Friday, May 30, 2008

Real Talk With Magic

Today on real talk with Magic we're going to discuss:

Dudes That Cry

First and foremost: Is there a time for dudes to cry? Yes. Now that we've gotten that out of the way, lets continue. I'm watching Maury Povich, (Which you should only do if you want to see how low life can go) and this chickadilla (pronounced with the "lya" Spanish sound) is on stage telling Maury in graphic detail about how she cheated on her man. Looks and accent aside she looked like a decent humanoid form. This dude comes out on stage, crying already. What! Come on man...where are your Kahoonaz? She didn't even tell you the bad news yet...He probably thought maury was going to ask him if it was a man or a woman...that would of made me cry too.

I flip the channel

Soap Opera's Dum Dum Dum! Watching soap operas would really have you believe that if you were to ever come upon some money in your life you should be on the look out for psychopathic ex boyfriends and long lost evil twin siblings, okay. It's not trash but its garbage. Anyway, I flip to this dude on his knees sobbing begging this girl not to go...

I flip the channel "one mo agin"

And who but, Enrique no mole Inglesias on the screen crooning and crying in some music video. No I don't know the name of it, I turned the T.V. OFF!

Man! Can I get a little testosterone? No wonder Mike's Hard Lemonade is calling us a world that's gone soft? Like I said is there a time to cry: yes? But there is also a time to man up. I think in our complaint driven society we're giving men too much "it's okay to be sad and not handle your business" and not enough tough love. When I used to sprain my ankle my brothers told me to walk it off. When I would scrape my knee open my dad would throw salt in it and say buck up and buckle down. Geez Louise.

I dislike dudes that cry all the time

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1 comment:

Ashley said...

watching tv these days is a dismal experience you must not go in with any legit expectations....especially if it's in the middle of the day cuz they don't think we're watching