3.04.2012

"Meeeeeeeeeeee and Mr. Whoa......"

...Don't have a thing going on, so don't ask.  I've just noticed how young he really is, so it's unlikely my roommate will have a thing with him either.

But today, she sent me to get us some food from his restaurant saying she was "over it" and that we should "let him go".

So I go to the restaurant.  My roommate pre-ordered the food so it's already waiting.  Mr. Whoa swoops around his coworker so he can process my transaction.  He starts asking if I want this or that, and if such and such is fine.  Right then, this over-thirsty bitch pops up behind me and starts interrogating the man.

Mr. Whoa - while trying to take care of me - tries to answer this woman's question.  His coworker's wide open and willing to help the woman, but she doesn't want to talk to her.  No, no, no; she wants to talk to Mr. Whoa.

She asks him to explain the same thing about three or four times.  After the fourth time or so, he turns back to me to finish up.  I thank him by name, he says no problem, and before he can say anything else, the bitch asks him to explain the same thing again.  It's like neither I nor Mr. Whoa's coworker even exist to this bitch.  Mr. Whoa impatiently explains the meal one final time, saying the word "filet" for about the fifth time, and as he turns back to me, the hair-twirling bitch asks him, "So, like...what's a filet?"

At this point, I'm like, Fuck this.  I just want go home.  Even as I was leaving, Mr. Whoa called out to me and asked if I wanted anything else, and then thanked me for stopping by.

I hate it when women behave like that; I think it's pathetic, and I've noticed many men don't enjoy it either.  You don't endear yourselves to a man by repeatedly interrupting him with the same question over and over again.  And you certainly don't endear yourselves him by acting like dimwitted twit - "What's a filet?" - for real???

The whole time I was thinking, Really?  Seriously?  You can't wait five minutes?  You can't place your order with the other worker?  Do you really think my pygmy ass is going to steal this giant dude away for a long weekend and a $50,000 wedding, move to the burbs and have 9 kids in the next five minutes?  Do I really pose so much of a threat that you can't shut the fuck up and wait yo' damn turn for five motherfucking minutes?  Really?  Seriously?  Did it even occur to you that I'm not even here for myself, you thirsty-ass heffa?

*shakes head*

My roommate laughed as I told her this, saying her mother always warned her against handsome men.

My roommate also asks the Narrative for more Blasian porn.

17 comments:

  1. Wow! You are heated!!! Wish you gave the girl this link so she could read this! LOL It's hard, but take the time to educate and never let someone so silly steal the spotlight. Please go back to Mr. Whoa and try one more time. He seems to really like you! Just prepare yourself to handle women like her, because if Mr. Whoa is really fine, this will happen again and again! Just be the better woman!

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    1. I'm not the one who's into him, by the way; it's my roommate.

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  2. I guess this dimwit thinks men LOVE the 'dumb as a bunch of rocks' act. That is, I hope it's an act. O_O

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    1. Still hoping it's a stupid act, and not a natural trait. If it is the latter, though?:

      Dear Lord,

      Please don't let it breed.

      Amen

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  3. "And you certainly don't endear yourselves him by acting like dimwitted twit -"

    I don't understand why some females believe that we think that shit is cute. I deal with this too often at work. A female will twirl her hair around a finger and act dumb as a brick like she's going to wrap me around her finger like her hair.

    The moment she pulls that shit, I've already lost all respect for her right there.

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    1. Dude? I'm a woman, and I've watched my fellow gender-card carriers pull that mess from pre-teen years until now. Especially the ultra-thirsty ones.

      'Annoyed' doesn't come close to how I've felt as a witness. Seriously, where the hell is their pride?

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    2. I love it when the guys get this shocked look when they try to approach me like I am one of those girls. I set them straight and they actually apologize. This happened recently while I was visiting the states a day or two before I met up with Ankh. I set him straight in front of his friend to in the middle of Wal-Mart. I set him straight, he apologized, we spoke n good terms and I went on about my business.He didn't try to stop me because he understood fully that he messed up by approaching me like that. His friend did not utter a word that whole time. Guessed he was shocked into submission. Hopefully, they learned something.

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    3. I see this all the time. Its so annoying. Maybe in preschool or middle school it was okay but after that grow up. Some women watch television and think oh that's how to get a guy and its not. I'm honest and intelligent I don't need to make myself seem like an idiot to get a guys attention. Jeez. Women these days. Guys tell me all the time that they like how I can communicate with them and answer their questions. God gave women smarts for a reason. Use it.

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  4. Do I really pose so much of a threat that you can't shut the fuck up and wait yo' damn turn for five motherfucking minutes?

    Yes. It was evident to her that he wanted your attention...and not hers. This be a challenge.

    For a lot of women, unfortunately, those of us with some business and swag about ourselves do pose a threat. Women get along like cake and ice cream until a man shows up and then it's every beetch for herself. Speaking collectively, of course.

    I am not one of those women, and when I see a chick playing the role (or living it), I shake my head. No man worth his salt wants a dimwit or a nincompoop by his side. I'm sure there are plenty of men out there with a serious need for ego-stroking who prefer bimbos just so they can feel better about themselves. But I like to think most of us are who we are and are confident in it.

    I hope, anyway.

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  5. Smh. Real men don't need a woman to dumb herself down in any way. And as a woman with a decent amount of make friends, let me say that debasing yourself for male attention is not only unnecessary, but unattractive as hell. I don't know where women get the idea that thirst=sexy.

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  6. Sadly those types of females don't even need a man to act that way. Let you go outsside looking even a tad bit cuter than them and they give you that face that says '' bitch, you aint' all that cute''

    D*ck just makes the situation more complicated.

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    1. This post just makes me know all the much more that the Blasian Narrative is home for me!

      I am a very intelligent woman with the credentials to back it up. Never have I and never will I play dumb for anyone. I have seen women act retarded to draw men and sadly lots of men ARE aroused by stupidity. SMDH.

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  7. So I was bored and read this again. I can't help but wonder if you are really a pygmy. I just googled it up. Are you really that short? If so, Just walk up to the chick and deck her where the sun don't shine and kick her in the shin. XD. Even though shes a girl it would hurt. XD

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    1. Maybe it will knock some sense into her head

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    2. No, I'm not that short, but I'm close enough.

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    3. No she's not. She is taller than she thinks.

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