Friday 8 February 2019

Tyler Proves Me Wrong

I made the comment a few weeks ago that Tyler doesn’t flirt. To quote myself, what I actually said was, “Tyler doesn’t flirt, not a at all, not one teeny tiny bit.”. And it appears I have to admit I was wrong. It’s almost as if he read my blog and made a point of proving me wrong. However, he didn’t and even if he had the post in question wasn’t up yet so... witchcraft. That’s clearly how he did it.

It’s strange because I said previously, I didn’t know how to handle him because he didn’t flirt and shockingly him flirting threw me off way more. It was so out of the blue it took me back. I was equally shocked, that he actually could flirt, and proud because the line was good. I wanted to give him a gold star.

I can’t for the life of me remember what he said, but ever since then he’s been flirtier. Not my level flirty, but a vast improvement from what he was doing before and let’s be honest. Not many people are my level of flirty.

Don’t get any ideas in your pretty heads though, the gay husband is not now, nor has he ever been right. Yeah, I knew where your minds were headed. Let’s stop those thoughts right there. Ok?

Anyways, I am off to enjoy what I have remaining of my days off, but before I go, I will leave you with this question; are you a nature flirt? Let me know in the comments below. And as always stay and play safe.


The Honest Bitch


  1. Are you thinking he has feelings or is just getting flirty?

    1. I assume he's feeding off my level of flirt

    2. I don't think you can know that for sure. I recommend a date to remove all doubt

    3. I 2nd that. You two clearly need to go on a date

    4. Wait, what? I....I..... lack the words for this one

    5. No words needed. Just actions, romantic actions... Such as a date

    6. You ladies are barking up the wrong flamingo

    7. Are we? Or can you not see the tree for all the flamingos

    8. If the tree was into me, I'd see it however he isn't so flamingos it is.

    9. Is he not or are you failing to see the way the tree leans?