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I Settled For A Loser And All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt
I Settled For A Loser And All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt by Bougie Girl Apparel 

Ladies, how many times have you settled for a BS relationship or even a  crappy marriage? 

During the melancholy or even hellish ordeal did you ever contemplate the following?

1. Wow, why I am settling for this ridiculous situation? 
2. Is there something about me that just screams I-don't-think-I-deserve-any-better?
3. This man is not handling his business, refuses to grow up, and doesn't know how to respect me and yet... why am I staying again?
4. Am I staying because I love him so much and can't imagine being without him? 
5. Am I  overly invested in the idea of being coupled up with someone because I am scared to be on my own?
6. Are there any long-term benefits to staying with a loser? (Besides, the prospect of getting a T-shirt out of the deal.)

Settling for a BS relationship/ romantic situation ain't for everyone. If you find it difficult to live La Vida Delusional, settling for a BS relationship/situation will only bring you heartache and frustration. However, if you are really good at pretending away the fact that your partner does not think very highly of you and is always on the lookout to upgrade to a better model... by all means keep up your dysfunctional status quo.


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