Guide to dating a drug dealer

08 Jul

I welcome them, but don’t dare tell me you keep good time – I’ll be asking for referees to verify.Whether you want to know or not you should make sure you are aware of the market value of goods you consume.You are probably getting things that are better than street value, this can also cause health and addiction problems. It is very hard to explain your boyfriend to your parents, family and many of your friends.If there is nothing to purchase you won’t hear from them. Now this is not to say that it won’t be great and good but at least 5 things from this list are bound to present you growly moments at some stage.They may be nice to you, give you things and flatter you – don’t take it personally. It is easy to get hooked on the drama and intrigue. Dated a drug dealer and have something to add – love to hear from you.

My sit down conversation with a young girl whose careful words and chilling memories paint the picture of what it’s really like to date a drug dealer in Surrey (note: names have been excluded for privacy protection). (Smiles) He was everything you could ever want in a boyfriend. And then the next week or month he would surprise me with something going off of the littlest things I mentioned. And I know that’s not the answer you’re looking for. (Laughs) He was a really good boyfriend and a really good drug dealer. It’s not an easy thing to admit but yeah, there were many times where I probably could have been killed—easily actually. It’s so weird to think back now, but it’s just the life I lived with him. Um, well I can’t get into too many details without revealing his identity but we met at a party. It was that cliché thing where he asked for my number and I said no. He saw me like glued to my phone and I remember he just came up to me, grabbed my phone, and took it away from me.