One would question the phenomenon behind a male bond. It is intriguing as to what makes males get along more than females do. I have seen a bunch of men being placed in the oddest of situations together, but still managed to look out for each other and come out with same objectives as they had initially. So what is this being that can weaken and cause a life long friendship to head for the rocks?
You said it, Women. The mothers of our children, yes our better halves. They have the power to make or break a nation. Forget about making one female president, they all are in their own right.
A female, with the required pressure, can cause two fully grown men to act childish. They could kill each other if fueled enough to unleash their male instinct. I have had the opportunity to witness such behavior first hand. I recently have broken off a long term friendship with someone, whom I thought trusted me enough not to be blinded by love.
Me and my boy have been friends since College. We weren’t close then, but closely bonded over our working years. I also had the privilege of knowing his now girlfriend, whom he got to know over our daily chat rooms. They have been going out for less than a year now and she has fallen pregnant with his child.
My friend recently managed to find an email conversation between me and his girlfriend, where we talked about what could have been during the time we traveled to work together, which I later found out that she sent him.
Now, you do the math. Why would a grown, matured woman, send her current boyfriend an email, which she started, that involves a friend of his like that. No, it’s not because she’s honest, nor is it not because she hates my guts. It is because she knows how much power she has. She knows how angry her boyfriend would get.
But what still beats me, is how boyfriend, managed to read the whole conversation but missed the beginning and the end of the conversation, to establish that it was not a plan to hit it behind his back. She’s pregnant with his child for peace sake. I’m not that stupid, nor am I that heartless.
I do admit my wrong for partaking in the conversation, and I know I could have cut it off before it even started. But do I then apologies for her sending him the email initially? Do I take the blame for her hunger to see how much damage she can cause? Like I said, you do the math.