You know what, I just read my last post and I needed to defend myself (from myself). The blog name is going back to its original title. I’m not a douchebag. I call myself a douchebag as a defense tactic so it hurts less when other people say or think it. I use the “Eminem/ 8-mile method” of self-deprecation to be more likable but I need to stop. It’s phony. I’m a good fucking dude. I’m a good dude with integrity. I think the byproduct of having integrity is scary because sticking to your guns is uncomfortable at times- especially for other people. I’m a dude with strict boundaries and if you cross a boundary, I’ll let you know about it. Anyone who’s ever called me a douchebag or an asshole usually ended up exhibiting the same symptoms of assholishness they previously diagnosed me with. Sure, I’ve been a dick before but who hasn’t? I’ve learned from my mistakes and I’ve taken those lessons to heart as I interact with people on a daily basis. I’m not perfect but I try every day to make people feel good. I don’t do it for altruistic reasons but that doesn’t make me a douchebag. Making other people feel better makes me feel better and I don’t see a problem with that. You can call me a cynic, you can call me scatterbrained (because well, obviously) but I’m done entertaining the fact that I’m a bad dude.
P.S.- I’m only three posts in and I already see a trend in my writing. It starts out decent and then trails off because I lose interest and/or focus. It’s still early in this experiment but I’m already over talking about me. I think tomorrow I’ll try something even more abstract and not as self absorbed. Thanks for reading. I love you.
Sorry 4 The Wait but Sing Song Sundee has returned! Da Drought is over and the hot boys come with HAWT bars. Zack may not be The Best Rapper Alive but he comes out swinging with heavy dick talk as Dean plots his financial Rebirth. Like Father, Like Son, the guys play toss with their words in an an effort to blow the roof off of the studio, No Ceilings! Alright, I give up. There are only so many Lil’ Wayne albums you can use in a sentence. Please like, share, subscribe and as always, Stay Relatable!
Take 19 is the longest episode recorded yet. It introduces us to a good friend of The Relatables, Jarrell Jones. He’s a young man who shares some of the experiences that shaped him to be the man he is today. From how he came to be called “Boosie” to some of the toughest times in his life, the guys join him through a journey of girls, jail, religion and even marriage. They talk about the best place to meet women and The Relatables try to explain to Jarrell the art of the “Rush and Tuck”. Keep Makin’ Plays and Stay Relatable!
Lil Boosie – Mind of a Maniac
Lil Boosie – Goin Thru Some Things
Lil Boosie – Devils
Lil Boosie – My Struggle
Lil Boosie – Undeniable Talent
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