a white ass show,
with white ass people,
doing white ass shit.
a show i actually enjoyed tbh because it was funny to me.
the word “friends” always triggers black folks and i don’t know why.
black twitter was filled with venom towards the friends reunion on hbo max.
“They was never any black friends!”
“They copied Living Single with the concept!”
“I never watched an episode and I know I’ll hate it.”
a foxholer sent me this picture and the main conversation was…
a couple of months ago,
the pretty vixen and i got into an argument.
it was over this wolf (jackal?) of interest.
she said that after all he has done in her eyes,
he wasn’t a standup type of dude.
He is a good guy!
He is just misunderstood!
You are being too harsh on him!”
now the pretty vixen is always right in judging folk’s characters,
but i was so into this dude type heavy that i wanted her to be wrong.
it wasn’t until i sat down and got introspective,
i realized he wasn’t shit and was treating me like i was the same.
i was on high-level “pick-me”.
i’ve seen this happen with other gays when it comes to other males.
some have even done it on the foxhole with attentionisitos and onlyfans stars.
it literally comes off like…
^this is the toxic “pick me” shit i be talmbout.
so i’ve come to notice that the songs of today represent the climate of relationships.
ive broken them down into the many types:
We suck together,
but we will be toxic because we are scared of being alone.”
“I fucks with you,
but i fucks with my side hoe even more.
I don’t like you or the side hoe.
Ya’ll placeholders because I’m still in love with my ex.”
“I LOVE fuckin you and you love fuckin me…
We are a glorified fwb that pretend to be a couple.
We are just fuckin because it’s convenient and we both need sex.”
the gays are all of that plus:
“I want to come home to someone,
but since The Bible said men can’t be tied down to one person,
we will do an open relationship until we go nowhere.”
nothing about the music today makes you want to fall in love like the 90s and early 00s.
it’s all built on the foundation of sex,
the following flew down my twitter timeline and reminded me of a toxic song scenario.
it’s a vixen singing the top 100 tune of:
“doing too much for a wolf,
but what has he done for her besides give her dick?“…