I have about 3 male friends, but I have a pretty large group of female friends. I get on with women so much easier than guys, I never feel manly enough, like I’m expected to talk about football and DIY and spitting or something…
I grew up fat and single and was a virgin until well into my twenties, so I didn’t spend my formative years “chasing tail”, instead I actually listened to what women had to say, and really bonded with them. They opened up to me, I opened up to them.
Having women as friends is a blessing.

I have about 3 male friends, but I have a pretty large group of female friends. I get on with women so much easier than guys, I never feel manly enough, like I’m expected to talk about football and DIY and spitting or something…

I grew up fat and single and was a virgin until well into my twenties, so I didn’t spend my formative years “chasing tail”, instead I actually listened to what women had to say, and really bonded with them. They opened up to me, I opened up to them.

Having women as friends is a blessing.

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