Tyrese And Shame Remind Us Of The Relationships We’ll Never Be In Again

June 24, 2015  |  
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Did you catch Tyrese’s new short film Shame? The singer and Jennifer Hudson pair up to remind us of the dysfunctional relationships we swore we’d never get into–again. Here are a few examples of those tired relationships.

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The Mama’s Boy

Why put someone first in your life when you’re not first in their life?

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The Drinker

Too many beverages and he turns from Jekyll to Hyde.

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Mr. Almost Right

When it looks like you could make it work, but you realize that you wasted years instead.

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The Baby Daddy

Next time you’ll take your relationship with fewer child support payments and a side of less baby mama drama.

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Mr. Break Up To Make Up

The makeup sex may be incredible, but the fights are not worth it.

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Mr. Can’t Commit

Because “the one” won’t hesitate to fight to keep you from getting away.

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The Pushover

Because if he doesn’t stand up for himself, you will walk all over him–and then lose respect for him in the process.

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The Dependent

He provides you with some of the love you need while you provide him with all the money he needs.

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The Social Climber

He looked good on paper–but nowhere else.

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The Cheater

Just because he left another woman for you doesn’t mean he’ll leave you for another woman, right? Wrong.

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The Hopeful

He’s got big dreams, but no ambition. And what he doesn’t have in drive, he makes up for in bills.

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Mr. Negative

Next time you will find someone who’s more willing to fight in your corner.

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The Long-Distance Love

Everyone tries this at least once, but usually only once.

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The Warning Sign

Your mom warned you, and your friends gave him the side-eye. Next time you will listen.

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