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Need-to-Know Wednesday Is Gearing Up for Summer Lovin’

Friends,

How’s that thing you’ve been doing lately? Wow, that’s interesting. Really? I told you that she was crazy.

Duties have me out of the Compound office today, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t pass along a little something for you to hate with a surprising vehemence in the comment section. As we all know, the blooms of April and May also generally signify the time of year when a man’s thoughts turn to fancy, love flutters in the air like a butterfly, and summer romance heats up.

But love, as we all know, can be a tricky thing. For instance, sometimes the people you love are only with you for a short time, like a year or a season, perhaps, and then they have to be off to bigger and better times. It’s important to cherish those moments.

Sometimes people in newspapers might try to say you love someone else, and you might have to have a press conference or make a tweet about how you love the person you’re with, which is always appreciated and a nice gesture. It only takes a minute, but it means so much.

It’s also important to remember that commitment is key. You can’t just say you love someone, and refuse to sign a document stating how much you love them, or people might begin to wonder who you actually love, and rumors that you love others might begin to pop up all over the internet.

Love, indeed, comes in many forms. Sometimes, love may even be fleeting, like the kind of romantic love you may enjoy in the back room of a midwestern Italian restaurant. The heart wants what the heart wants.

Here, then, for your Wednesday, is a montage of fellows – many perhaps just like you yourself – pining for their own summer love:

Or, you could just continue to meet women the way BTI does it:I’ll be back next week with more, friends. Until then, happy Cinco de Mayo and I’ll see you soon.

Article written by C.M. Tomlin