Get A Boo’ In Your Life

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Tis the season! … for break ups. Psychoanalyst would have you believe that holidays are symbolic of change or mark the passage of time. Do folk really want to spend another year with someone when their relationship is sub par at best? Don’t answer, it was rhetorical. Mr.Psychoanalyst has a point but Mr.TramueL believes that folk on Earth have read Seven Radical Ways to Save Money. Page fifteen clearly states “2 is not equal to 3, not even for large values of 2”  Science. Mr.TramueL what does that mean? It means folk don’t appreciate the extra commitments that accompany the holidays. It's a greater investment of time, energy, MONEY and love. Science is true, don’t be misled by facts.… to make ups. Is this relationship worth saving? Will a make up last? Are you ready for a make up? I’ll answer the questions with a question. Did you have a good relationship with your ex before the holidays? Probably not.

Don’t worry Mr.TramueL is a four letter word beginning with L and ending in E enabler. Follow this easy step to surviving a holiday breakup.

“Get a boo in your life”

The Top Five Boo’s of All Time. All Time.

The {Boo}ty call Boo

They put the boo in booty. You can lead a horticulture, but you can't make them think.  Listen, listen, listen ho’ is merely short for honey, I just got lazy and dropped the ‘ney like when they drop to their kne … oh never mind.

The Winter Boo

Historically, more babies are born in the Winter months so you should lay without laying. Check.This one is contradictory, think of this in terms of the actual seasons.  In the summer the sun is high at noon. Hot. The move to Autumn tends to cool things down. Warm. When Winter comes, rather than be left out in the Cold, opt for something warm to lay next too. Sometimes we all just want to be held. That is until Spring when things start to heat up again.

The Work Boo

Most of you know this one as the work spouse, but that sounds more fatal attraction if anything. We spend a great deal of time at work, science proves that we have a tendency to form friendships with folk we encounter often. Propinquity effect. We all need someone to laugh at our jokes, eat lunch with & talk about other co-workers with.

The Standby Boo

The Work Boo relationship is non existent after the hours of five p.m. & that’s when you need a standby boo in your life. These are folk you keep around, they have potential but you keep em’ in the friend zone. Immediate In To Me See is there without the sex or commitment.

The Instant Message Boo

BBM, Twitter, Email, iChat, Texting … Social Media “pushes a Q45” infinite. A network of supportive friend(s) can be valuable. It is important to have others available to call on when the need arises. This is my personal favorite as it teaches us how to stand alone and be independent, or to work through issues which caused trouble in a past relationship before moving in to a new one. Here girls & boys can be willing conduits into the world of men & women. Class.

I see you like to talk, I hear you baby. Get a boo in yo’ life & please feel free to add your boo types in the comments.

Live Well,

Mr. “It’s Winter & I’m so cold” TramueL

Seeing Clearly

After watching Hitch for the ump'tinth time 2'day and drawing inspiration from the love doctor. I feel that I should impart my impractical wisdumb upon the Earth cause folks is going through it ~

All day long I've been providing advice and counsel ... I'ont know if "I" was sought out specifically to be a willing conduit into the world of men or if it was because I was the first ninja without a full-time day job they could get a hold of. (But that's not the point, please keep up)

Maddening, exalting, thrilling and frustrating « The promise of "a four letter word beginning with L and ending in E" that's right kids LOVE. I will no longer write this word out as it has caused so much confusion 2'day. Let's call it "a four letter word beginning with L and ending in E" ... anyway what was I saying ¿ Oh yeah a four letter word beginning with L and ending in E continues to drive folk into insanedness (ßrianism) trying to find the perfect partner. Here is something that The Merciless God of Perfection doesn't want you to know » Perfection may not be worth the price, you are only human ... relax.

Ya'll didn't see my tweet 2'day from Twitter  well if you were following MrTramueL on Twitter at http://twitter.com/MrTramueL you would have *Clears Throat for Speech* Mr.TramueL on the reflecting pool ...be careful what you wish for, Physical attraction isn't everything.

Physical vs Chemical in a physical reaction two substances are mixed or ground together without being transformed, meaning both can be recovered from such a mixture in their original state. A chemical reaction, on the other hand, produces an entirely new substance, one that is very different from either of the reactants and does not easily yield the original substances back again. *Science* ... I know, I know you have questions,"Mr.TramueL what are you talking about? I thought we were discussing a four letter word beginning with L and ending in E?" and you are right we are but Mr.TramueL's Law Of  intellectual Obscurity States: What fun is it to be a willing counduit into the world of men if you make yourself easy to understand? (Please stay on your toes) A relationship is more like the resulting compund in a chemical reaction - it is a discrete third entity that is more than just the mixture of the two, a whole new substance.

I'ont feel like writing any more so Imma just hip you with a few points to make your relationship last (do as I say not as I do) that's right Mr.tramueL is a four letter word beginning with L and ending in E enabler.

  • Refuse to allow others to push your buttons. One trick is to grow a whole new set of buttons that can not be easily pushed.
  • Try to distinguish between needs and wants. What you seem to want most is not what you really need, in most cases.
  • Give unconditionally.To give while expecting a return or certain results is the same as paying for something.

P.S. Has anyone seen Cressida? I ain't talking about a Toyota either, Robinne Lee ... she played Cressida Baylor in Hitch. I sure would like to react with her.

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