1. You can’t be single for more than a month.
You always have to be with someone. It doesn’t matter if it’s serious or not—as long as you have someone to text all day, spend weekends with, and do couple-y stuff with, you’re good.
2. Every time you say “I need a break from boys,” you meet someone a few days/weeks later.
It’s like a jinx. You say you want to be single, then bam, there’s a new guy on your arm. Deep down though, you don’t really want to be single. You just want people to think that you do.
3. You’re a natural flirt.
You can’t help it. Most times you don’t even realize you’re doing it. Even harmless talking somehow turns into a flirt-fest.
4. People always ask you where your current boyfriend is when you show up at parties alone.
“Hey, where’s *insert current guy’s name*? Who drove you here? Why are you by yourself?” Okay everyone, relax. I am capable of showing up to parties by myself. Why won't you believe me?
5. And they are genuinely shocked when you say you’re single.
“What, you broke up?! So you’re single now? Okay lang 'yan, it’s only a matter of time. I'm sure you'll have a new boy soon.” K.
6. When you're single, you're always on the prowl.
Admit it: the club is your happy place post-break up. Why wallow when there are so many other fish in the sea, right? #EgoBoost
7. The three-month rule does not apply to you.
It’s more like a three-week rule, really.
8. You hate being alone.
Not because you're needy (or maybe you are?), but because it's what you're used to. You feel incomplete when you're flying solo.
9. When all else fails, there's always Tinder.
Bored? Curious? Lonely? You can count on Tinder for a temporary distraction.