Thursday, December 30, 2010
Let's play a game of Hypothetical. Imagine if you will that several months ago, your best friend hooked up with a guy he admitted "wasn't [his] type" and "might actually be really good for you."' They didn't have chemistry, and haven't been in much contact with each other since then. This annoyed you, but it wasn't terrible. After all, who am I to chastise someone for refusing perfectly good dick? Now I, HYPOTHETICALLY, meet him. At this point, there is no snizgenda, just chit-chatting. What is the etiquette there? Am I supposed to pretend I don't know that they snizzed? The only thing going through my head is how my friend said this guy has the perfect penis. I just know I'm going to blurt it out. But do I just bring him around one day and introduce them to each other as if I don't know they've had each other's cocks in their mouths? Or can I say, this is my best friend whom I believe you know? I wonder what Emily Post would have to say about such a situation. My imaginary self asked my friend, and he said to just say nothing about it. I guess that would be the easiest thing to do. In the end, it doesn't really matter. I don't give a shit, and I'm sure they ultimately don't give a shit either. Maybe this is what people on Craigslist mean by being a "discrete" bro.