Every week there’s some new Negro meme designed to emotional guilt it’s audience into behaving a certain way or see the victimized group in the meme as a righteous mart. The most notorious this year was the “Fix My Plate” meme in which countless black men set up scenarios where their
breeding mare spouse is supposed to answer whose plate she would “Fix” at a BBQ.
(Yes. It’s just as base as it sounds)
This week’s is just as stupid. Just as contrived. Just as sexist. And just as staged.
They’re calling it the “Unappreciative date.” It’s been circulating all around, so of course social media Qulture Vulture Delorean stole it and pretended it originated with him.
So a man goes all out to impress a woman he just met. He tells her, baby get the best this restaurant has to offer so she chooses Lobster and Filet Mignon at $130 but though out the dinner she’s on facebook, instagram, and twitter commenting on people’s post.
QUESTION #1 : What should a man do in this situation?
QUESTION #2 : As a older woman, what advice would you give her?
Firss dangz firss:
1. Ain’t no dudes these days paying this kind of money for a first date. I don’t care what photo op you stage. At least not these dudes on FB bragging about Red Lobster and “should a woman pay her own way on first date?” daily questions on these relationship gurus pages.
2. There’s no way she sat on the phone the whole date. If she did then why is this the type of chic you are trying to impress?
3. And if you go out of your way to impress some vapid, vain thot who could care nothing about you then maybe we shouldn’t be evaluating her, but Why you NEED her to like you so much.
See this is always my problem. Guys trying to turn prostitutes, gold diggers, and women with bad personalities into good women merely because they look good in an Instagram dress.
So we’re supposed to be so impressed that you bought a chic a meal that we instantly see her as the villain because she didn’t hang on to your every word. The fact that you felt you needed to do all
Perhaps she’s calling her girls because dude just told her she has to give up some pucci since she ordered all this food and she needs a ride home. (That happens more than you know)
Perhaps she’s checking her balance because he asked her for half (That happens often as well). Hell just last month the same dudes trying to get you to see this woman as a villain say that women should pay half on the first date.
And maybe this is a married man taking his side chic out while his wife sits at home with the kids eating hamburger helper.
It could be anything, but I know for damn sure its not that they have sooooo many good men out here wining and dining good decent, wholesome women with good intentions and they are being mistreated and unappreciated. These emotional blackmail memes always see to ignore reality and focus solely on the theme that will garner the most attention from Steve Harvey “Think Like a Man” type amens.
They talk about social media being bad for relationships…..but maybe the chic in the picture is giving her opinion on the “Fix My Plate” meme, or posting that she’s on the best date of her life. Actually, a great question would be why his phone is out to take a picture instead of asking her to put away hers.
Moral of the story……Grow up and stop living in memes!
Qmunity do you think memes tell the whole story?
Do they give relationship gurus a convenient half truth to make a point?
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