Bro – Code

As realistic as the heading, “bro-code” is something we often hear now days. In simple language it means – never date your friends’ girlfriend! and vice-versa.

Its a serious offense – I’m guessing? The hype about this bro-code is so huge that now it has become more of a stereo type vision among the youth.

I hear people say – never date your friends’ girlfriend ever!

And i want to ask WHY?

the common response i receive is, it spoils the friendship!

And again I want to ask HOW?

this is when i get the most expected answer – it is not right to date your friends’ girlfriend. and vice – versa because they’re officially categorized as “EXs”.

And again I want to ask WHO ARE YOU TO COMMAND?

I never hear anyone stop to think that maybe the “ex” you refer to as your own horrible past can be someone’s beautiful future ahead. Immaterial of the fact that you are best friends or childhood friends or simply just friends; you should appreciate the good that could possibly be coming to your friend.

Sometimes two people immersed in love can never have the equation needed to fulfill a marriage. But maybe one of them does share an equation with a fellow friend that does fulfill the graces of marriage and further.

Your ego need not be satisfied by humiliation of the opposite. Never has it been written anywhere that if the road was rocky with you, it’ll be as worse to go with the other.

Did you ever stop to think that because of this so called “bro code” delusion, there are some people who never have had the chance to make their life as beautiful as yours. They decided to choose you over their feelings because you mattered as a friend, but, what did you do?

You chose yourself over your friend’s feelings!

Isn’t that rude and selfish and stupidity?

Why do we live in a world that seizes to exist? Why are we only surrounded with revenge, anguish and hatred?

Why cannot we just ease ourselves above this nuisance and let people love easy.

“if everyone thought as you did, there’d be more peace in the world today” quoted my friend when I told her how I thought.

Is it the same with you?

-Adelene Coelho

About Adelene Dsilvahttps://adelenecoelho.wordpress.comIf you are in love with a writer, You will always live in their words.

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