Tip gets a NASCAR lesson from the Richard Petty Driving Experience at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Previously: T.I.’s Trouble Man Track-by-Track
Posted by eskay
on Wednesday, February 20th, 2013 at 1:04 pm
under:Miscellaneous, Sports, Video
Nahright lite swag
Long as my fishes love me
if you can. Marry the broad that get your dick hard just from standing close to her. She’s a keeper
It was her… everything about her, it’s cool though, I’m good.
That shit is kinda making me feel bad tho, bitches text, email me all the time & i never get back, i know that karma is waiting for me
Lost a good friend a year ago like that. Friends through high-school and kept in touch at points throughout college. Smash one morning after letting me sleep in her bed with her during a snowstorm.
All she asked was that I keep in touch. The absolute minimum of being a friend. I got busy. Self involved. Didn’t do it.
Hit her up randomly while bored one evening. Found out she had been in town for a week at that point. I asked why she ain’t call me. She said “Why would I tell you??”. I knew it was a wrap after that.
Haven’t spoken since.
Here’s the thing my happiness doesn’t come from partying every night & living it up, it comes from being content & knowing shit could be far worse
Shiet seems like yesterday i was 20 living it up not a care in the world now i’m turning 25 next month, time ain’t waiting for no man so i appreciated every moment
You can have a family, money, great job & still be unhappy
Same with fucking a different bitch everynight
life is funny
it truly is
life is interesting
because i share the exact OPPOSITE view
my happiness DOES come from partying every night , living it up , turning up , smashing cool sluts , waking up wit ya head rining from turn indulengence , rinse & repeat
my happiness DOES come from that
im not content because things could be far worse
i am not content at all
because things could be FAR BETTER
i respect your point of view tho
Being enamored is a gift and a curse.
Makes for very volatile relationships. Highs and lows happen swiftly, and in high contrast.
But is there any other way to live?
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