Because two of BlackAmerica’s most beautiful icons, loved by millions with millions in the bank, in the end, died alone with lethal doses of prescription medicine in them. Not coke, not crack, not heroin. Someone PRESCRIBED them drugs. For the pain they were in.
This business is not a joke, folks & I’m WOKE.
Rest in peace and power, Mike and Whitney. We love you truly and thank you for the music and impact on our LIVES. We remember you forever.
Hypothetical question. Say you were a "writer," and you have material in which the dialogue is ebonically written, while the narrative/prose is articulate and worded with a vocabulary that's, let say, beyond basic. And one day someone, who doesn't relate to the subject matter, points out the difference between the narrative and dialogue, saying it's "Jarring." Suggests it should be "pared down" to the level of the dialogue. Is that sound advice or pompous fuckery?
So... I am 23 years old, male, and I have never been in a relationship. I don't know whether it was just me or what... but could you offer some advice on how I should approach women?
it’s important that you surround yourself around women with similar interests as yourself. when you’re in the company of like’minded women, you’ll have better chances of getting a few phone numbers and actually hitting it off with some chicks. talking to women isn’t hard, it’s just all in your approach. most of us can sense pure bullshit so just be yourself and be honest. let the conversation flow naturally, dont force anything — because if it’s there, then it’s natural. we call that chemistry….if it’s not there, you don’t wanna waste your time or hers fumbling over awkward chatter. lastly, dont take rejection personally. you kinda cant…because if someone flat out rejects you upon first meeting you, then they obviously don’t know you well enough for the rejection to even BE personal. so just suck it up and keep it movin. on to the next one…you’ll find her.
I asked my girl to make that "Grown-Up Bacon Mac & Cheese " and it was amazing. Your website is gonna be her bible as long as we're together lol. You need your own show. And it does taste good the next day.. and the one after that too lmao
lol that’s wassup. she’s keepin your balls empty and your stomach full, so that’s awesome. enjoy.
25 y.o. virgin again. Thanks for answering. Saw some people laugh at my question so just wanted to offer an explanation for why I waited this long. Thought I met my "soul mate." We agreed to wait til marriage but did oral to each other. Broke up after 4 years and now I'm tired of waiting. I'm still in love with him though so it sucks + I'm picky. Pathetic, I know!
ok look, i dont wanna come off like i’m trying to suggest you live your life any differently than you’re doing now, but i need to give you a bit of advice…you don’t have to take it, but at least hear me out.
first, you’ll have to give yourself time to get over him. dont jump into somebody else’s lap til you’re emotionally secure enough to truly move on.
second, yall were together in a sexless relationship for FOUR years. do you even realize the amount of blueballs that poor guy must have had lol. like, thats crazy. four years, and yall are young, both your hormones are raging at this age. was he a virgin too? even if he was, being around a woman he loved all day long for four years but couldnt penetrate probably drove him batshit. thats torture. i understand wanting to wait until you’re married, you have that right. but sometimes in life, you have to be able to separate sex and love, cuz they dont always go together.. and sex doesn’t automatically “keep” a man around. sex is ALWAYS better with someone you love and have amazing sexual chemistry with. but sometimes, sex is just sex. sometimes it’s just about the nut, the experience, the lust, and carnal nature of it all. if you’re the type to put your heart, soul and total worth into your vagina for every single dude you smash, you will find yourself hurt and jaded later in life. sex doesn’t automatically mean someone loves you back, so you really shouldn’t put so much of your romantic hopes and dreams into your twatbox. i’m not suggesting you become an emotionless slutbag tho lol. i’m just saying, from a woman who’s had plenty of great sex — you soon get over that "wait til marriage" shit, because finding out who you are and what you require sexually is so important for future relationships.
sometimes you’re just FLAT OUT horny and want a dude on top of you diggin u out, then you want him gone when it’s over lol. as a virgin, you’ll probably suffer from performance anxiety — most virgins do and thats why a lot of virgins stay virgins, they’re so damn scared of that first fuck. they’re nervous they wont please their partner, they are so caught up in "am i doing it right" that they just dont enjoy the moment. it’s sex, you’ll figure it out lol.
sex should be taken seriously in the aspect that you’re being safe and responsible at all times, but it shouldn’t be used to determine or define anyone’s amount of love for you. there are people you make love to, and there are people you fuck. there will be guys out there who will want to fuck you because of what you look like and there are guys who’ll want to make love to you because of who you are as a person. its your job to develop the basic social skills needed to determine a guy’s true character and learn what he’s really after, otherwise you’ll fall for bullshit. don’t let loneliness cloud your judgement. there are some women out there who will fuck a guy they barely know and swear they’re in love, and the guy is just like "well shit, i just wanted some ass". you’ll always be able to tell if a guy really likes you foreal foreal aside from the physical. its ok to make him wait a reasonable amount of time if you’re the relationship type or simply like to take things slower. if he’s a real man, he’ll respect you for it. if not, you don’t want him anyway. take control over your vagina…
if you’ve got great chemistry with a guy, great sex is bound to happen. it’s a natural vibe you cannot force — it just happens. and even if things are going well for a while, they can eventually not go well. thats life, and thats how we grow in relationships to learn about ourselves and what we can and cannot deal with. sometimes shit just doesn’t work out, then what, u gonna be mad cuz you let him hit? suck it up, take the L and learn from it. too many people jump into relationships nervously anticipating the end of it instead of just enjoying their partner and having fun growing together.
as far as this guy you’re not over, life is too damn short to be stressin over a guy who’s probably not thinking about you anyway and is probably out there fuckin other chicks. (not to sound mean, but i’m just being honest).
so your best bet is to live your life, be free, be safe, and ride some damn dick already.