Well, whining, bitching and hoarding on ice-cream is going to take you only that far. Now you need to take the next steps. Here is my fool-proof guide to help you with just that. Once you do all these things, there is no way you will find yourself moaning over his loss anymore. 😉
1. Learn to take selfies-Accept it, isn’t that
why when you miss him the most.
” Darn it, look at her pictures. If my boyfriend was here he had taken hotter clicks of me then hers ever could.” You have already thought some version of that line, which means that if you give up this dependence on the boyfriend, you wouldn’t need to bother yourself with his thoughts anymore.
2. Practice standing in at the queue-you did it once, you can do it again. Even if you didn’t before, believe me it’s not rocket science. If there is no queue and people are overflowing at the counter-brave the storm. You wont even think of him once you return. At least not with love. 😛
3.Get a pillow-Well then you wont need to miss spooning him-hug the pillow. And get movies, and seasons, and chocolates. The nights are better spent when swooning over swoon worthy hotties then at his not-any-more-loveable face.
4. Invest more budget in take-out-If its his cooking you miss, believe me it could not have been better than restaurant chefs. So why cry over what was mediocre when you can get the best.
5. Hire a man-he should be hot, sexy and must work in skimpy clothes. Pay him extra now and then when you want to be complimented. 😀
6. Hire a cheap masseur-Or ask around in your friends-there is always that one person who aspires to be everything and being a masseur is sure to be on his list. Those kinks your guys used to work well on, might be better worked on by this new recruit.
Well now that all he used to do has been taken care of, you don’t need him or his memory anymore. Hell, you don’t even need a new boyfriend.
Warning-this is not in actuality a guide if any of this offended you or didn’t make sense to you. To those who thought it made sense, do practice this all but not in front of kids.