After my buzz wore off not too long after, I realized I wasn’t even enjoying it. The whole time I had been thinking about what I should write my thesis statement on and what I wanted to wear to my friend’s dinner the following night; there wasn’t even enough attraction to make me want to stick it out and come on, you have to be cautious about STD's (if you’re not being cautious about them, you probably have one). Who the hell knows where he had been before that, let alone that day. It wasn’t worth it, so I stopped.
Here’s the point of the story:
You're probably a piece of shit that deserves to be shot in the dick if you:
Think a girl is a prude because she doesn't want to fuck you or let you stick your grimy, disgusting, no-good hands down her pants. You don’t deserve a penis. If someone doesn't want you, deal with it.
Think you are some kind of ladies man. Those are girls you're "with" are just with you because they consumed your entire bottle of top of the line Popov, fell for your one liners and were dumb enough to be lured into a dark room to “look for your keys.”
[Side note: Those "women" you sleep with all have something in common: Chlamydia. I'm just letting you know. They also hook up with your best friends, ex-best friends, co-workers, team mates, and each other after they drink too many Smirnoff Ice's.]
So here's to all you women who are sane enough to make responsible decisions before you end up in a pool of regret while picking up prescriptions to rid yourself of something one of the girls he hooked up with three nights prior has. Good for you. You know your worth and what you deserve. It's okay to let yourself go every now and then; we all have spring breaks, winter breaks and the first Tuesday of each month, but if you aren't even attracted to the sorry sap in any way, shape or form--let alone having fun--it's okay to up and leave. You're never going to see him again, hopefully.
You never know where your night might take you—you might meet someone great or someone who is a total jerk—you don't have to be into it for the sake of being into it.