I need a boo.
One who will take care of me when I am sick.
One who will rescue me when I am at my lowest.
I hate being alone.
I have friends, but I need a MAN.
Nothing feels better than a Wolf taking care of you.
In my state of almighty sickness yesterday,
a Fox sent me an email that 1) inspired me…
…and 2) made me throw up.
Not because of what he said.
But it got me so excited, that my poor stomach went into overdrive.
A Fox who has dealt with a Baller Wolf before he was a Baller Wolf.
My kind of email!
Anyway, lets get into it…
The Fox was going to a college,
where he met his Pre-Baller Wolf.
He won’t reveal the Pre-Baller Wolf for obvious reasons.
He was a tutor and the Wolf needed help with Math.
You know how it goes.
Pre-Baller Wolves tend to be REALLY…. un-educated.
I guess this explains all these mistakes and illegetimate children.
So it went from late night studying,
to dinner at his crib,
and then occasional hanging out.
It ended up with sleeping over and then…
First it was Fox on couch
… and then it ultimately Fox on bed.
And then it was Pre-Baller Wolf on him…
This is where the Pre-Baller Wolf was banging his spine out on a regular.
He said sex with an athlete can be off the chain.
Stamina, good looks, and mixed with a nice body = FUCKED EXTREMELY STUPID.
For 3 years,
he did everything his Pre-Baller Wolf wanted.
DOING HIS MATH HOMEWORK,
being his late night whore,
and whatever else he wanted.
It all came from Baller Bliss to Baller Diss…
as soon as he got into the league.
When you have to deal with nosy parents,
agents who have him everywhere,
and STARVED Foxes posing as PR or event planners who claim YOU will ruin his image.
(I KNOW THEM ALL TO WELL!!!!
I’ll get on THEM later.)
So I had to ask him what did he learn after all of this.
This is what he replied:
1. Determine what is sex and what is love: Messing with an athlete can be toxic even if it is for that moment of pleasure2. Don’t lose yourself: Take care of your priorities first and don’t over buy him or over impress him because there are many foxes and wolves that can do the same.3. Realize that your time may be short…Move around because he will have his share of foxes, wolves, and hybrids when you are not looking.
Now, everyone remember:
THIS IS ONE PERSONS STORY
But,I believe everyone has a story you can learn from.
Sometimes you need to hear the “bad” so you won’t make the same mistakes.
Other times, you need to actually experience it for yourself to learn the lesson…
…or reap the rewards.
I am grateful for my Fox for sharing his story.
I can handle a Baller Wolf, but then again, I love a challenge.
But, it all made me wonder: