I Did It. I Liked It.
He told me one of the biggest lies. Actually, he told me a lot of lies. Most of them were about sexual things. He said he never did this and never did that, so I thought I was his first in these things. However, I found out differently from his brother, who is a close friend of mine. But the one that did it for me, the lie that ended my love for him, was when he told me that he had never had two women at the same time. So, I told him that I would think about it. I talked to some women that I knew that had done that kind of thing before. They said that it was an enjoyable experience. So, I started looking for a woman to do it with. Turns out that he knew someone that he knew would do that. So, I again was talking to his brother, and his brother told me that the girl was one of my boyfriend's exes and that he had done that with her and another girl. That blew my top. So, I asked him about her and I told him that I didn't want him to talk to her anymore. I asked him how he would have felt if I wanted to have him and one of my exes. He didn't like that idea. It would not have not have been as bad if he would have told me the truth like, "I did it. I liked it. And I would like to do it with you." That would have been better. I still would not have done it with one of his exes, though. Something I would like to know is why men can't just tell the truth about things like that? I mean, just try it once. Tell her, "I did it. I liked it. And I would like to do it with you."
— Carla, 21