Friday, December 25, 2009

It's not me it's you



It's often said, "it's not you, it's me"... welp, let's be honest you should be saying, "it's not me, it's you".

Just be for real.

Why lie to the person when you're just down right saying, I don't like you enough for this to continue any further. When you are determining the relationship (DTR = destroy the relationship in this situation) then why be so nice about it and try and pretend that the other person is ACTUALLY what you're looking for? Doesn't quite make sense and Rules Girls like sense. It isn't all just about the Pathos*, but the Logos* as well.

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!!!!!!!

XOXO
Rules Girl

*Aristotle's three elements to a good argument include: Ethos (credibility of the speaker), Pathos (emotional appeal) & Logos (logical appeal).

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