March 27, 2009
Are ladies really that slick when it comes to playing the field? Or is it that guys think they have that particular skill on lock and are too dumb to realise that women can play the field also?
I was talking to one of my naggers(
I wish I could embed that clip but either wordpress is being retunded OR I’m a retund)(apparently I can’t since it’s not a youtube video…meh) yesterday and even though this specific topic didn’t pop into the conversation, it immediately crossed my mind while he was talking about this particular chick.
She(the chick), totally played the field and I was impressed because I never saw her capable of doing that. Interesting eh? Why didn’t I think she was capable of such a skillset usually only publicly displayed by men. And it hit me…
She just did what we(guys) do but discretely.
Haha! I guess that made her slick right? It also made me dumb for not seeing it coming especially as I’m a male and I know we do it waaay too many times a day. And don’t ask me “What did she do?” because that’s none of your damn business and I’ll thank you if you stay out of mine. Hmmm kind of a dumb thing for me to say especially as this is my personal blog and I am putting my business out there anyway.
Anyway I’m trying to not go off on a tangent. So yea…if they can do stuff discretely, why don’t men do the same thing. We’d get away with so much more right? Instead for some reason all the games we play in the dark for the most part come to light and we get caught with our hands in the sweet jar(hahaha). We’re such kids. I guess that answers my title question…unless someone cares to show a different side to this. Till tomorrow peeps.
Keep safe and think critically.
March 26, 2009
My inaugural post and it’s not going to be a happy one. In keeping with my theme of having no real agenda and being extremely random(like the stuff that happens in my life) with this blog;
I lost my wallet!
I was pissed, annoyed and beating myself up at work. I’m actually praying it’s home. There are three things I never leave home without: my iPhone, my wallet and my keys. So now I feel completely naked.
It’s amazing the number of little things that can just upset your entire day. And once your day starts off badly that theme continues throughout the day right? Wrong! Well at least I believe so, I hope so. If I was just more positive then it wouldn’t have affected my day to such a degree. Who knows…at least for right now I succumbed and was vexed all day.
So what do I do now? I’m writing this as I sit in 2 hours of lovely traffic. There are too many damn cars in trinidad(see what I mean about being random??)! Seriously.
- We need wider roads.
- Less traffic lights on the highway
- More turnoffs(flyovers)
- More police policing the highways.
Why? Driving in Trinidad is quite an experience.
Where do I start: someone that turns on their indicator may not actually be turning and the opposite applies; drivers regularly use the shoulders for driving purposes; not obeying traffic lights is more a necessity than anything else. We get away with murder here…don’t take that literally(even though the murderers really do get away with murder, just check yesterday’s newsday frontpage). Yet I still love this country or I wouldnt be living here.
Well that’s that for now. I’m going to pay attention to the road. As much as I’m moving no more than 100m every 30 seconds who knows what could happen driving on these roads.
Keep safe and think critically!
Update: (thanks Mar-see-uh for reminding me to update): I found my wallet. Yea…it was on top of my bedstand thingie. First time ever! Like the time I went to the airport and didn’t have my passport. Events I never thought would happen to ME!