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Boys Will Be Boys.

No. I am sick of excusing the behavior of men on the basis of their contrived "nature".

I am sick of trying to reconcile wandering lust as an acceptable and irrevocable phenomenon of the male sex.

It is weakness, not strength, that beckons your frivolous bedside manners, hardly allowing your eyes to adjust to the light before you slip inside another drunken beauty queen. You have visions of a king reflected in the cracked mirror. You have mistaken the silver paint on your cardboard sword for blithe metal.

Wasted on the idiotic faith inspired by literary delusions, now let us welcome disappointment as a habit rather than an unexpected guest.


Some boys will always be boys. They are no more than a gang of violent children who refuse to question themselves as men.

Despite millions of sticky little boys shoving each other to the ground, hurling their mediocre successes at one another like mud, attacking more mediocre foes, they never reason past the blood that rushes to their second mind.


Do not go deaf listening to the cries of boys; you will never be able to understand the words of men.

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