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two reasons why men are “better” at friendship than women are

one of my favorite educated guesses is the fact that, if you were to poll both genders about their “closest friends”, at least 25-30 percent of the women would probably name a man, while maybe 5-6 percent of the men would name a woman. although i have absolutely no statistical data to back me up, i’m completely sure that this is true, mainly because of the commonly held notion that men make better friends than women do.

as you’ve probably inferred, i happen to agree with this, but i’ve always wondered why it’s true. what exactly is it that makes a typical man better at friendship than a typical women would be?

today, in typical extraordinarily sexxxy vsb.com fashion, we’ll examine two reasons why men are “better” at friendship than women are.

1. sports

while it’s true that many men use sports as a bonding activity and/or entertainment venue, it’s main purpose is to serve as a completely subtle and in-depth subconscious character study. you see, the way a guy approaches sports usually provides a snapshot of his entire life.

***note. this also applies to women who have been involved in organized sports at some level. the female athlete’s i’ve known have all seemed to have healthier friendships than the “typical” woman***

if he’s been a die-hard fan of a team since childhood, he’s probably loyal to a fault (and also a bit stubborn). the basketball court ball-hog who’s pissing off all of his teammates by attempting all of the latest and-1 tricks during the games at the park is undoubtedly an immature assh*le who can’t be trusted, but you’d happily introduce your sister to the cat who never calls fouls and tries to get everyone involved (unless, of course, its jason kidd). if his favorite players are flashy, yet cancerous losers like t.o. or starbury, then you can assume that he’s lacking in the character department and is probably a diva dude in disguise.

also…

play fair. pass to the open man. take one for the team. compete your heart out, and shake hands afterwards. guard your man. pay attention. listen to your coach. don’t let the crowd distract you. play your position. know your role.

…many of the tenets learned through sports mimic the qualities most people value in a close friend.

the culture of sports provides a fool-proof character building, character testing, character challenging, and character evaluating process. there’s no equivalent for women, no analogous process that gives them the same test, a fact which gives many men an inherent edge on women when it comes to picking and being close friends.

2. men understand anthropology

why, you ask, is an understanding of anthropology important when discussing men and friendship? what does the “study of humanity” have do to with why guys make better friends than women do?

well, since anthropology is the study of humanity, and since a person well-versed in the study of humanity is somewhat familiar with recent population statistics, a man with a solid understanding of anthropology realizes that theres roughly 3.5 billion female humans on the planet.

basically, there’s enough ***insert crude euphemism for “vagina*** to go around, so there’s no use in sharing it…especially if its already been “tainted” by someone in our immediate circle.

we also understand that, in order to keep the population growing, we need to keep having sex. (preferably) with women. because we understand anthropology, we dont take it personally when one of our friends ditches us for a woman. in fact, we encourage and applaud it. we like the earth, and we want it to continue and sh*t.

hmmm. this all sounds about right to me. damn, it kind of sucks being right all of the time.

**actually, to be honest, it doesn’t suck. not at all.  i just couldn’t think of anything else to conclude the entry**

—the champ

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Damon Young

Damon Young is the editor-in-chief of VSB. He is also a contributing editor for EBONY.com. He lives in Pittsburgh, and he really likes pancakes. Reach him at damon@verysmartbrothas.com. Or don't.

  • http://myspace.com/shatani shatani

    woohoo! im first! wait, lemme check…

    • http://myspace.com/shatani shatani

      @shatani,

      yay! i totally was first! lmao….

      anywho…i so feel you on the anthropology thing though. i generally try not to feel some kinda way about being ditched by my girl for her manfriend…but its hard for me! (thats what she said) i dont mind if you turn down a plan, but dont ditch once we have them!

      • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

        @shatani,

        i generally try not to feel some kinda way about being ditched by my girl for her manfriend…but its hard for me! (thats what she said) i dont mind if you turn down a plan, but dont ditch once we have them!

        so basically, you dont care about the planet?

        • http://myspace.com/shatani shatani

          @The Champ,

          pretty much.

        • http://myspace.com/shatani shatani

          @The Champ,

          pretty much.

      • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

        @shatani,

        i generally try not to feel some kinda way about being ditched by my girl for her manfriend…but its hard for me! (thats what she said) i dont mind if you turn down a plan, but dont ditch once we have them!

        so basically, you dont care about the planet?

