i fux with mean girls heavy.
i’m sure i watched that movie over 100 times.
i own it to so…
vixens can be very catty,
especially when it comes to penis.
they will stab you on some jon snow/game of thrones shit…
…over a pineapple.
hell some of us as gay males get involved in their cattiness too.
Don’t have a dude be attracted to you and not some vixen you know.
She is in love/lust with his ass,
but he really is interested in you.
you won a gay or bi male!
the following video is the perfect example of vixen cattiness at its best.
3 “friends” were pulled into a prank.
2 of the friends called one of their manz to see if he would cheat.
they were supposed to pretend they wanted to chill with him without the girlfriend.
ricky martin use to be livin la vida loca in homophobia!
see what i did there?
he was once a bully to his own kind.
sounds like a foreshadow, doesn’t it?
well this is what he told gq australia about his trife life in the closet…
Are you a bitch?
I’m just asking.
I like to know who I am dealing with.
Sure, I am always down for being an asshole when someone makes that mistake.
People need to know that as a Fox, Wolf, or Hybrid, you do not take disrespect kindly.
But, what happens when everyone you meet is just an extra in Mean Girls 3?
Is this lifestyle just full of wanna-be plastics?
Why is everyone striving to be the next “Regina George“?
Why are these grown men lighting up cigarettes, tossing their hair back, and being “cunt queens”?
I had to wonder….
Is this lifestyle just one big girl’s bathroom?
I have the right to remain silent.
Anything shady could be used against me…
People are funny characters.
They will do so much BULLSHIT to you,
but when they are at judgement’s courtroom for their wrong doings,
they are completely flabbergasted by any accusations.
You find it amusing.
They find you to be a bitch.
But, I never got why this happens mostly within “friendships” and even business.
Why is it that when you think things are going well, that big “BUT” is somewhere around the corner.
I had to ask…
Why can’t we all get along?
The need to be liked and appreciated is a BITCH, ain’t it?
I think it all started from our parents.
As kids, we did whatever it took to get their attention.
We did something good, and we got rewarded.
We did something bad and we got punished.
That happened until we got into school and we did things to get and keep our popularity.
Which group did you fit in:
When we leave high school and get to college or even the workplace,
it seems those titles still matter.