Being a girl can have its downfalls when it comes to nightlife. Sure, we essentially get to play without having to pay ... but coming from an insider to the gender, whenever you get groups of girls in a one place -- there always seems to be drama of some sort. Especially in a co-ed environment like a club.
Randomly and ironically, I found myself at Whisky River having a gender debate with Clint Bowyer. He said the difference between a man and a woman is that a man would never sleep with his best friend's girl, but a girl would sleep with her best friend's man. He has a point. If girls would just respect our boundaries, men wouldn't be capable of betraying us so easily ... but instead, in the battle for the attention of men, girls claw at each other -- like a Tiger. Speaking of which, girlfriends one through, what is it up to now, 224? cheated on their gender as much as Tiger cheated on his wife.
Cason-Point: Some girls can be either very conniving and vindictive, or just overemotional and thus overdramatic. And inevitably, these girls have a way of crashing a party by bringing the drama. But if I wanted drama, I'd just stay home and watch "music television."
A wise man once advised me how to deal with the unwarranted and uninvited girl drama in my life. He told me to not be the nice girl, or the mean girl, but to be the "keep-it-moving girl." The keep-it-moving girl doesn't fight drama with drama, and she doesn't star as a soap opera actress trying to fake the funk ... she just smiles and keeps walking.
A girl actually approached said man, and had diarrhea of the mouth all over my name. She later approached me like we were friends. I wanted to say, "I heard you had all kinds of things to say about me -- and I figured you might want to say them to my face. So here I am ... in your face." But I just kept it moving. Because if someone is talking about you behind your back, then that means they're two steps behind you. So respect your fellow woman -- because karma is a bitch. That doesn't mean you have to be.