Monogamy is the bomb. I live by the code: One down bitch is worth ten funky hoes.
If three weeks of Weinergate have left you skeptical of men and relationships, never fear: Ice-T is here to calm your fears. Judging by his memoir, not all men are cheaters, and while we’re not prepared to skip out on Sunday’s season finale of Game of Thrones to watch it, we are kind of fascinated by the relationship advice relayed in Slate‘s recent review of Ice Loves Coco, a new reality show featuring Ice-T and his wife, Coco, on E!
The rapper and glamour model are hardly what most would dub role models for a healthy, wholesome marriage, it turns out that, in the new age of family values, they might just be. While seemingly straight-laced politicians continue to fail our standards of fidelity and appropriate sexual behavior, Ice really does seem to love Coco, and he’s given it some deep thought: According to Slate‘s Troy Patterson, he doesn’t shy away from revealing the foundation of their relationship in the first episode of the show, explaining that “love isn’t looking somebody in the eyes—it’s two people looking in the same direction.”
Encouraging your wife to flaunt her cleavage for a fashion shoot isn’t everyone’s idea of love, but for them, it is. And — if you can use your imagination for a moment to replace “cleavage” and “fashion shoot” for your own assets and life goals are — it seems kind of nice. At least, a lot nicer than the image of marriage being painted all over our imaginations by Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin lately.