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Women Unhinged by Electrostasis It is very difficult to decipher the complex code of women and even harder to comprehend their personalities While you are intently scouring the Toledo High School campus for a significant other there are some types of women to watch for and avoid Great amounts of thought have brought me to conclude that there are 4 types of women to avoid here at THS These include the tyrant the emotional the chameleon and the ditz You will soon be able to pick out these types of women and learn to avoid them when looking for a mate Our first subject and also one of the most frequent is what I like to call the tyrant She will seem innocent at first but she is actually a wolf in sheeps clothing Your initial relationship will seem normal but soon she will start demanding that you do everything for her and will not take No for an answer I would advise to get out now while you still own your legs She will begin ordering you around and if you submit she will use and abuse you for all you are worth This sort of relationship is more destructive than constructive and will potentially hurt you You will not regret moving-on as you look back at your life in the future Our second subject to avoid is sometimes called the chameleon Also known as the follower or groupie the chameleon has no real personality to call her own Her personality is about as stable as an autumn leaf blowing in the wind You are sure to like at least one of her personalities but there are far more that Im sure you will not like Once you really get to know her you will understand that she has a specific personality for whomever she is hanging out with With certain friends she will seem like a perfect angel but with others she
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