Love, marriage, divorce, man, we’re covering all the bases this week.
Divorce parties are the new craze. Do you think they are appropriate and in good fun or sending the wrong message?
No More Vows
Y’all are already spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on weddings, and now you’re also spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on divorce parties too? I mean, it’s not like divorces are cheap anyway.
Y’all must love living in debt.
If the divorce party simply exists to support a newly divorced friend during a tough transitional period, that’s cool. But keep the hate crimes to a minimum.
And also, the term “divorce party” sounds mad corny. But that’s just me.
Our girl KJ is next. She’s always in a predicament:
You approach a co-worker that you feel and is digging you and he tells you that he has his eye on someone else so you move on. Christmas comes and you all are Secret Santas with one another. You were told to give 3 things that you wanted that would be $20. He gets you a scarf, 3 CDs a DVD, perfumes and lip gloss. WITW? What do you think his issue is giving you “boo gifts” but he has his eye on someone else? Confused.
Now before y’all say, “he could be giving these gifts purely in the interest of friendship,” be real. I’ve long said that men and women can maintain platonic relationships but unless your friend is Scrooge McDuck, he’s not gonna arbitrarily drop THAT kind of cash on THAT many gifts without a specific purpose.
That purpose is keeping you happy and intrigued. Just in case.
Long story short, he wants to holla. Where you want to take that is up to you.
Just keep that in mind when you’re applying that lip gloss.