I know it’s a little difficult to read especially due to the horrible grammar, but I thought her morning rant about hoes was funny. Funny especially because this is a young woman who was married to a former associate pastor. They are in the process of getting a divorce because she cheated on him, with a man, but also with a woman. Come to find out all three of them, her, her husband, and a female friend were having threesomes. Then she and her friend started leaving the husband out of the action, so of course he was upset when he found out that his wife had cheated on him with a woman. Hence the pending divorce. Soon though she found out that women can be just as difficult to deal with as men when it comes to relationships.
Now I hope that her post means that she has learned her lesson about being a hoe, but I think she was actually referring to some other woman being the hoe, not herself.
Previously she had posted the following.
The second comment is from the Preacher. Now if you’re going to become a bisexual adulterating harlot and go off on a profanity laden rant then at least have the decency to delete the Preacher from your friends list first. LOL
I know that when I decided to become a drinking, partying, drugging, bisexual slut, I at least had the decency to move over a thousand miles away from my family and not let them know the depths of depravity that I had sunken to.
Rest assured that I am not passing judgment on this young woman. She is young after all and still has a lot to learn about life and love. I just hope she survives it because I barely survived and that was only thanks to much prayer by my parents and a watchful eye from up on high.
Why don’t I offer her some advice? Because as you can tell she doesn’t seem like she would be very receptive to advice, especially from the Preacher’s Daughter. Oh well. Let her live and learn, just like we all do.
P.S. I’m watching “Sam Kinison: Why did we laugh?” now. Kinison was one of the greatest comics of all time. The best comedy comes from within and from our experiences. Kinison, like many preacher’s kids, turned his experiences into something special.