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#KeepTheChangeBae There are too many cry babies parading as men nowadays

Today's society have a lot of men who feel over entitled towards women.

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Our society is producing to many babies parading as men play

Our society is producing to many babies parading as men

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In life, you cannot control what happens to you but you can control how you react to things.

A weak man reacts to things like a brat. He lashes out and makes tantrums.

"When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me" says the Good Book.

Twitter user @pabloayodeji needs to recite this verse throughout this year. No man would go to social media to rant about spending money on a woman who later rejected his advances. Only a boy would do that.

Pablo Ayodeji's cry baby thread play

Pablo Ayodeji's cry baby thread

(Twitter/Subdeliveryman )


The babe in question gave him one of the most epic replies ever. She refunded his money and gave him change to spare. What a way to show class. You can't come on Twitter acting like a brat and be expected to be treated like a king. Twitter rightfully went in on the guy in question.

The most epic reply of all time play

The most epic reply of all time

(Twitter/SubDeliveryMan )


There are a lot of guys who claim to be men but are just like @pabloayodeji. They feel entitled. They feel women owe them something because they spent money on them or took them out. Their ego takes a bad bruising when a woman turns them down. They feel women should fall over themselves to date them.

The truth be told, the world is turning out males like this everyday. In a bid to be sensitive and politically correct, our society produces men who can't handle a bit of rejection. There are too many cry babies who shed tears because women turn them down or their girlfriend doesn't love them right.

There are too many over-entitled men these days play

There are too many over-entitled men these days


It's sad how we have gone from producing gladiators and warriors to hyper-emotional zombies who believe the world owes them something. Men are not men anymore.

The last thing a man should do is crave the affection of a woman. A man should only want one thing in life from other people- respect. Every other thing is minor. There are millions of women in the world. If one doesn't love you, another five will love you. The last thing is to go on Twitter to blast a woman who rejected you. It shows you don't have an abundance mentality.

I don't see the sense in a woman going out with a man she knows she isn't going to date in the first place. That sort of sends a mixed signal. Cry babies out there please understand this- women love attention and will gladly take it from a man who they know they will not end up with. That's how they are wired. It's not ladylike to entertain the attention of a man whose interested in you when you know nothing is going to happen.

Pablo Ayodeji's avatar play

Pablo Ayodeji's avatar

(Twitter )


These things happen. Every man has taken a babe out, spent money and told no at the end of the day. It's called life. There is no need to cry over it or rant on Twitter. You take your loss and move on. As a matter of fact, a woman will respect you if you move on with no fuss after she turns you down. And that is what you want most in life- respect.

There needs to be some sort of training to these cry babies. Life is more serious than a woman rejecting you. If you are making a scene because of this, you are a child who needs his mummy.

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