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Have you ever tried to watch a monkey fuck a football? If you said yes, chances are that you have had a conversation with someone that is making a destructive decision. A decision that is so destructive that it makes the path of Godzilla look like something out of an episode of Strawberry Shortcake. I remember as a kid being told that there is something that will make a relationship work. I can’t remember what that word is. It is right on the tip of my fingers or my tongue, depending on how you are looking at this. What is that important thing that keeps a relationship strong and going on? Wd-40? No that is not it. Oil? That is not it. Sense of humor. No. Being able to cook? As much as my stomach says yes, that is not it. I just remembered what that word was. The word is trust. I understand at the beginning of a relationship that trust is earned but when you get to the point that you can’t trust each other after having a past, you are going end like Bill Murray in Groundhog’s Day. Would you give your passwords to someone that you have trust issues to prove that it will all work out? I feel that is the same as giving your personal information to the email that says an African Prince will send you money.  You are going to keep repeating the same situation over and over. If that is what you want, then by all means, after the 6th Time, turn to the liquor and threats of driving a car off a hill. If someone asks for your advice, are you constantly going to give them a response full of chocolate cupcakes and rainbows? I think the answer is, Dare I Say, NO. A true friend will tell you if you are making a mistake. If you can’t handle that, then you do not deserve that friend. In conclusion, you can only tell someone so much for so long before you know that a conversation would go better with an inflatable doll that is used for love making. Now, cue the more you know graphic, and learn even the Kool Aid Man can’t break every wall. Oh yeah.