    • http://myspace.com/shatani shatani

      @shatani,

      yay! i totally was first! lmao….

      anywho…i so feel you on the anthropology thing though. i generally try not to feel some kinda way about being ditched by my girl for her manfriend…but its hard for me! (thats what she said) i dont mind if you turn down a plan, but dont ditch once we have them!

    • http://lostwomanchild.blogspot.com blackberry molasses

      @shatani,

      to the Sat Down corner…. NOW.

    • http://lostwomanchild.blogspot.com blackberry molasses

      @shatani,

      to the Sat Down corner…. NOW.

    • http://www.myspace.com/shay_d_lady79 Shay-d-lady

      @shatani, Hi FIVE! LOL

    • http://www.myspace.com/shay_d_lady79 Shay-d-lady

      @shatani, Hi FIVE! LOL

    • http://liffy.blogspot.com Luvvie

      @shatani,

      Yeah so do you want me to FedEx you your “Go SAT DOWN link card or is UPS better?

    • http://liffy.blogspot.com Luvvie

      @shatani,

      Yeah so do you want me to FedEx you your “Go SAT DOWN link card or is UPS better?

  • http://myspace.com/shatani shatani

    woohoo! im first! wait, lemme check…

  • http://myspace.com/shatani shatani

    and dont think i didnt catch that ear remark, punk!

  • http://myspace.com/shatani shatani

    and dont think i didnt catch that ear remark, punk!

  • Leila

    I can’t argue with this post. Guys tend to make better friends. I have a close group of female friends and love them to death, but in general I tend to get along better with guys. They don’t take things as personally, listen better, are more loyal, and there’s less cattiness. I’ve lost a few female friends over stupid fights and to this day, I have no idea what we even fought over.

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

      @Leila,

      I’ve lost a few female friends over stupid fights and to this day, I have no idea what we even fought over.

      it wasn’t jim jones, was it?

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

      @Leila,

      I’ve lost a few female friends over stupid fights and to this day, I have no idea what we even fought over.

      it wasn’t jim jones, was it?

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

      @Leila, i had an ex who quit talking to her friend b/c her friend asked ME to go to the mall with her. all of a sudden her friend became suspect and had ulterior motives.

      needless to say, me and the ex broke up and i still talk to the friend. lol. chicks are weird. the lines in the sand are moving targets.

      • GEMiniscing…

        a girl friend of your gf, who was not already YOUR friend to begin with, has NO business asking you to go to the mall with her. alone. that’s ridiculous, inappropriate and blatantly outta order in the court. if she were my friend, we likely wouldn’t be friends anymore either. cuz that’s some BS. and as a grown woman, i do not keep close friends who are line crossers and boundary breakers.

        • SouthernGirl

          @GEMiniscing…, hello! i’m sayin’…. i need more info cause if you didn’t know ‘ol girl already then gem is right. i wish a heffa would…

        • SouthernGirl

          @GEMiniscing…, hello! i’m sayin’…. i need more info cause if you didn’t know ‘ol girl already then gem is right. i wish a heffa would…

        • http://liffy.blogspot.com Luvvie

          @GEMiniscing…,

          LMAO!! Did I miss something?? Was this an invitation to the MALL or did “mall” mean “dominatrix boudoir”?

          Damn!

          • GEMiniscing…

            i mean, WHY on earth would you just up and ask your friend’s man to hang out with you?!?!?! there’s NO ONE else?!?! you’re that lonely and friendless that you can find no one else but your friend’s bf to go to the mall with?? come on now!!

            spending QT with your friend’s man is NOT appropriate. regardless if it’s to get an Inn & Out burger and fries, going to the mall, or “hanging” out at your apt where the only tv is conveniently located in your room. there’s NO good reason for alone time to be spent with another woman’s man, who wasn’t previously your friend to begin with. now, if homegirl and dude were friends 1st, then this might (key word: might) be a different story. otherwise, it’s NOT ok for any reason.

            • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

              @GEMiniscing…, perhaps i left out a few other details. for one, her friend and i were actual friends before me and her even got together. they just knew eachother longer from school, but when her friend and i both moved to DC at the same time after college (and before me and the ex even got together) and had been hanging out for a while…it aint like she just randomly was like, “well i’m not doing anything, what’s your man doing”.

              also, we were all supposed to get up later that day (my ex had to go do something with her family before we all – including the friend – went to dinner later). it was a more, let’s kill time before we all get back up in a few hours thing anyway.

              to recap: me and the friend had a history, independent of the ex. a harmless, we’re homies. before the ex and i even got together.

              either way, the ex was SO pissed at this, she cancelled the evening’s hangout event and stopped talking to the friend wholesale. like to this day, the friend told me she saw her at a wedding in B-more last month and she still refused to speak to her.

              this all happened in 2002.

              now maybe, including all that additional info that i probably should have added in the first place, i’m being a little shortsighted, but man…that was some little stuff in my book.

              but above all else, why exactly shouldn’t your bf and bff ever hang out? assuming they’re both going ot be in your life, presumably forever, why wouldn’t you want your close friends to be friends too?

              ALL of my girlfriends have gotten to know my boys. hell some of my ex’s hang out with my friends STILL.

              just asking.

              • SouthernGirl

                @Panama Jackson, ok, that’s better. you can’t go calling folks out in the story and not give the details and sh!t.

              • SouthernGirl

                @Panama Jackson, ok, that’s better. you can’t go calling folks out in the story and not give the details and sh!t.

              • Leila

                @Panama Jackson, She immediately cut her off? She has trust issues. I’m not in a relationship now, but I’ve become friends with all of my ex’s friends and vice-versa. It’s one thing if she invited you her home late at night, but the mall? I used to live in VA and i”m not even sure if Landmark Mall should even count as a mall lol.

              • Leila

                @Panama Jackson, She immediately cut her off? She has trust issues. I’m not in a relationship now, but I’ve become friends with all of my ex’s friends and vice-versa. It’s one thing if she invited you her home late at night, but the mall? I used to live in VA and i”m not even sure if Landmark Mall should even count as a mall lol.

            • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

              @GEMiniscing…, perhaps i left out a few other details. for one, her friend and i were actual friends before me and her even got together. they just knew eachother longer from school, but when her friend and i both moved to DC at the same time after college (and before me and the ex even got together) and had been hanging out for a while…it aint like she just randomly was like, “well i’m not doing anything, what’s your man doing”.

              also, we were all supposed to get up later that day (my ex had to go do something with her family before we all – including the friend – went to dinner later). it was a more, let’s kill time before we all get back up in a few hours thing anyway.

              to recap: me and the friend had a history, independent of the ex. a harmless, we’re homies. before the ex and i even got together.

              either way, the ex was SO pissed at this, she cancelled the evening’s hangout event and stopped talking to the friend wholesale. like to this day, the friend told me she saw her at a wedding in B-more last month and she still refused to speak to her.

              this all happened in 2002.

              now maybe, including all that additional info that i probably should have added in the first place, i’m being a little shortsighted, but man…that was some little stuff in my book.

              but above all else, why exactly shouldn’t your bf and bff ever hang out? assuming they’re both going ot be in your life, presumably forever, why wouldn’t you want your close friends to be friends too?

              ALL of my girlfriends have gotten to know my boys. hell some of my ex’s hang out with my friends STILL.

              just asking.

          • GEMiniscing…

            i mean, WHY on earth would you just up and ask your friend’s man to hang out with you?!?!?! there’s NO ONE else?!?! you’re that lonely and friendless that you can find no one else but your friend’s bf to go to the mall with?? come on now!!

            spending QT with your friend’s man is NOT appropriate. regardless if it’s to get an Inn & Out burger and fries, going to the mall, or “hanging” out at your apt where the only tv is conveniently located in your room. there’s NO good reason for alone time to be spent with another woman’s man, who wasn’t previously your friend to begin with. now, if homegirl and dude were friends 1st, then this might (key word: might) be a different story. otherwise, it’s NOT ok for any reason.

          • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

            @Luvvie, it was totally the mall. as in, Landmark Mall, in Alexandria, VA. which does suck as a mall, but is a mall nonetheless.

          • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

            @Luvvie, it was totally the mall. as in, Landmark Mall, in Alexandria, VA. which does suck as a mall, but is a mall nonetheless.

          • http://freetherapyorelse.blogspot.com Sula In Planning.

