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Lemme guess, you’ve just begun an amazing, title-free, dating-esque “situation,” but you’re worried that you’re becoming his “booty call”? While there’s nothing wrong with booty calls; if you want more than just a friend with benefits, you may need to reevaluate your approach.

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Here are 5 things to consider if you want more than just a booty call:

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5. Don’t put your freakiness on front street so soon. image

How long did you wait before describing (in graphic detail) and/or showcasing your sexual skill set? To know what your relationship is all about, observe the conversation. What’s the ratio of conversations about your life story vs. Your gag reflex?

4. Stay at home after 10 pm.

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When he invites you to “come chill” late at night, what he really means is “come get naked with me”.  Some good questions to ask yourself are: On average, what time of night is he contacting you, and how late are you responding? If you’re already having sex with him regularly, is he at least sticking around for breakfast? Or is he saying that your “conflicting schedules” are to blame for his late night creeps? Deep down we know when we’re being used; always trust your gut instinct.

3. Hang out with him outside of the house.

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If you want to know if you’re more than just a booty call, ask yourself, when was the last time we went out? Whether or not they hang out with you in public is usually a key indicator of where things are heading.

2. Talk when he’s sober.

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How often are alcohol or drugs involved in your interactions? Is he only contacting you when he’s drunk, high, or horny? Free weed and good sex might be enough to keep him hanging around, but will it make him want to commit to you?

1. State your intent.

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Either you can wait around to critique his next move OR you can put your expectations and intentions on the table. If you want to be taken out to dinner, say so! Your beau will probably never take you out if he knows he doesn’t have to. He can’t be blamed for negligence if you’ve never stated your standards and expectations. You can’t blame anyone for “leading you on” if you’ve never been transparent with them about your objectives within the relationship.

Steve Harvey gives some great advice on the subject of booty calls…

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Posted by:Anthony Black

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