“Bros Before Hoes” is generally misinterpreted to mean that anybody who is male gets preferential treatment in any situation where he’s in active or passive competition with a female.
An example of this is this 2008 election t-shirt design featuring Joe Biden and Sarah Palin:
This is not actually what Bros Before Hoes means, or what it stands for. Continue reading “Bros Before Hoes (Guy Code)”
“Bros Before Hoes” essentially means that when a guy has to make a decision between a guy he knows and a girl he knows, he should side with the guy by default or general principle.
This is based on the often-accurate assumption that the guy is actually your friend, while the girl ISN’T your friend, but instead someone you’re currently hooking up with or trying to hook up with.
A lot of women mistake the fact that a guy kicks it to them or asks them out or even dates them for a long time to mean that they’re automatically friends with a guy as well. It doesn’t work like that. Continue reading “Bros Before Hoes? [RW:DC, Part 02]”
Tiger Woods spoke in a press conference just now. Here’s what I got out of it:
Tiger looks good. It doesn’t look like he went through plastic surgery.
According to the written speech, he’s deeply sorry for his selfish and irresponsible behavior.
He’s not as good at reading as he is at golf.
He did better than Chris Brown did, at least.
He sounds rather robotic, like “YABBA. DABBA. DOO”.
Tiger Woods does a lot for the children of the world, and he’s dedicated to making sure that continues.
He’s reading off of a paper to express that he didn’t get jacked up by his wife, Elin.
Tiger was taught to believe in core values, but he convinced himself that normal rules didn’t apply. He never thought about who he was hurting. He thought only about himself. He thought he could get away with anything he wanted to. Continue reading “Tiger Woods Press Conference Takeaways”