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Rebounding 101 (By @_Wavy_Crockett)

Rebounding 101 (By @_Wavy_Crockett)

rebound:  (a) to recover from a setback (b) a substitute  for when your starter gets traded or injured.

“Everybody at some point in their life has been the rebound or done the rebounding. When doing so, just make sure you box out.”

-@Younghue_hef

Breakups aren’t bad if you box out and crash the boards. All you need is the right substitue(s) to keep your former starter (chick or dude) off your mind. Once you get the rebound, your main objective should be to score. You can be conservative about the amount the number of rebounds you want or you can be aggressive and go for the double-double. The double-double is grabbing 10 rebounds and scoring on 10 put backs. It all depends on how tough the breakup was, with that being said if the breakup was tough go for the double-double. Nothing makes your ex, former starter or whatever you wanna call them more upset then getting on Instagram and seeing you in pictures with your rebound(s). That doesn’t even matter, they left you high and dry to fend for yourself. If you take the conservatie route more than likely you’ll be fucked up at home watching netflix and listening to the take care album, letting yaself go. Then nobody ain’t gonna want you. Rebounding doesn’t always mean rebounding with a chick or dude.  Al Patron pointed out the best example of rebounding in his book Thirds Eye View…

“Mark Zuckerberg is the realest nigga breathing if I hold my breath. Your lady left you and instead of curling up like a little pussy, you go to work and made more money than you’ll ever be able to spend because you were pissed off for greatness.” – Al Patron

You can cry about your break up or you can get over it, my suggestion is crash the boards and get over it

- @_wavy_crockett

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