Harsh Realizations

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The South Beach Man Whore has finally gotten a clue:

So, the size of my dick has nothing on the size of my ego.

Well, one would assume as much, since he proudly refers to himself as The South Beach Man Whore.

For a guy that claims to be such a stud, he doesn’t seem to know a lot about women:

She had me in checkmate before I even realized it was her play. I was finished with a game I didn’t know I was playing — didn’t want to play.

I sure hope this isn’t the first time he has realized that women almost always have the upper hand in these situations. Most girls, including his #8, have him beat at his own game.

To read the rest of the blog, go here. --Lauren Papiernik

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