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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

and how old are you, little boy?

I wonder sometimes how old we are only because I see so much childish behavior. I actually had a grown man I used to deal with call me up after over a month to ask me why I no longer responded to him (see: I should have known.) The next day he again calls to tell me that he is cutting me off (like he wasn't already cut off by me in the first place) and that it is because another man came to him to tell him about his dealings with me and this man is beneath him (socially? financially?) therefore he can no longer deal with me as it would cut his standards. Mind you, both of these men are over the age of 18 and one of them is over the age of 35. Still can't believe it...any of it.

Saturday, May 26, 2007

hindsight: 20/20

Little did I know that one of the first men I would meet would set the tone for the remainder of my first year in the great city of Atlanta. First off, he was in the entertainment industry (much like EVERY other man I would meet) but was famous/popular for doing…well….I still am not really sure what he does. His brother is famous and in the music industry but all this guy is famous for seems to be looking like his brother and being an all-around manwhore (every time I have mentioned his name the other person made a funny sound….and not a positive one either.) Supposedly he spends all day in the studio (doing who knows what), goes out of town at the last minute and is just soooooo busy that he can’t find the time to call (for two weeks?) but yet can chronicle my life for those two weeks whilst he he was m.i.a. and will not hesitate to pretend that no time has passed. Let me not fail to mention his use of the “L-word.” You may wonder if this is a joke because I sure did! How do you completely neglect someone for days/weeks and then pop up and tell them you love them? Is he serious? Ridiculous.

Friday, May 25, 2007


So I'm a little concerned for this friend whose name I will not mention (out of sheer embarassment for her) who is involved in a very troubling situation. The man she is seeing not only does not have a car, he is on 45. He is practically homeless as he has no real home of his own, and seems to be slightly paranoid schizophrenic and something like an alcoholic. Every time they hang out they are drinking. I believe that the last time he went on his usual drinking spree he actually passed out on the floor of the restaurant and the bartender had to call someone to pick him up. Can you believe it? She was worried about him yesterday because he failed his drug test at his probation hearing. His drug his probation hearing. Did I mention he doesn't have a real job? Is she to blame for all the foolishness the rest of us have to put up with?

Thursday, May 24, 2007

does my car look like a taxi cab?

Where are all the men with cars? I used to want a guy with a nice car (yes, I said it.) But I’m to the point now where I don’t even care what kind of car he drives…as long as it isn’t mine! At least it would be nice if they didn’t pretend like they really have a car i.e. it’s in the shop, it’s back home (out of state), I swear I’m getting one next week…
I have had three men ask me to pick them up/drop them off at the airport. These are grown men (30+.) One even tried to pretend he was inviting me over for the night solely for my company when in reality he wanted a ride to the airport in the morning! Another one had the nerve to get an attitude with me when I said no to his request for me to drive him to the airport at 7am (mind you, it was also after midnight when he called to ask.) Are they serious?? Maybe a shuttle service would be a good side hustle…..