Don’t rush into anything.
Don’t worry about being alone.
Don’t get locked in for the long haul.
Don’t talk yourself into being in love.
Don’t give her too many gifts, at first.
Don’t look back if you already walked out.
Don’t worry about breaking up or her leaving.
Don’t make her lie to her parents to be with you.
Don’t forget- if you can’t be good, then be careful.
Don’t stay with her if she always talks about money.
Don’t worry about her being a good cook, that’s very overrated.
Don’t forgive her if she cheats on you. Once a cheater, always a cheater.
Don’t waste your time with her if she is not into school, books, or education.
Don’t say you’ll never date girls with a certain hair color, race, religion, or size.
Don’t watch porn, it’s just like all movies. What you see rarely happens in real life.
Don’t yell at her, belittle her, or lay a hand on her no matter how angry she makes you.
Don’t worry about girls in high school. Get to college and then you can worry about women.
Don’t ask her out if you always hear her badmouthing her parents and other family members.
Don’t stay with her if she is overly critical about your friends, family, and all that is important to you.
Don’t think that you may be marrying her one day. More than likely, (99% sure)- she won’t be your wife.
Don’t tell your friends or buddies what you did with her, what you talked about with her or how you feel about her.
Don’t stay with her if she always tells you what to wear, how to cut your hair, or makes comments about your weight.
Don’t expect to find one that looks like a supermodel. Sometimes the sweetest fruit doesn’t come from a perfect tree.
Don’t stay with her if she asks you to quit something you like and don’t start doing up something you don’t like in order to make her happy.
Don’t get to friendly with a girl, call her your best friend, and share too many secrets with her. She’ll never see you as a possible lover, partner, or mate.
Don’t let her know all your insecurities, hang-ups or issues. She’ll use them against you later. Besides, if she’s around you long enough she’ll figure them out anyway.
Don’t ask her out if she posts cell phone and mirror photos on Facebook of herself puckering her lips, sticking her butt and chest out and pretending to make a “gang sign” with two fingers.
Don’t ask me what you should do, ask your mother about that. I’m not really sure.
Don’t talk yourself into being in love. Wait, I think I said that.