How can you tell if a guy is just saying he has a plenty of girls after him, versus him actually having plenty of girls after him? I guess I am still stuck on this guy I kind of like. He would always brag to me that he could any girl he wanted and how plenty of girls were always hitting on him. He never struck me as someone who is remotely attractive looks wise or personality wise. He always came off as the shy sort of insecure nice guy but when i got to know him he started saying how plenty of girls like him.
A player will have a book of names of the girls he chooses and calls for specific events.
A wannabe player, just talks a good game, rather than attempt to do it.
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