Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Side Chick, Side Wife, GIRL, Get Your Life!

"Food for the body is not enough. There must be food for the soul."

All points bulletin for the main girl. When and where have the idea of being the one and only disappear? There seems to be a lot of confusion lately. Cheating and side pieces have been going on probably as long as relationships have been in existence. This fact should not make it acceptable to glorify the girl on the side. Note that many men are okay with playing 2nd as well. Either way we need to put a stop to it. In a perfect world, your partner would be unable to coerce someone to play second fiddle. Unfortunately, this is not the case and women are desperately battling to be 3rd and even 4th. Why set the bar so high? 

Maybe it's just me but I long for the days when the sideline hoe knew her place. Thanks to reality and prime time tv the side-chick is mainstream and bucking for first place. But as the saying goes never turn a hoe into a housewife. By positioning yourself on the side means that that is exactly where you'll be...on the side. You are not next in line. You have your position which is to play the sideline and pick up the crumbs that fall off of his plate. However, if you have the misfortune of becoming #1 it is only because he has already lined up a #2 to fill your vacancy. It is a nasty cycle, one that I refuse to partake. 
Just know that you do not want to be considered a "THOT". Per the urban dictionary the word THOT is defined as a hoe. Thank you as we would be lost without the urban dictionary. We must stay on top of all the new urban vernacular.  

Note that many women have played second knowingly or unbeknownst to them. NO judgement but, you should regard yourself much higher than 2nd best. People will treat you the way you allow them to. Try it out. Make him work for it because you are worth the #1 slot. If the tables were turned the likelihood of a self-respecting man subjecting himself to the sideline is slim to none.

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