For all the guys out there that have ever gotten into an argument with an intelligent [black] woman because you lied, this post is predominately for you. This is usually the course of how things go that elevate a woman to blank on you.
Lesson #1: Do not lie. We will find out. And we will make you pay. The sooner you learn this, the better off you’ll be. We’ll just keep asking you questions until you A. Get tired of answering and confess or B. Get caught up in one of the lies you told. You may even be able to lie enough to save yourself in the moment, but that brings me to…
Lesson #2: We remember everything. Especially those things that you hope we forget. And we can replay it like a broken record in every argument and will find a way to bring in ish we know even if it has nothing to do with the price of tea in China. So yes, I know that [insert
bitch’s girl’s name here] liked 4 of your pictures, retweeted 2 of your tweets and told you Happy Birthday this year, so how the hell you figure… you don’t know her? This then brings out the anger in the intelligent [black] woman.
Lesson #3: Angry [Black] Woman= Def-con 1. Once we have confirmation that you have lied, but you refuse to confess, our intellect is insulted. You do not want to do this. Because you now leave us no choice but to make you rue the day you lied to our face. This may include but is not limited to: damaged personal property, physical injury, revoked privileges (most likely the “cookie”), extreme questioning, loss of trust, loss of interest and/or repetitive discussion about what you lied about.
For more information on what to do if you have experienced any of these symptoms, please comment on this post.
*Disclaimer* Now of course every woman is different, so you may get a different reaction. But at the very least you’ve been warned.
Also, I don’t expect the following symptoms to be experienced in a healthy, secure relationship…but then again it’s up to you to ensure optimal relationship wellness.
Think before you lie, because then you probably wouldn’t.
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