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4 Signs That Show You Are Just A Booty Call. – Authority Psychology

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Yes, it’s just sex. He only sees or calls you when he wants it. You are already crazy about him, but a little worried. You are wondering if he truly likes you, or if you are just a booty call to him.

Here’s are the signs that’ll tell if you’re a booty call.

  1. He doesn’t take you out on dates

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Whether it’s a romantic dinner, or going to the movies, he will never take you out of dates. Actually, it’s kind of agonizing for him to. This is because all he would be thinking about is getting home and having sex. Why would he go and suffer through a two-hour dinner just to get home, pop a Viagra and get down to business with you?

Booty calls are exactly that. It’s just about sex. Forget the dinner and romance. In occasional cases, you might even sleep over, but make no mistake, he is just using you for sex.

  1. He only Wants To Talk Dirty

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He’s always like a teenage boy when he first sees you, clawing at you right away. He’s constantly kissing you or talking dirty to you. And while you’re texting about your bad day, he quickly reverses it with anything he can find to engage you sexually.

You’re a booty call. You’re not in a relationship. A relationship requires listening to all the stuff that you went through during the day, and he should do it willingly, openly and amazingly.

 

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On – 14 May, 2017 By sumbobello

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