Every dog story has a bitch
Yesterday I wrote about what a dog some men could be and yes, I hear a lot of those stories but to be fair I've also heard a lot of stories about women being the bitch.
I have many male friends out there that tell me they did everything right, they were a great guy yet their hearts were stomped on, time and time again.
I heard a story about a guy with 3 young kids who was married for years. One day he wakes up and finds a note and she was gone, no warning nothing, she just walks out and leaves him with the kids and never looks back.
Men in marriages for decades, seemingly thinking everything was fine when all of a sudden their wives wake up one day and say they want a divorce, just like that.
I even know some women who make sure they have another man in the wings before they leave the relationship they are in because they can't be alone.
I've had friends say they did it all, worked, came home cooked, took the kids to games, did the homework, cleaned the house, all while their women did nothing.
(Hell, where were these men when I was looking?)
I had lots of jappy friends when I was married who whole "careers" were to marry rich, get their nails and hair done and lunch, then shop with their friends.
(I obviously married the wrong Jewish guy Wtf?
Or I just wasn't a good enough jew back then to know better)
Okay to all you politically correct pansies out there,
I converted so I can say this... bite me!
Back to the stories... Yes, there are some great guys out there and some crazy, ungrateful women who just use them.
I get that there is two sides to every story and then there is the truth.
Do I feel like all men are dogs? Absolutely not, just like I don't think all women are bitches.
Its the same reason why I am not racist about religion, color or sexual orientation, there are good and bad in all of us.That doesn't mean its everyone, that a whole group should be crucified for the wrong doings of one or some.
So today my friends, I am here to tell you that yes, men can be dogs but so can we. So let's not judge the next person by the sins of the previous one.
Let's love one another, open our hearts and take another chance, no matter how many times we've been hurt because living life without love is not living at all.
"Be the change you want to see"
"And just when the caterpillar thought his life over...he turned into a beautiful butterfly"
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