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Dumb Whore

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Meet the South Beach Man Whore. He hasn’t been on the blogosphere for long, and apparently before he appeared, he was a proud resident of LaLa Land. Amid posts about receiving massages, blow jobs, and T-shirts from women that he paints to be clueless, he says:

I’m thinking, “wow, she doesn’t know that we’ll be fucking soon does she?”

She’ll figure it out afterwards I’m sure. I like surprising people. Right now she doesn’t even know that she’s on the radar screen. This is going to be fun. I love the thrill of the chase.

I’m guessing that this Man Whore (like countless others) never got the memo. So let me dumb it down for you, Man Whore, in some terminology you can relate to: A woman isn’t hopping in the car if she doesn’t already know that she wants to go for a ride. You got that? -- Raina McLeod

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