Pros and Cons To Having a Gay Best Friend
Every woman wants a gay best friend. It’s almost as important as having a 401 K plan. They provide enormous strength, particularly when faced with perplexing issues like finding the right size hoop earrings and whether Capri pants make you look like a dumpy retiree in a Florida retirement community. But finding an exceptional gay best friend is not always easy. Not everyone is your Will to your Grace. Just because he’s gay doesn’t mean he finds you funny, stylish, or acceptable in his social circuit. You’ve got to keep up your end of the bargain too. This means consulting someone other than your mother about a respectable hairstyle and your makeup products and application. You need to bring something to the table too.
- It’s great having someone in your life that understands your obsession for J. Lo’s Instagram photos or which lady is about to be fired from Real Housewives.
- Unlike your husband, you can spend an entire dinner conversation discussing alternative endings to the Sex and the City movies.
- You can invite him to family events and not worry that someone will blow your one chance at a potential marriage proposal.
- He doesn’t feel threatened by your David Beckham underwear screen saver. In fact he probably has the same one.
- Despite his best efforts he can’t provide you with valuable insight on the most comfortable tampon or understand what it feels like to have your boobs leak through your bra in public.
- They’re still dudes. So they don’t really want to hear you cry for an hourabout a guy that he feels doesn’t even know how to wear appropriate footwear, let alone provide you with the emotional security you need.
- Unlike your husband who ignores you or your girlfriend who just lies he will have no problem telling you that look fat and haggard and your tankini is actually making your side flab look worse.
- He won’t be loaning you any clothes.
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