Bobby Jenkins: The Diary of a Bipolar Bear | July 11th 2015

Posted by Bobby Jenkins | Mar 14, 2017 | Bobby Jenkins: The Diary of a Bipolar Bear | 0 |

diary of a bipolar bear

Dear Diary,

Went to that new gay bar tonight called “Arc-en-Ciel”. Sooooo many gay bears there for the opening. I don’t what I was doing right tonight, but I wish I knew. So many guys bought me drinks! It was like the prom I always dreamed of…If i’d been invited. I felt like the ‘Bobby Queen of the Ball’.

Then there was Biff.

Biff Biff Biff Biff. SWOON!!! 

OMG! BIFF! 

His hot leather vest. His sexy dance moves. His one diamond stud earring. His bleached blond chest pressed against me. I can still smell his scent of high end salmon. mmmmmm so hot. 

I think we danced reallllly well. I think……Never drink on meds. I hope I didn’t make a fool of myself. You never know, right???? 

Maybe that’s why he Roared when he choked me while making out? 

Yes, No, Maybe? Circle one, Bobby! 

Was he mad at me for shrugging him off!? I’m no good at this stuff. There’s no way he believed my early appointment excuse. But I don’t really care actually.

He asks me for my Instagram instead of my number!?! Um Hello!! I’m a real bear in the real world. Not the projection you want me to be. I can’t believe him. Ugh! Biff-no. You’ll get none of that. In fact, I shall name you The None. You’re just a stepping stone.

But ya, definitely heading back to that club though. 

About The Author

Bobby Jenkins

Bobby Jenkins is a lovely polar bear who battles Bipolar Disorder and has the style of a BEAR in the gay community. He was raised by a single mother, who doesn't understand him, and has two seemingly perfect sisters too. He attended one year of Undergrad at the Arctic College of Art and Design with a Major in Fashion Studies and a Minor in Nude Life Drawing. However, due to an unfortunate manic event, involving a Professor, two seals, and a very fishy salmon, Bobby was asked to take an indefinite leave of absence. Since then, Bobby has worked odd jobs to support his life of clubbing, frustration, and obsessing over really hot bears. His dream is to leave the Arctic behind and move to the bright lights of Chicago where the coolest bears and cubs from around the world work hard and play even harder.

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