Listen bro, I know it’s cool to say bro. Me and all my bro’s use bro all the time. We call each other bro when we’re broing out. It’s bromantic. We toss some bros around when we’re playing basketbro. We celebrate Bro-di Gras (which is obviously when your friends get beaded necklaces for showing chicks their bro-nads). We ride around on our brotorcycles fast enough that other bros call the brolice on us. We eat steak and brotatos. You know, the usual bro stuff.
But I’ve learned something from watching the unbrolievable show, Jersey Shore, and that’s there is such a thing as bro overload.
Apparently girls don’t think it’s too cool when you say bro too much. They don’t like it when you call them bro. I thought it would be better if I started calling them brah instead of bro, but they were just as angbro.. er.. angry.
If you’re looking to pick up single ladies, your have to start keeping your bro on the bro-down. Otherwise your girl is going to think it’s broverload.
Alright bro, I’ve got to be honest with you: I don’t say bro that much. Why? Because I’m none of the following four things: From Jersey, I’m not Brody Jenner, I don’t drench myself in Axe body spray, and I don’t drive a supped up Honda Civic. If one of those things describes you, then bro out all you want. People expect it. But if you’re not and you want to eventually have a dating life, you’re going to have to cut back on saying bro. Sorry, bro.