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The Perils of Success Edition 7 (The Importance Of Fake Friends Part II)
It’s 3 In The Morning, For Whatever Ridiculous Reason You’re Locked Out Your House and/Or Got Kicked Out By Your Boo. Call A
‘Real’Friend, They’ll Most Likely Hit You With The “…h-h-hello? Pick you up? Naw I’m sleep…” Now Call A “Fake”Friend “…Yo? You Need Me To Scoop You?…Ight Give Me A Few Minutes…”
“fake” friends go to far lengths to prove how much of a ‘real’ friend they are, some people believe doing “real” things makes a person a real friend, some can’t even give you a real definition, others just listen & praise too many rap clichés to know the real difference, but truthfully, does it really even matter? What does it even mean for someone to be a fake friend? Some of the most ‘real’ friends do the most ‘real’ hurt to you, so what would you even consider real?
Realistically, everyone wants something from you. Some people want to use you for what you can do for them, some want materialistic things and some just simply want to be around just to be down (good or bad) but to think you’re ever going to come across someone who wants nothing from you is extremely
‘fake’ & delusional.
Real friends usually do real fu*ked up things to one another. The closer someone is to you sometime means the more hurt they can cause you given the right circumstance. We all see ‘real’ friendships end with real bad words all the time. So were they ever real friends?
Stop feeding into this real vs.
fake friends craze. Rock out with whoever rocks out with you & watch for the fake moves, as well as, real.
Don’t Be A Real Sucker & End Up Being A Fake.
The Perils of Success Edition 7 (The Importance Of Fake Friends)
The thought of not wanting fake friends is unrealistic. If you logically think about it, not only can it never happen but the idea of surrounding yourself with ‘real’ people is fake within itself. Everyday we put on a smile and socialize with people we really don’t want in our circle, but they’re there.
The beauty of fake friends are obvious, they help you realize who your real friends are and in a setting of success they often go above and beyond with helping you. Most ‘fake’ friends support you and your dreams more than your “real” friends, so does it really matter? They may only be around to further their dreams but use them for their time and be cautious of their fake moves.
Eliminating fake people out your life is impossible, not dealing with them as much is more realistic, but how can you determine who is what? It really shouldn’t matter, or be voiced, about who’s real and who’s fake because time will tell.
At the end of the day if a ‘fake’ friend wants to help you reach your goals, that’s pretty “real,” use them the same way they’re using you.
To Be Continued.
If I make a mistake and accuse you of something I’ll apologize out of courtesy. If my instinct is wrong, as a man, I have to apologize, being human and a person of good conscience I will admit my mistake. The problem with the legal system is all words and synonyms of courtesy no longer exist. If a officer says your wrong, you prove your right, admit the misconception and how she/he could think your in the wrong, your still wrong.
Only on television does the idea of having a logical conversation with a law official exist. Most times officers stop us for valid reasons, but there are few times we’re right, only to be told to “take it up with the courts.” Rather than admit his/her wrong, officers send us to a law system that’s designed for us to fail. The law can only judge on what is told and if the officer is present the judge “perceives” their word to be true because they took a oath as a officer of the law, automatically making them right, but at the end of the day police officers are human as well and as humans we sometime lie to get out of a jam.
The quota system in New York City has put a lot of unnecessary pressure on officers causing them to wrongly accuse people just to meet their numbers.
Be careful out there, it’s a cold game.
To Be Continued.
So are you happy? Does “HIM” really do everything better than your Ex? Really?..Really!? -People Fed Up With The “HIM” References.
Amazingly a woman can break up with her real life boo and have a “HIM” minutes later, but to make it more believable women should build the relationship, you can’t be committed Monday, argue Tuesday, breakup Wednesday & suddenly have a “HIM” Thursday. We understand, you wanna prove to your Ex that his spot has been filled but only a idiotic male gives in to this beautiful depiction of “HIM.”
Ask her where “HIM” works, ask her how long she’s known “HIM,” then ask yourself if competing with a fictional character is really worth it? There is a big difference between having a “him” and keeping it secret vs. Having a “HIM” who actually isn’t a secret but rather non-existent. Delusional women will say they’re trying to be low but in the same sentence promote their “HIM.” If you wanna ‘Jay & Beyonce’ your relationship cool, but don’t be all on social networks telling us what you and “HIM” is doing then try to keep “HIM” a secret. “HIM” is only real as much as you promo “HIM,” the more you refer to “HIM” the less likely he is actually real and/or how happy you really are about it.
Women will one day realize that creating a new boo to make your old boo jealous will only leave them aggy in the end. Men don’t bow out fast we just realize fighting against “HIM” we can’t win. Everything “HIM” does is perfect because he is a perfectly built lie in a beautiful imagination (see Night Of The Living “HIM” III http://bit.ly/HL5o3F ).
Men stand no chance going up against a force designed to win. “HIM” is only created to make you angry so how can you win against that? That’s like bringing a picture of a knife to a gun fight.
Soon women will come to terms with the idea that if you want someone, be with them. Jealousy is actually counter-productive in getting your man to do as you please, he’d rather take his chances with hoping you realize you love him than compete.
BATTLE OF THE SEXES [Night Of The Living “Him” Part III]
The idea of faking a boo to make others jealous or to create the illusion that you’re out on the town doing something when your actually home doing nothing seemed like a good idea right? The pioneer of the “HIM” movement set out with
good intentions of letting others know she has somebody who does whatever, whenever and however she wants. “HIM” is on call at all times, he always has money, never works and strangely he’s never tired. On the surface the idea and creation of “HIM” seemed harmless but what most women don’t know is, “HIM” has set the bar to unmatchable expectations, he has made it impossible to be a good boyfriend to women who stupidly believe in this urban myth of “HIM.”
