I Need A Soldier.

Don't confuse this story with the hot solider Destiny's Child pleaded for. This is deeper. So I was sitting in buffalo wild wings Tuesday mealing down on wings with my cousin, when a guy that we mutually knew walked in with this chick that I knew. Less then 12 hours prior to this he was trying to serenade one of my bestfriends with his "game," so it was awkward for him to see me. But I just smiled and continued munching down on my parmesan garlic wings.

Minutes later my cousin tells me her hell date. She met up with this guy Jay at the bars. He has been crushing on her for awhile now, and he tricks off on her all the time. I'm not going to say she necessarily likes him, but the perks are good enough to keep him around. Well they we're. She said when he met up with him he had on his army fatigue uniform, because it was his anniversary of being in the army.. blah blah some crap.

Anyways while at the bar some random flamboyant gay guy approaches Jay saying, "Hey man let me buy you a drink, since u serve our country."  Jay eagerly accepts the drinks and starts throwing back shots with Gay man #1. My cousin said she a bit uncomfortable but played it off like nothing was wrong. That was until Gay man #2 approached Jay with the same offer, while reaching for high fives. He accepts the shots once again. My cousin said at this point she was confused and annoyed, so she just left him there.

She asked me was she wrong or simply overreacting. Of course I told her no she wasn't tripping because I would have been annoyed as well. That is a weird situation and position to be in. I can see the first guy but TWO gay guys.. come on now. Not only was Jason accepting the drinks but he was entertaining the foolishness, while leaving my cousin on the sideline looking stupid. In my book all males are suspect until proven straight. Nothing against gays, I love you guys, but down-low brothers that's a no no. That is dangerous and your playing with fire.

My question to you is was she overreacting or do you think he was just being "sociable?" Opinions please.