            @Luvvie,

            Funny, but true.

          • http://freetherapyorelse.blogspot.com Sula In Planning.

            @Luvvie,

            Funny, but true.

        • http://liffy.blogspot.com Luvvie

          @GEMiniscing…,

          LMAO!! Did I miss something?? Was this an invitation to the MALL or did “mall” mean “dominatrix boudoir”?

          Damn!

      • GEMiniscing…

        a girl friend of your gf, who was not already YOUR friend to begin with, has NO business asking you to go to the mall with her. alone. that’s ridiculous, inappropriate and blatantly outta order in the court. if she were my friend, we likely wouldn’t be friends anymore either. cuz that’s some BS. and as a grown woman, i do not keep close friends who are line crossers and boundary breakers.

      • Nikiloveli

        @Panama Jackson,

        So you’re seriously saying that if your boy asked your gf to go to the mall with him, you wouldn’t hold his ass suspect?

        There is no planet upon which this is acceptable behavior. Flag on the play!

        • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

          @Nikiloveli, y’all got trust issues.

          • http://freetherapyorelse.blogspot.com Sula In Planning.

            @Panama Jackson,

            Me thinks so too.

          • http://freetherapyorelse.blogspot.com Sula In Planning.

            @Panama Jackson,

            Me thinks so too.

        • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

          @Nikiloveli, y’all got trust issues.

      • Nikiloveli

        @Panama Jackson,

        So you’re seriously saying that if your boy asked your gf to go to the mall with him, you wouldn’t hold his ass suspect?

        There is no planet upon which this is acceptable behavior. Flag on the play!

      • V Renee

        @Panama Jackson

        Yeah I’m with the other ladies. I need more info. He.l.l YEAH your ex had every right to stop talking to ol girl.

        The only reason that I can think of where it would be okay for your ex’s friend and you to be out shopping is if you were planning on buying an engagement ring and brought her friend along for her opinion.

        • http://liffy.blogspot.com Luvvie

          @V Renee,

          Yeah all Im sayin is that I need more info b4 I can tell my BFF of 10 years “u invited my man to the mall?? B*TCH forget you ever MET me!!”

        • http://liffy.blogspot.com Luvvie

          @V Renee,

          Yeah all Im sayin is that I need more info b4 I can tell my BFF of 10 years “u invited my man to the mall?? B*TCH forget you ever MET me!!”

      • V Renee

        @Panama Jackson

        Yeah I’m with the other ladies. I need more info. He.l.l YEAH your ex had every right to stop talking to ol girl.

        The only reason that I can think of where it would be okay for your ex’s friend and you to be out shopping is if you were planning on buying an engagement ring and brought her friend along for her opinion.

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

      @Leila, i had an ex who quit talking to her friend b/c her friend asked ME to go to the mall with her. all of a sudden her friend became suspect and had ulterior motives.

      needless to say, me and the ex broke up and i still talk to the friend. lol. chicks are weird. the lines in the sand are moving targets.

    • WestIndianArchie

      @Leila,

      “I’ve lost a few female friends over stupid fights and to this day, I have no idea what we even fought over”

      I’ve lost a few girlfriends over stupid fights and to this day, I have no idea what we even fought over

      • Leila

        @WestIndianArchie, I’m not big on fighting, but if I’m mad about something, then I’ll let the other person know especially a good friend. One friend that I grew up with got in a stupid fight with my sister and immediately stopped talking to me even though I wasn’t involved and said that I wasn’t taking sides. We knew each other for over 15 years and still haven’t talked since then.

      • Leila

        @WestIndianArchie, I’m not big on fighting, but if I’m mad about something, then I’ll let the other person know especially a good friend. One friend that I grew up with got in a stupid fight with my sister and immediately stopped talking to me even though I wasn’t involved and said that I wasn’t taking sides. We knew each other for over 15 years and still haven’t talked since then.

    • WestIndianArchie

      @Leila,

      “I’ve lost a few female friends over stupid fights and to this day, I have no idea what we even fought over”

      I’ve lost a few girlfriends over stupid fights and to this day, I have no idea what we even fought over

  • http://www.myspace.com/shay_d_lady79 Shay-d-lady

    hmmm I am tired and cant think of anything as a rebuttal.. I just want to disagree because I am a dayum good friend! LOL but this aint about me….I guess I agree… grudgingly….shakin head… and if and when I think of something I will be back!@

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

      @Shay-d-lady,

      you didnt od on your prozac last night, did you?

