight in shining armour. He was cruel, and bad in bed, and – horror – he left wet towels in the sink every morning. Don’t tell him the truth; he can’t handle it.

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