hello mr. – is­sue 04

Hello Mr. Magazine - - GROOMING FEATURE -

Your friends will al­ways be there for you, so don’t take a big stance about how im­por­tant your friends are for the sake of mak­ing him feel like he’s sec­ond-tier. Don’t put your re­la­tion­ship on dis­play. It’s only for the two of you. Also, don’t fuck other peo­ple. Also, don’t even kiss other peo­ple. For­give him when he pisses you off. Trust him. Don’t plan on break­ing up. But if none of this works out, don’t ever say mean things about him to other peo­ple. The world does not need to know how angry and dis­ap­pointed you are. Years later, after you’ve dated and screwed and made new mem­o­ries with other men, re­mem­ber him fondly. Tell him you love him, even if it’s across time and space. Whis­per, “I love you,” and let it travel back­wards over the days and months that rose up like moun­tains be­tween the two of you in another lifetime. And when you’re ready, write a list of the things you should have done dif­fer­ently. Go back to the start. Go back to where you first met him. Give your younger self a check­list of items that might lead to a fu­ture in which he is still yours. Be­cause some­where, you haven’t found him yet. But you will. You will find him again and again. Ryan Rogers is a 26-year-old Cre­ative Di­rec­tor for a brand­ing agency with of­fices in New Or­leans and Lafayette, Louisiana. Im­pressed? If so, you can learn more about Ryan, his sex­ual fail­ures, and his talk­ing pe­nis at ExboyfriendMa­te­rial.com.

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