Feb 17, 2010


It has been brought to my attention recently that people don't understand the concept of overstepping their boundaries. In lamens terms, niggas are gettin' way out of pocket and need to stay in their place. Me and my friends call it rollerskating, and some of y'all need to get back in-line.
Don't fret. Getting back in the pocket is simple...

The first step to doing so is realizing who you are. Don't lie to yourself! I can name a few people who are lame and absolutely refuse to embrace it. Once you've come to terms with the fact that you're wack, then we can proceed from there and implement ways to get you the help that you need. But if you keep lying to yo'self then there is no hope! You'll continue to overstep your boundaries (i.e. doing things you have no business doing and saying things you have no business saying).

If you've been graced with a few breakthroughs recently (a new job, a new boo, a new car) don't get delirious. Positive things happen to the lame and non-lame alike. Be appreciative, not boastful. And don't think for once those breakthroughs have miraculously moved you out of the category of lame. You are still the same person and should consequently stay in the pocket.

Don't comment on things you don't know anything about. Lames have this unrealistic idea that their opinion matters and I'm here to tell you otherwise. Most people who have gotten out of pocket, have done so by putting on a public display of ignorance in some way, shape, or form. Either educate yourself such that your opinion DOES matter or just shut up and leave the politics to the politicians. Stay in the pocket.

Lastly, cannot escape your past. In the event that you are making progress, do that. But remember the lame from which you've came. For example, if your past relationships all ended because of EXTRA stuff and now you're finally on the come up...don't think that you're in liberty to discuss the relationships of others because your house just got in order. Stay in the pocket.

In summation, there is still hope. Staying in yo' place is not a difficult concept to understand. I understand that it's human nature to want to venture outside of yo'self and be something that you're not...but that's not yo place. Yo' place, sir and ma' in the pocket.


GlAMGiRL said...

LMAO you sure know how to put people in their place.

.cris. said...

"Positive things happen to the lame and non-lame alike." <--- that statement made my day!

Ama said...


Don't watch me, w-w-watch my feet....