That Seems Like A Lot

I was trying to make plans with a guy I’m friends with and he said he couldn’t go with me because his girlfriend would “castrate” him.

So I sort of understand this, but at the same time I don’t.

I understand that if you’re in a relationship that there is the perception problem. It’s bad optics if your man is out with another girl or vice versa.

However, I’ve known this guy for like 15 years.

At this juncture I  would have already fucked him if I wanted to, I haven’t.

If I was trying to be serious with him I would have already made a play. No interest.

So obviously there is nothing sexual going on, so do my years of friendship get negated simply because I have a pussy?

If I had a dick I could chill with him to my heart’s content? What if I identify as having a cock, do I get a pass?

I’m also sort of annoyed that he can’t tell her there’s nothing to be worried about. Why is he with somebody so psycho?

I’m old, washed up and obsolete which basically means everybody I know is married or in a relationship. So now I can’t hang out with them?

Or even worse, only see them if they are with their significant other.

I can’t make new friends. I’m only with my old friends because they’ve been grandfathered into my life at this point.

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Summer Blockbusters, Allegedly 8.23.2019

Lets take a look at this week’s releases as per Rotten Tomatoes:

Angel Has Fallen(2019)
First it was Olympus, and then it was London, and now it’s Angel. Gerard Butler returns as Secret Service agent Mike Banning, who is accused of a presidential assassination attempt and must clear his name.
Starring: Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman, Jada Pinkett Smith, Lance Reddick
Directed By: Ric Roman Waugh
Ruth’s Review: I am most shocked that Gerard Butler is still landing leading roles. I just watched him in Hunter Killer. Amazing, only in America!
Overcomer(2019)
This faith-based inspirational sports drama follows a high school basketball coach-turned-cross-country coach who makes it his mission to help a young athlete achieve her dreams.
Starring: Alex Kendrick, Priscilla C. Shirer, Shari Rigby, Cameron Arnett
Directed By: Alex Kendrick
Ruth’s Review: I don’t want God to smite me because I am a person of faith and a believer, but this movie sounds like a solid argument for atheism.
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Spit It Out Already

The other day I was texting with my buddy who I have not seen in a while.

I wanted to know if he wanted to go do something later in the week.

He responded but then added a little gem. He wrote, “I ran into your buddy (insert name) a few weeks ago.”

First of all, he was being facetious about the “buddy” part. The guy he was referencing is somebody from a long time ago that I could not stand.

Second, I have not thought about that character in ages.

Lastly, I don’t have animosity for that idiot, I just don’t care for him at this point.

Quite frankly, I feel the need to reassess my friendship with the dude who text me that. He’s like a fucking yenta.

What did he want my response to be? I completely ignored it.

Was he thinking I would give a shit? I don’t care about that discarded loser. I do care about my current friend being lame as fuck like an old housewife.

I can’t wait till I see him to bash him for his bitch-like nonsense.

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