@@@ rosad YOU STATED--- "2012 thirst to 100th power, these dudes ain't been hot since the 90's, and chicks will pounce on anybody they think to be relevant, or ever had moments in the spotlight, could e at least messed with a boy band who still may have some kind of doe, ie, new edition,boys to men, I did say may still have some money."----
So let me get this straight--- by your logic it is appropriate to be a thirsty hoe if the men are relevant and well paid. However, it is inappropriate to be a thirsty hoe if the men in question are so-called irrelevant and financially debunked.
THIS CURRENT GENERATION OF YOUNG FEMALES IS DOOMED---and there is no redemption or reversal from this fact, it will only decay even further if this is even feasible.
A hoe/*** is a hoe/***-- regardless of a man having much money or not---it is merely a question of price and negotiation of such price. Prostitutes, hoes, and ***, come in many different faces and designations. Yes, and in many cases this includes wives, girlfriends, and mistresses.
Someone asked me the other day how can I recognize a female ***---to which my response was "I don't always know."
He said to me--- "If a female is American born or raised, and is under the age of 40, you are witnessing a ***, although if you were to inform her, she would abhorrently deny her status as a hoe/*** because she herself cannot discern the definition of what a hoe/*** is anymore."
I must admit, at first I was taken a bit aback by his provocative statement---but more and more I am beginning to understand the luminousness of his intuitive and demonstrative observations.
What he defined was that what it means to be a real woman in contemporary American society has diminished to such a despicable level of standards, that young females have no point of reference as to what being a woman of high standards and disposition really entails any longer. And as a result of this phenomenon what we are left with is a generation of young females indulging in erroneous sexual thoughts and behaviors that to them seem appropriate and normal.
A wise man once said--- "One should measure the survivability of a society not by the immorality of its men, but by the virtue of its women."
If he was indeed correct--- our American society is not survivable....Artofwar