The best way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.
Whoever made that quote was pretty much on the ball.
I know that when I have cooked food for certain people,
they either could not stop moaning or got the “itis” and fell out.
But I’m here to create my own quote:
The best way to get on your Wolf’s good side is through his friend.
Yup, and here is why…
As I told you in a past entry,
Star Fox has met a new Wolf named Wolf Man.
Star Fox also moved to the Southern Forest for a career opportunity.
Wolf Man also lives in the Southern Forest and offered him a place to stay while he looks for his own apartment.
When Star Fox arrived, he noticed this random Fox sitting on the couch.
Curious and confused, he wanted to know who it was.
Wolf Man told him it was his best friend (strictly platonic),
who also happens to stay at the apartment with him.
As the days went on, Star Fox and Best Friend got very acquainted.
They went to clubs and even random trips throughout the city.
Best Friend gave Wolf Man his nod of approval and it helped in bringing them closer.
When you bring your Wolf (or tell them) around your friends,
and they cannot stand him,
things usually go downhill from there.
Sometimes our best Foxes opinions do matter when it comes to who we date.
They want our best interest at heart and the Wolf needs to bring it.
This is why I always say: get in good with your Wolf’s friend(s).
Ultimately, they are the ones who hold your relationship in their hands.
Plus, with a few subtle questions, you can get him to reveal another side of your Wolf.
They say show me your Foxes and I’ll show you who are.
But can they be wrong about your dating life?
It made me wonder…
Star Fox is always so supportive of who I date.
Usually, he is right on the money with his assumptions.
But what if the Wolf is a great guy and Star Fox hated him?
Is that reason enough to trust his gut instinct or follow my own?
Sometimes, we are blinded to things our friends can only show us.
So, I had to ask: