iight so we are getting the hang of how this blogspot jump off works right.
Today I'm recovering from a serious hang over (because we all know that slizzy drinks way too much). The not so obvious upside to being in a drunken state is your way more open minded, and sudden revelations start to materialize as your reflecting. I am a firm believer in the first thing that you say out of your mouth is always going to have the most truth in it (right Sue??). So I recently had a fall out with my homie...and I want y'all opinion on this. We are the in-crowd and how cool would it be to be apart of the team. You get in all the hot spots in town no line no cover vip all the way, get all the hot chicks and we are the life of every party. This awesome display of public camaraderie that we have is extremely rare to find now a days. That being said we keep a very close knit circle and rarely embrace outsiders (I know at this point we sound borderline cult-ish). So one of the grass root members of the team decides to introduce new faces to the team with out actually introducing them. At this point I'm kinda put off to be hanging with complete strangers. We have a procedure as men right?? this is how it goes....
insider - "yo Tai this my man back stab, back stab this my man Tai", Tai - "word that what it is, iight well if this your man then back stab you my mans, you got any problems I'm here". Perfect text pantomime (I know!!!!!!). So my dude ends up leaving the club for the night and leaves behind two of these strangers. They end up getting into a two on 25 fight in front of the club and get tossed up (by the way that's the funniest expression i ever heard). Now we get involved in this scuffle and the insider is no where to be found. Am i now wrong for feeling like this strangers aren't my responsibility???