Liars And Casanova…

Pink Rose!

The season of love is almost upon us and I remembered a story that happened during my undergraduate days, there was this smooth talker, he wasn’t really a great looker but he knew how to approach girls, sweep them off their feet and soon they’ll be eating out of his palms.

I knew this guy had at least three girlfriends on my street and it baffled me how or why the girls never found out that he was cheating on all three of them. Unbeknown to the guy, the girls finally found out and they planned to have their own pound of flesh. As usual, he’d planned to take his prettiest girlfriend out to dinner on Valentine’s day while he feigned sickness to the other two girls. The other girls hid inside the bathroom of the favourite girlfriend and when he came in for the date, his girlfriend pretended she was in the mood for a little ‘loving’ in the shower. Well as you can guess, Casanova agreed and undressed but when he entered the bathroom with his girlfriend, he saw the other girls and all hell let loose. I heard he walked home naked with his hands between his legs.

The guy was the butt of jokes for the rest of the semester. It’s so sad when we find out that people have lied, still lying or have lied to us! We’ve all told a fib in our lifetimes but making a career out of it would make people distrust you even when telling the truth! I love that story because I hate cheaters. Like the pink rose in the picture, we should cherish true love!

I haven’t posted  any stories or articles in a while though I’ve read a lot of awesome posts. I don’t know why but of late, I’m sort of susceptible to  the cold and flu virus, my husband thought I’ve worked too hard or rather, working too hard. Cold virus had ravaged my body for the past three days and it was so annoying! Anyways, that aside, an awesome lady, Allison Morris, kindly contacted me with a great graphic titled, ‘Why people lie,’ you can visit her website to read it fully, http://www.onlinepsychologydegree.net/why-people-lie , it examines why people lie, its effect and how to spot a liar. It was an interesting read.

Thanks for reading my post always!

Much love. 🙂

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33 comments on “Liars And Casanova…

  1. Maryanne says:

    Genius! Great story and hope you feel better. I have a bad cold too, so I understand what you’re dealing with.

  2. Uzoma says:

    I pray the cold leaves your body soonest. Like thieves, liars and cheaters think everyday is a good game. Truly, it’s not. Karma can’t be fooled. Thanks for the thoughtful post.

  3. gatesitter says:

    Hope you feel better soon. Great story and kuddos to the three brave young women who banded together and hopefully taught that young man a lesson that was life changing for him.

  4. Like to think the experience would make him a better person but sadly I doubt it.

  5. Papizilla says:

    That dude got busted! Happily during my “playa” days I made sure the ladies lived far enough apart. 😀 I kid, I kid, hope you whip the cold/flu soon. Nothing about that sounds like fun.

  6. He had it coming good. Please get well soon 🙂

  7. RoSy says:

    Good going girls!

    Hope you get better soon.

  8. What a scandalous valentine story. thanx for the laugh and get well soon 🙂

  9. Sam says:

    Lovely read..Get well soon..!TC =)

  10. jackie says:

    ha ha, I didn’t think that sort of thing actually happened in real life…thanks for the laugh.

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  12. I can see buing the butt of jokes was quite literally in his case. Or you cab say cheeky

  13. Hira Nazir says:

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  14. Susan McCord says:

    Great story ~ Karma is a bitch sometimes lol but it was a valuable lesson for him. Wonder if he is faithful today? xo

  15. Wow that was unusual. I just wrote an extremely long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t appear. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Anyhow, just wanted to say fantastic blog!

    • Seyi sandra says:

      I’m sorry, the same thing happened to me a few days ago and it was infuriating. It had to do with spam, WordPress could be overly protective sometimes! I’ll check my spam folder. Thanks for your kind comment, I do appreciate it!

      Much love. 🙂

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