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

      @Shay-d-lady,

      you didnt od on your prozac last night, did you?

  • Leila

    I can’t argue with this post. Guys tend to make better friends. I have a close group of female friends and love them to death, but in general I tend to get along better with guys. They don’t take things as personally, listen better, are more loyal, and there’s less cattiness. I’ve lost a few female friends over stupid fights and to this day, I have no idea what we even fought over.

  • http://www.myspace.com/shay_d_lady79 Shay-d-lady

    hmmm I am tired and cant think of anything as a rebuttal.. I just want to disagree because I am a dayum good friend! LOL but this aint about me….I guess I agree… grudgingly….shakin head… and if and when I think of something I will be back!@

  • http://vodkaandmilk.wordpress.com Sasha Two Pistols

    I tend to agree with this post, although I adore my female friendships, I do have some of the best conversations with one of my best guy friends. I know that I can bring up ANY type of conversation and have a lively discussion about it, without him being like “ewww”, lol! Plus, guys tend to give great no-B.S. advice when it comes to life situations.

    • http://www.myspace.com/shay_d_lady79 Shay-d-lady

      @Sasha Two Pistols, I concur..and I dont have to think of a way to say some thing nicely.. if he did or said something that pi$$ed me off.. I can just tell him and he does the same.. I dont have to be worried I will hurt his feelings and shyt..now to our credit we have been friends a LOOOONG time so that could also play a major part…but then I have a close woman friends and I have been friends with her even longer and I still have to be cautious with her…

      • GEMiniscing…

        i’m the same way– i don’t believe in sugar coating and telling ppl what they want to hear. if you ask me for my advice or opinion, be prepared to hear it in its raw form. i can be warm, em/sym-pathetic, and caring when needed, but i think reality checks are best served cold.

        • http://myspace.com/shatani shatani

          @GEMiniscing…,

          here here! my friends know not to come to me for no sugar-coated BS…im not the one!

        • http://myspace.com/shatani shatani

          @GEMiniscing…,

          here here! my friends know not to come to me for no sugar-coated BS…im not the one!

        • http://www.goodeness.blogspot.com GOODENess

          @GEMiniscing… WORD! I be cashing reality checks up in this muhfugguh!!!!

          • GEMiniscing…

            lmao right! if you just want me to listen, i will. but once you give me permission to give my dos pesos, it’s on and poppin like some corn. i will assault a friend with common sense, tough love and no nonsense.

            • SouthernGirl

              @GEMiniscing…, and that’s how it should be.

            • SouthernGirl

              @GEMiniscing…, and that’s how it should be.

            • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

              @GEMiniscing…,

              “…it’s on and poppin like some corn…”

              obviously you didnt get that “updated, 21st century slang” encyclopedia i sent you, huh?

            • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

              @GEMiniscing…,

              “…it’s on and poppin like some corn…”

              obviously you didnt get that “updated, 21st century slang” encyclopedia i sent you, huh?

          • GEMiniscing…

            lmao right! if you just want me to listen, i will. but once you give me permission to give my dos pesos, it’s on and poppin like some corn. i will assault a friend with common sense, tough love and no nonsense.

        • http://www.goodeness.blogspot.com GOODENess

          @GEMiniscing… WORD! I be cashing reality checks up in this muhfugguh!!!!

      • GEMiniscing…

        i’m the same way– i don’t believe in sugar coating and telling ppl what they want to hear. if you ask me for my advice or opinion, be prepared to hear it in its raw form. i can be warm, em/sym-pathetic, and caring when needed, but i think reality checks are best served cold.

      • http://vodkaandmilk.wordpress.com Sasha Two Pistols

        @Shay-d-lady, I feel the same way. My good guy friend, I’ve know about 2 years, but he’s like a brother to me and I know I can let him know (as i have on many occassions) that’s he’s getting on my nerves, and he doesn’t go run in a corner. He’ll apologize and keep it moving, he doesn’t dwell on it. I don’t have to worry, “is he gonna be my friend after that”. I just think that guys in general are like, cool if you don’t want to be my friend, then ok, no sweat. But us women, we tie EVERYTHING to our emotions, so when someone says “you’re getting on my nerves” we automatically think well this person doesn’t like me anymore. And it could only mean that at that moment you’re bothering them, not all the time.

