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Foreign men have a lot going against them, too, with the most obvious being the language barrier.

An international relationship can mean more bickering and extra time needed to settle your differences, as not starting from the same cultural footing means you often have to spend the beginning of a discussion just feeling each other out as to what you both think about the issue.

Your cat rubbing up against you has nothing to do with his affection for you. The “kitty kiss” relays certain information about how the cat is feeling.

Cats have a great sense of smell, so your cat is secreting his scent onto you so no other cats will come near you. Your relationship is emotionally abusive, and you didn't even know it. But they let you know by giving you a blank stare, and then blinking at you. If the cat blinks at you, it's a good thing, but if he doesn't, he's asserting his dominance and potentially feeling aggressive. Instead, cats love the flavor of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a compound that supplies energy in all living cells and acts as a signal for meat.

Because while me hating cats is an opinion, it's a that cats suck. Your brain is home to millions of protozoa, but one in particular, called Toxoplasma gondii, manipulates your behavior to force you to like cats.

This parasite, which lives in 30 to 50 percent of the world's human brains, can only reproduce in the digestive tracts of cats.

It's not cute and it doesn't make you quirky, lovable or funny, which I know you're trying to be.

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