Trigger warning: High levels of cheese detected below.
If you are allergic or oversensitive to extreme cuteness, happy couples and/or overwhelming optimism, read at your own risk.
Do you have that one friend who seems to have found the key to life’s bliss in the form of his boyfriend? Or, are you that friend, constantly doting on your other half?
It’s important to know we don’t need an external source to tap into happiness, but we’d be lying if we said some of life’s most satisfying moments aren’t spent shared with the people we love.
For these guys, that means their boyfriends.
Here’s what guys on Whisper are saying about their beaus:
Yeah, I’m slowly learning that I’m “that guy”. The other guys in my choir give me playful grief about it.
So *this* is what diabetic shock feels like!
Beautiful pic 🙂 â¤ï¸â¤ï¸
every guy that I sleep with is the guy/s I want to be with at that moment.
God, really? I’m usually thinking of any errands I can run on the way home or pulling Uber up: “Let me get you a ride [outta here].”
@Glücklich: I am so into pleasing the man I am with that is my focus. I love seeing a man in the throws of passion.
We are that couple too….madly in love 9 years!
Whisper turns everything into a bad Powerpoint presentation.
We’re that couple too. My first boyfriend and we celebrated out 19th anniversary 2 weeks ago 🙂
We’ve passed 10 years together.
The first boyfriend I had (at age 30) was emotionally and, on a few occasions, physically abusive and basically demanded that I drop everything in my life to tend to his needs.
After 3 months an an emotional rollercoaster he broke up with me again and I realized that I was perfectly happy with that. He kept trying to talk to me afterwards and I realized that he thought it was another fake breakup for the sake of petting his own ego. NOPE! Even though I occasionally get lonely (and thirsty) I realize now that I’m much better off being single than settling for someone who would abuse me like that.
I’m really not in a rush to dive into anything the way I did that relationship ever again, and I don’t want to do long distance again either. Having said that I live in Santa Barbara and the dating scene here is abysmal.
It’s easy to get envious of the people writing these whisper prompts. Alas, I can almost bet that all of them chose an image that’s probably not their boyfriend.
I have struggled to find someone, and still continue to do so. I’m finding guys particularly fickle when it comes to wanting to build a relationship built on more than just sex. I internalize this, and unfortunately it brings mountainous doubt in my life, which doesn’t help at all. I’m finding that I need to allow myself to be me, and that when the time is right, perhaps that person will appear. Tacky, I know, but sometimes it’s nicer to believe that than the contrary.
Notice that every single one of these uses the words “my boyfriend.” Aren’t there any “husbands” among them?
If these guys are so much in love why not opt for marriage? Or were the homophobes right when they told us that gay people didn’t really want to marry?
Shouldn’t this article have been posted last month, say, around the middle of February?
Now for shits and giggles, let’s put up all the Whisper postings about how miserable people are because they are single, right next to these.
Let the battle begin.
@spiffy: You sound fun, negative nancy.
just change all the mentions of “wife”, “she”, etc. to appropriate titles and pronouns.
nice enough sentiments…but they don’t “want the world to know it”. they’re using WHISPER, and on it using stock-photos of models and not photos of themselves.
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