-must watch sports
-never wear bright colors
-don’t hug for too long
-only get dogs
-never watch shows with women as leads
-emotions are a no no
-blink twice; inhale once in-between
its like they have these rules set up to be “straight”,
but often do something else to make you say “hmm”.
is there really things one can do to be “straight” or…
…Is it all bullshit?
work wolf and i have been going at it a lot.
some of it his fault.
some of it my fault.
its always something with us.
we have good times when we hang out,
but when shit hits the fan,
we are going toe to toe.
every time we get into an argument,
the first thing he says is:
i don’t argue with dudes like this.
i don’t even argue with my hoes like this.
i never argue with other dudes.
only about sports scores and other shit…”
it usually isn’t an argument.
9 outta 10,
its a disagreement.
we aren’t cursing at each other.
we just don’t see eye to eye.
lets say it was an argument between friends…
…Two men can’t do that??
well according to work wolf,
only couples get into disagreements.
only “the hoe” sends texts to explain the point.
i guess two straights will box to solve their issues?
its weird because left,
who is 100% straight,
and i would go at it.
he would tell me to do things i wasn’t going to do.
i would let him have it.
often vice versa.
he never said the things work wolf would say.
“you are too emotional…”
…says the work wolf who is also emotional.
i guess since he is straight,
his “emotional” is set up different than my “emotional”.
he avoided all contact with me,
acted like he didn’t see me in the hall,
and threatened to end our friendship this afternoon.
…but i’m the emotional one?
the biggest issue with work wolf is you can’t tell him anything.
he is so use to being in control and avoiding any kind of confrontation.
“i only go through this shit when hoes start acting up.
this is when i start cutting them loose.
you gettin’ me?”
nah i don’t.
i don’t get him.
for him to say he gonna end our friendship on some trivial shit tho.
i didn’t disrespect him in any way.
for him to say he doesn’t do certain things,
but then crosses the line with sexuality,
i found this all very contradicting.
Maybe one thing is better than the other?
like most straight wolves,
he is very emotionally immature.
no one has time for that shit.
i think its time we take a much needed time out.
its starting today.
i’ll go first.
lowkey: its funny how i’m wrong,
i guess because i’m a fox,
but he will be right because he is “straight”.
i guess it works different in “gay and straight” friendships.
i’ll always be wrong even if i’m right.
is it wrong to say if our friendship ended,
i would be devastated?