It wasn’t me, it was you

It wasn't me, it was you

My graphic tee sparked raised a legitimate question I have for all you “bad girlfriends” out there. So badass babes were you in fact “bad” girls or rather girls that were left dealing with poor excuses of men that couldn’t handle just how amazing you were? No this isn’t something off my Pinterest inspirational quote board I am being for real!

Ask yourself the following questions:

1) Does your “man” still live at home with mom?
2) Does he have an undesirable whine that seems to be never ending? (Give him cheese this pairs great with wine.)
3) Does homeboy have his own checks?!?
4) Does he use social media as a way to vent out his problems? (Suggest him looking into zocdoc.com for a therapist that may accept his insurance because chances are your FB friends don’t care if it’s complicated bro.)
5) Has he surprised you or made you laugh in the last couple months? (Not shocked that he still can’t put the toilet seat down or laugh at the fact that he is much more of a tool then anything Sears has to offer.)
6) Does he pick up weights at the gym more frequently then bills at dinner? (If he can afford to have huge jugs of protein around the house he can afford a dinner tab trust me.)
7) Does he talk to Siri more? (Guys that constantly are on their phone are just not cute and I highly doubt he’s trying to find how many florists are in the area to make up that dinner he didn’t pay for.)

Ladies, if 1-7 applies chances are you are only a bad girlfriend cause hombre is a little insecure to match what you have to offer. Kick him to the curb with the suggestion of downloading Tinder the app is free just sayin’ …

I’m wearing another one of my favorites from Chi Flo again in this Bad Girlfriend crop!
My shoes are the circus collection by Sam Edleman.
Shorts are Furst of a kind

Published by rachsize

Hi I’m Rachel... Born and raised in New Jersey where I received my Master’s Degree in Communications, had my first job experiences, and realized my purpose in life was to help make a difference. In 2013, I moved to New York City where I had dreams of being in the fashion industry. I took a fashion PR workshop and reached out to a speaker I was inspired by for an internship. Elle Communications helped me discover my love for social good brands and fashion with purpose. For a year I was one of Diane von Furstenberg’s assistants which was an experience I will be forever grateful for. Working for a fashion legend I never learned so much in such a short period of time. It helped me grow both professionally and personally immensely. I lost my aunt to lung cancer six years ago and became involved with Free to Breathe a nonprofit organization with a mission to double lung cancer survival by 2022.  They wrote me the most beautiful letter about my involvement since 2011. I am now currently fundraising for this year’s walk and team captain to Deb’s Dreamers.  I have raised over $5000.00 for lung cancer research from 2011-2016. Another organization I feel strongly about is The Pajama Program. A non-profit that offers at-risk children books and pajamas so they can enjoy bedtime. I have been a volunteer reader giving me the opportunity to both read and see the process of when the children receive pajamas and get to take a book home of their choice. The program is amazing and I look forward to participating in the upcoming Pajama Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge. “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Continuously trying to find a way I can put my love for social good, fashion, and communications together to make the most impact.

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