Can You See Right Through Her?


gen·u·ine

[jen-yoo-in]

–adjective

1. possessing the claimed or attributed character, quality, or origin; not counterfeit; authentic

2. properly so called: real

3. free from pretense, affectation, or hypocrisy; sincere

 

 

A REAL GENUINE WOMAN!!!

Written by a man, who thinks he knows women….What makes a woman genuine?

How rare are her qualities and how lucky might a man be to find her? Don’t be fooded by a woman acting like she is genuine. Eventually, her true self shows. I thought that this should be a little funny, as well as straight forward, we all need to smile from time to time.

 

1. A real genuine woman knows and does not accept disrespect. No sir, not this woman!

2. A real genuine woman knows that she is responsible for her actions and thinks before she reacts.

3. A real genuine woman knows that a man is only a road block between her and the all you can eat buffet.

4. A real genuine woman is not afraid to tell her age and her weight. It shows confidence,and men like that….

5. A real genuine woman does not judge all by the actions of a few.

6. A real genuine woman knows that no one can steal a boyfriend or a husband from her. Let someone try…unless you’re about to see the wrath of this woman, don’t go down that road.

7. A real genuine woman does not give fake phone numbers.She won’t lead a man on… She declines gracefully.

8. A real genuine woman knows how to receive a compliment and is gracious in accepting it.

9. A real genuine woman works on her faults and does not gossip about others.

10. A real genuine woman is a friend whether she is in or out of a relationship.

 

 Woman don’t have to state that they’re independent. We don’t have to put on a show….It will shine through in her character. A real genuine woman keeps her word and she doesn’t say what she doesn’t mean….. whereas imitation women,…..from a mans perspective, you can see right through them!

 

 

 

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