Women in real relationships are strangely jealous of her friend and “HIM,” never mind the logic reasoning of why their homegirl is using “HIM,” all she cares about is the two of them always being out. Men feel the pressure; how can you compete with a ‘make-believe’ person? The pretend existence of “HIM” puts a strain on real couples. You’re tired? You have to work tomorrow? You have to help your grandmother do what!? She doesn’t care, she does not want to hear it and she’s not impressed. Why? Because her friend’s “HIM” is always on deck, he always puts her first and if he can make time to do everything so should you. Right?
In general, what most women will never understand is people put out what they want others to know. The secret competitive world of females is a constant battle to see whose love life is more exciting. “HIM” can and will always outdo a real life boo because “HIM” is rich yet never works, he has no real life responsibilities and he does everything right, every time, all the time. Men in real relationships are put under the microscope for not being as good as “HIM.”
The problem with “HIM” is once created he has to keep up appearances in the creators life. Right? Some men believe women use the word “HIM” rather than a name, because “HIM” can be substituted with any dudes name. Women who use “HIM” may be perceived as being a hoe by most men, the assumption is that the names change so much she creates “HIM” to avoid the
hoe title. So are you REALLY sure you want to be laying in bed with “HIM”?
Between fairy tale competition and fighting a battle impossible to win against “HIM,” the nonsense has to stop. If you’re lonely and/or delusional do it on your own time. “HIM” has served its purpose, many people are now on to what “HIM” stands for, so drinks with “HIM” is no longer impressive, it’s actually hurting another relationship.
BATTLE OF THE SEXES [Night Of The Living “Him” Part II]
The secret competitive world of relationships; often stated, never seen and possibly never real. The ideal creation and/or reason to have a “HIM” is to outdo, outshine and seemingly out sexy the ‘opposed’ competition. Many females are so competitive towards friends, self appointed haters and ladies in real relationships that they feel the need to toss the “HIM” grenade at all possibly times. ‘Drinks with “HIM” later…’ is the most updated occurrence in our now delusional social networking world.
The creation of “HIM” is often to taunt an ex-lover, seek attention from who you really want, kill your competition and/or avoid the reality of your loneliness.
Dream it into reality and speak it into existence, but the problem with “HIM” is a unreal expectation of what you’d normally get and/or experience. Whether females are aware of it, males pay attention, the attention most females seem to get from “HIM” is far greater than what we’re willing to give. A male will often think to himself ‘If this “HIM” has time to work, take care of responsibilities and still be out drinking, electric sliding and entertaining every night how can I compete with that?’
Most women have unknowingly set their self up for failure with the creation of this “HIM” because no man will ever feel the need to compete with it.
“HIM” relationships offer nothing but upset for a female. The creation of “HIM” is actually causing more harm rather than solving a problem. Females in real relationships don’t feel the need to call their boo a “HIM” because they’ve invested too much time into that person to hide it. If they feel the need to not share information on who their man is, they will saying NOTHING.
Claiming to call your new boo “HIM” out of wanting to keep your business private is a contradiction within itself. Rather than calling your secret “HIM” to avoid nosey people, wouldn’t it make more sense to say nothing?
The idea of keeping your business to yourself does not mean give it a AKA of “HIM” that’s doing more damage than the actual name of who he really is. The love interest who’s attention your really seeking has paid attention to your “HIM” claims and may feel inferior for not being able to make you as happy as “HIM” does.
Be careful, because that relationship you created to draw attention may be the reason your still single, lonely and getting NO attention.
BATTLE OF THE SEXES [Night Of The Living “Him”]
Webster’s dictionary defines “him” as male and/or in reference to a male, but the beautiful (ahem…and sometime lonely) women of the cyber world have turned “HIM” into a person they’re in a “relationship” with. Social networking powered by delusion; gave birth to “HIM.”
The power to update a status of what you’re doing or will be doing with “HIM” has destroyed some female’s brain cells because most times a reference to being with this “HIM” is made up.
Most females are in a secret competition with one another, where the game is to show others how poppin’ her and “HIM” is. Females feel the need to out do each other with the affection of their boo and/or the amount of things they do together. If a female is out, she loves to tell others, mainly other females, what her and her man is doing. The problem is, most females don’t have a boo to be the real “him” so the logical explanation is to create one, therefore controlling “HIM.”
With a created “HIM” you will never have problems and you two can be doing whatever you want, when you want, while in reality your home under the covers with a scarf on.
Females in ‘real’ relationships give “him” a name, why? Because females in real relationships are always with that “HIM,” there is not need to give your ‘real’ boo the “HIM” title.
The difference between keeping your relationship to yourself vs. being with “HIM” is, if you’re ‘in a relationship’ that you want to keep yourself you say NOTHING, no reference to ‘him’ at all. Females in “HIM” relationships will tell you every single thing ‘him’ and her do, they give ‘him’ more airtime than a real previous boo because they control what she and this fictional person do together.
“HIM” is possibly the best lover ever created, he only exists in ‘happy’ times. He doesn’t talk back nor does he ever curve you to do other things. “HIM” usually exists only on the weekends or when others are not around.
Beware of people who promote “HIM” as they’re boo they’re capable of telling you anything to seem popping.