XOXO, Michael Brown

The readers submitted some questions about life, love and everything in between. I answered them as honest as I knew possible. I’m here to keep it real with you when no one else is and to answer with no judgment because I don’t know you! I’m just a college senior who enjoys giving his opinion. Here are some of the questions I got this week:

How would you introduce yourself on a dating app?

I’m not really sure. I guess how I introduce myself in real life, “Hi I’m Michael.”

What would you name your first child?

I have actually already picked a name that I am absolutely in love with. I love unisex names for some reason; every name that I have picked out could be for a boy or a girl. My first child would be named Keelyn. Let me also add that I really don’t want to have children, like at all. If the person that I marry wants kids, I won’t fight it, but I’m not really looking to have children. I think at that point in my life I’ll finally be ready for a dog, and that may be good enough for me.

What are you wearing right now?

Uh, khakis.

If you had to eat only three things for the rest of your life, what would they be?

This is a really tough one to answer. I love eggs, fish and junk food. I can’t just pick three; it’s simply just not fair. I would need milk, tea and water also. I also really like green beans and mashed potatoes. As I continue to answer this, a million other foods are coming to mind; I am sorry I just can’t pick. I am a foodie. I love to eat.

What was the last book you read?

The last book I read was “Wendy’s Got the Heat.” It’s Wendy Williams’s biography. I loved it of course, because I love all things Wendy. I know many of you may not care for her, but I don’t care, and more than likely, I don’t care for you.

What is your favorite thing to eat for breakfast?

I love breakfast, literally bible; it’s my favorite meal and or food group. I love egg sandwiches. If you throw a little seasoned salt on the egg, I prefer Lowry’s it just sets it off. Of course, you want to melt some cheese on there, maybe add a meat. Thinking back to the earlier question, I really could live off of them alone. There have been many days when that was breakfast and dinner.

Do you think cheating is ever justified?

I mean, shit happens. If we’re talking like on a test, haven’t we all done that once before? If you’re talking about in a relationship, I can’t say its justified, but it sadly does happen. I read about this in a book by La La Anthony one summer, and it was very insightful. “The Love Playbook,” I actually really recommend it. If you’re going to get cheated on and stay with the person, don’t tell everyone, keep it to yourself. More than likely, everyone is looking at you some sort of way and it’s just not their business. However, always know your worth, ladies and gentleman. Let me say it again for the people in the back, know your worth.

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