King of the simps, Derrick Jaxn, caught cheating on his wife

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best place for women is target, grocery store, Walmart, gas station. Everyone needs gas and toiletries/necessities
Grocery store produce section on a weekday
is slept on and if you're tall, often times women will ask you to get something on the top shelf in other isles cuz they can't reach it. Spit a little game and before you know it, they're giving up the digits :smokin
 
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Grocery store produce section on a weekday
is slept on and if you're tall, often times women will ask you to get something on the top shelf in other isles cuz they can't reach it. Spit a little game and before you know it, they're giving up the digits :smokin
Yo were you the guy in TAY that said he hands out "business cards" to women? :lol:
 
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Yo were you the guy in TAY that said he hands out "business cards" to women? :lol:
He stole that technique from Tariq "King Flex" Nasheed...it's in one of his books can't remember if it's Art of Mackin or k Within. But anyways Tariq says it's less awkward than asking the woman for her number (and risk getting denied). He also says even if you do get the number that's not a sign she is 100% interested whereas if you supply her your digits and she calls it's only a matter of time before you successfully smash.

And 15 years later you got females who will give you their social media handles to get another follower, just 2 have YOU have HER looking like a damn celebrity :smh:

At work we had this female temp who would sit down in the break room with a random dude every day asking his life story pretending like she was interested...she ended up leaving after 3 weeks, and nobody even got to smash (not even the refrigeration techs making $36/hr)
 
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Without being able to dissect tone , don’t know this is rude or not. She could have just told her that for future purposes.
 

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I wonder if she treats every single DM like that in the same way

You gotta assume a number of inquiring customers will always miss pertinent info and reach out directly for something.

As soon as she said she booked for Thursday. A cool "Thank you" would have sufficed

I don't even care if she was having a bad day. I'm not putting that energy on someone unrelated to that

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It aint rocket science
 
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It's sad that we have to debate what basic manners are required for dealing with a customer. That response was completely rude and unprofessional. If I received a message like that I'd walk away from that business and never return.
People forget what customer service means - going beyond the customer needs.

At minimum be respectable - Hello, Goodbye, Thank You and You’re Welcome.
 
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The one thing I keep in perspective when I browse twitter threads like the one with that rude chick is that twitter is not really similar to actual behavior with people/women I meet. I can count on one hand the number of times I've ever dealt with outright rudeness or something abnormally mean-spirited in the dating scene. I guess maybe I've been lucky but the majority of people are still way more well-adjusted than that.
 
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