Monday, December 28, 2009

All That and Granny Too!

ok here goes...

When I was 16 one of my high school friends had set up a blind date with one of her so called "friends" who at the time was 21 and apparently "nice and cute"...so he was supposed to pick me up after school one day..which I spent a lot of time prettying myself up....So tell me why when I walked outside... he rolled down the windows from the backseat of an ugly run down car and waves me to come over...so as soon as I saw him I was like..OH GOD!...so I walked over and comes to find out his grandmother who has an oxygen tube next to her was apparently our chauffeur and he was in the backseat waiting for me...

So I felt bad and being that I don't break promises ...I got into the car to be smothered by him... then his grandmother took us to the mall and he took my hand and pulled me to the side and I kept trying to get away and he grabbed my face and then slobbered all over my face and shoved his tongue down my throat...at that point I screamed and luckily a group of guys came over and asked if I needed help...at that point I felt bad and just said no..

So I went on with the worst date of my life and he was a total pig..he ate all of his food and some of mine..for which he took me out to Taco Bell... and apparently he had issues with keeping his mouth closed while chewing... I insisted that I went home before my parents found out and so he called his grandmother to come pick us up...again..me thinking he was 21 and all that he would have a car and would be driving..but NO. so when I got home I took two showers and then got online to yell at my friend and looked at his AIM profile and noticed that his profile message had a poem about how much he loves me ...at the point I wanted to gag...

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

You're stupid for letting him shove his tongue down your throat.

You're even more stupid for turning away that group of guys who wanted to help you, just because you "felt bad".

Worse of all, you're stupid for not realizing you deserve better and not walking away from this situation.

Duncan said...

I realise this is 'woods for the trees' but I'm having a big problem with

"...and he was a total pig..he ate all of his food and some of mine..."

Some of yours? Okay, that's bad. But 'all of his'? That contributes to his being a pig? It might just be sloppy writing on your part but the logical structure of your sentence appears to imply that his piggishness is exemplified in the second instance by his eating your food and in the first instance eating his own.

I have to say when I order food I tend to eat it. E.g. I order a hot dog, I eat the hot dog. I order a quesadilla, I eat the quesadilla. If someone didn't eat everything I'd have to assume (a) they didn't like it, (b) they were on some kind of self-denial diet or (c) they make poor choices when it comes to buying food; they have too many meals in a day or they order more than they want to eat.

The plain text reading of what you said, that eating everything you order makes you a pig, just seems crazy (and, not to go all nationalist, but also quintessentially American).

Anonymous said...

I think that her pig statement was fine... and your point that you tried to make had nothing to do with the rest of the story. Some people dont like to be rude and hurt peoples feelings so the intend on finishing the date to avoid that. I think that her date sucked but she mostly handeled it the right way.