Monday, November 22, 2010

Morning Mail - 11.22.10

Narrator: This is a story of boy meets girl. The boy, Tom Hansen of Margate, New Jersey, grew up believing that he'd never truly be happy until the day he met the one. This belief stemmed from early exposure to sad British pop music and a total mis-reading of the movie 'The Graduate'. The girl, Summer Finn of Shinnecock, Michigan, did not share this belief. Since the disintegration of her parent's marriage she'd only love two things. The first was her long dark hair. The second was how easily she could cut it off and not feel a thing. Tom meets Summer on January 8th. He knows almost immediately she is who he has been searching for. This is a story of boy meets girl, but you should know upfront, this is not a love story.

Narrator: There's only two kinds of people in the world. There's women, and there's men. Summer Finn was a woman.
(Source: 500 Days of Summer)

There’s a post that I’ll never post because you know what, I just can’t stand to explain to women something men keep under wraps. Any man who claims he’s never had his feelings hurt by a woman is either lying, or he’s not the type of guy you ever want to be in a relationship with.

I referenced Dexter last week, (new episode was the BOMB dot COM), but you know one of the things that Dexter struggles with is a lack of emotion. Can you imagine how to teach your children how to deal with pain if you’ve never experienced it? If you’ve never rode a bike, how do you know how to teach your son how to ride his bike? So that’s why I think that every man has to understand heartache in order to be a better man. Those people who go around saying; “I’ve never been cheated on,” “I’ve never been dumped,” or “I don’t love these hoes.” Those are the men who are not winning in life, it’s just not possible.

And on the real, a lot of dudes never surprise me with the caliber of women they end up dating. I’m just like… yeah you might never “simp” and you ain’t “tricking” and all types of things that you consider to be soft and whatnot, but I look at the caliber of women that you are pulling and I’m like, “Ennn, I guess so.”

So you reply to me, “My chick got a fat ass. I stay f*cking bad b*tches”

Yes, because that’s what’s important. You know how I can tell you’re full of shit, because I’ve never once referred to a woman I even remotely care about as a b*tch. I have this rule, I elevate my women so that my peoples will respect her, therefore, they will be like, “Damn, Jay is really doing something.”

Now why would I respect your chick if you say, “I stay f*cking bad b*tches”?

Anyway, if you look at Tiger Woods he’s a great golfer, because he limits his mistakes… on the golf course. He has made all the shots and all the mistakes. And the experience makes him better for it. I’ve had some really bad relationships, some of them were my fault, and sometimes I had to admit that it wasn’t my fault. Accepting failure in a relationship might be the hardest thing you ever will have to do. I’d like to think that those experiences help me to be great now. Or at least I don’t make all those same mistakes, and I don’t want anyone to feel what I have felt in the past.

Life is good. God is good.

1 comment:

SaneN85 said...

*Starts thinking of all the "men" I could forward this post to.*