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These days it is hard to find a good boyfriend Guys are like parking spaces The good ones are taken and the rest are handicapped I have never really had any luck with finding an all around good guy I guess maybe it was because of the way I went about finding a boyfriend I tend to look for the good-looking guys but I never really get to know them before I decide to date them My past experiences with some of my ex-boyfriends has inspired me to go about a whole different approach while looking for a boyfriendBefore I spend time effort and countless phone calls with my friends obsessing over a guy I have decided to do a little investigating before I declare my underlying crush This will help me steer away boyfriends from hell Below are my five steps that I follow while looking for a boyfriendGo to the source This is the first step Examine the guy as if he is a vegetable Ask him questions such as where he grew up what he does on weekend mornings or how he plans to spend his days after he graduates college Hopefully he will appreciate your interest I get a little suspicious if he doesnt want to reveal himself It usually means he hiding something or just not interested in me If the guy is interested he should naturally want to share his likes and dislikes If by any chance he does spill his life story pay attention to any inconsistencies or exaggerations For example if he is bragging about how he took first place in a track meet ask to see his trophy If it turns out that he really took third place chalk it up to a little harmless boosting However if you find yourself catching him in outright lies about his part time job or who his friends are rethink your feelings for him You will never know when
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