Apparently cuffing season has been pretty rough for a few of my peers this year. My text inbox has been filled with a lot of "I'm too old for this sh*t" and "this can't be life" commentary. Trading advice has become a tradition, but in the end no one ever really follows it. Hell, I don't follow my own advice but it sounds good. Being that we're all approaching 30, it's kinda hard not to wonder when will the bullsh*t stop with these men. With all the story swapping I can only help but to think of my fav light-skin rapper Drake. In his song Doing It Wrong he states,
We live in a generation of not being in love and not being together. But we sure make it feel like we're together. Cause we're scared to see each other with somebody else.
Bruh! I LIVE for brilliant word-play. Every time I hear this song I get emotional. I'm sure Drake has had his fair share of being in love (or lust), so I can't help but to take his words for truths. But why is our generation like this?!?! Who gives a damn about the popularity and flock of heauxs. What happened to the dream of being with someone who has seen all your flaws and embraced them? Someone who didn't abandoned you the first time you effed up (and we all will at some point). Where is that Huxtable love?
I know that good relationships are built on trust and compromise. A life of resentment and animosity is not in my destiny. I just wish that the men of my generation would wake up and realize that...
titles ain't sh*t if the story don't match -Fabolous, #Situationships