        I’m think I’m gonna starting “friending” like a man and see how that works out for me. That would be a great experiment, haha!

        • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

          @Sasha Two Pistols, conversely, there’s nothing more annoying than a man who does all the things you just attributed to women’s behavior. i just want to stab those dudes and throw pantyhose at them and tell them to man up.

          • GEMiniscing…

            so you’re saying the way to “man up” is to bleed while wearing pantyhose?? i’m confuseded….

          • GEMiniscing…

            so you’re saying the way to “man up” is to bleed while wearing pantyhose?? i’m confuseded….

        • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

          @Sasha Two Pistols, conversely, there’s nothing more annoying than a man who does all the things you just attributed to women’s behavior. i just want to stab those dudes and throw pantyhose at them and tell them to man up.

      • http://vodkaandmilk.wordpress.com Sasha Two Pistols

        @Shay-d-lady, I feel the same way. My good guy friend, I’ve know about 2 years, but he’s like a brother to me and I know I can let him know (as i have on many occassions) that’s he’s getting on my nerves, and he doesn’t go run in a corner. He’ll apologize and keep it moving, he doesn’t dwell on it. I don’t have to worry, “is he gonna be my friend after that”. I just think that guys in general are like, cool if you don’t want to be my friend, then ok, no sweat. But us women, we tie EVERYTHING to our emotions, so when someone says “you’re getting on my nerves” we automatically think well this person doesn’t like me anymore. And it could only mean that at that moment you’re bothering them, not all the time.

        I’m think I’m gonna starting “friending” like a man and see how that works out for me. That would be a great experiment, haha!

    • http://www.myspace.com/shay_d_lady79 Shay-d-lady

      @Sasha Two Pistols, I concur..and I dont have to think of a way to say some thing nicely.. if he did or said something that pi$$ed me off.. I can just tell him and he does the same.. I dont have to be worried I will hurt his feelings and shyt..now to our credit we have been friends a LOOOONG time so that could also play a major part…but then I have a close woman friends and I have been friends with her even longer and I still have to be cautious with her…

    • Leila

      @Sasha Two Pistols, They give really good advice, no bs and straight to the point.

    • Leila

      @Sasha Two Pistols, They give really good advice, no bs and straight to the point.

    • shay

      @Sasha Two Pistols,
      whats so non-BS about their real talk is not so much how ice cold it is, but more so how unbiased it is; women have a tendency to be jealous of you and some take any opportunity to hurt your feelings just to have that “one up”

      • http://vodkaandmilk.wordpress.com Sasha Two Pistols

        @shay,

        That is so true. It is unbiased. They have a way to look at a situation and give pros and cons. Now I’m not bashing my friendships I have with my girls, I do cherish those. But honestly, the guy friends just come from a different perspective and sometimes you just need someone to tell you like it is, straight up –no bull. And I can appreciate that. And you know its not coming from a mean place, they’re just like check yourself. I appreciate my friends not letting me go out in the world looking like a fool in certain situations, haha.

      • http://vodkaandmilk.wordpress.com Sasha Two Pistols

        @shay,

        That is so true. It is unbiased. They have a way to look at a situation and give pros and cons. Now I’m not bashing my friendships I have with my girls, I do cherish those. But honestly, the guy friends just come from a different perspective and sometimes you just need someone to tell you like it is, straight up –no bull. And I can appreciate that. And you know its not coming from a mean place, they’re just like check yourself. I appreciate my friends not letting me go out in the world looking like a fool in certain situations, haha.

    • shay

      @Sasha Two Pistols,
      whats so non-BS about their real talk is not so much how ice cold it is, but more so how unbiased it is; women have a tendency to be jealous of you and some take any opportunity to hurt your feelings just to have that “one up”

  • http://vodkaandmilk.wordpress.com Sasha Two Pistols

    I tend to agree with this post, although I adore my female friendships, I do have some of the best conversations with one of my best guy friends. I know that I can bring up ANY type of conversation and have a lively discussion about it, without him being like “ewww”, lol! Plus, guys tend to give great no-B.S. advice when it comes to life situations.

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