I think we can all relate
I found it admirable when you said you wanted to change.
You wanted to return to your traditional values.
You wanted to return to being a gentleman.
Here’s the funny part.
A few days later, you asked me in such a “classy” and of course “chivalrous” manner to see me.
Without clothes on, that is.
And I even called you out on it.
I reminded you what you had promised to everyone, being the internet population.
But I went along with it because I too, was horny and I was also trying to convince myself it was nothing more than just sex.
And I will admit, I should have been honest with myself and knew what I was getting myself into.
I should have had more self control/respect for myself.
It was poor judgment on my part.
After that day, you still acknowledged me. (round of applause)
I suppose chivalry isn’t dead.
But then you would only initiate any conversation when you felt like dropping subtle hints to me by telling me you were naked and talking to me.
You really know how to make a girl feel special.
I think the problem is, you really don’t understand how this works.
You see, you can’t have your cake and eat it.
You cannot say you are going to change your attitude towards most people and not towards all.
You cannot claim the title of respect and expect to be trusted when you give reasons not to be.
Perhaps I’m overreacting.
And I’ll see it for what it is.
You’re a cool guy, overall.
But as far as my experience with you on a more than friends level went, you acted like a gentleman like Rush Limbaugh acts like a feminist.