8 Signs That Asian Baby Boy You’ve Been Seeing is Going to Shatter Your Heart
Don't say I didn't warn you...
Maybe you’ve started seeing a seemingly sweet ABB (Asian baby boy) and have started to notice a few red flags here and there, or maybe you’ve been ignoring these red flags from the very beginning (tsk tsk)– either way, ABBs and Asian fu*kboys display very distinct behaviors that you should always look out for before getting too serious.
Of course, maybe just one or two of these characteristics can be overlooked. However, if you don’t want your heart shattered to pieces, it’s probably best you stay away from boys who show several of these signs.
1. He’s got the classic fu*kboy haircut
Faded sides with a comb over and a hard part, usually gelled down with Gatsby hair gel — we’re all familiar with the look. You know he spent like an hour staring at himself in the mirror trying to perfect his hair.
2. He has an unhealthy obsession with cars
The Asian fu*kboy usually drives a modified Subaru WRX or BRZ, or if he’s using his rich parents’ money, a BMW M3. Basically, he’ll care more about his car than he will ever care about you or your feelings.
If he’s got any sort of tribal or tiger tattoos or sleeves that make him look like Jay Park, hate to break it to you, but he’s probably already been sliding into other ABG’s DM’s. There is no such thing as the fu*kboy cure.
5. He has a very particular taste when it comes to shoes
He knows exactly when every single EDM festival tickets are going on sale and he’ll never miss a single one, even if it’s your anniversary or your birthday. If he only listens to Illenium, Gryffin, Major Lazer, Dillon Francis, RL Grime, girl you better watch out.
I mean come on now, if he’s a frat boy, what do you expect? When has anyone ever found a wholesome Asian frat boy? NEVER. THAT’S WHEN.
Moral of the story? Hold yourself back girlfriend, you already know deep down, that ABB is going to break your heart. I promise you, there’s plenty of wholesome Asian boys out there.
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