The naughty mermaid’s birthday party –

The naughty mermaid’s birthday party

There’s a hilarious picture that I’ve seen circulating around the internet. It’s a smokeshow, and it’s her birthday.

She’s holding up a whiteboard with her “goals” for the night of bday un-bashfulness.

On the list:


*Make out w/ a super hot guy

*Flash a moving vehicle

*Take a shot on every floor we go on

*Body shot

*Selfie w/ guys peeing in the washroom

*Makeout w/ 2 army guys (& take pic)

I can’t attach the photo to this email, and I don’t want my email provider to flag the link, but if you Google “birthday girl’s to do list”, it’ll show up. She’s dressed as a mermaid. Probably a good thing. At least she can keep her…fins on. Because if she didn’t have pants, she sure as hell wouldn’t be keeping THOSE on.

Now, here’s the key question…

What would you do if you saw this girl at a bar? Dressed up like a mermaid and carrying this whiteboard of her “bday to-do list”?

Would you talk to her?


Try to get her home and into her fins?

Hit reply to this email and let me know (just be aware your answer might be used in a future email). I’ll share my ideas, too.

Now, this email does have a point. I’m getting there. Namely, what to do with attention whores. Because let’s face it, there are a lot of shiny things out there that distract even the best of us. There’s always something you can do if a situation comes about when a girl just isn’t giving you respect.

If she…

Isn’t responding to texts.

Ever flakes on a date at the last-last minute.

Strings you along, giving you just enough hope but never actually meeting up with you.

Best thing?

Let her go.

Always the best thing you can do. Even if it means sacrificing a girl here and there. The confidence and boost you’ll gain from being outcome independent will serve you much better than fighting with her to get her out.

Move on to the next, there are plenty of fish in the sea (no pun intended to our mermaid girl).

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Kyle Trouble of DAnet

  • February 7, 2018
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