Girls I'd like to punch in the face... But cant. Because thats wrong.
Every guy has had this experience, let me share one of mine with you.
I was at the grocery store buying some alchohol (not the drinking kind, the burning kind) and some other first aid stuff i needed. I head up to the check out line and there is a pretty girl working the register, so I picked her line. I was just casually talking to my friend, laughing, joking, whatnot, and when I get to her in line I start talking to her. I said something like this "hey how are you feelin tonight, (looking at her nametag) jenny" . She kinda shrugs and says she is doing okay. I give her the ol' "I'm sure you'd be better if you weren't at work" bull****, again, just shooting the ****, no strings attatched.
She gives me some sarcastic ass remark and procedes to call me joe (my name is not joe), like I was calling her out or something by using her name.
I was stunned. What is the deal with girls nowadays?
Number one, I wasnt trying to pick her up, that had to be obvious. Just some harmless flirting (if you could even call it that).
Number two, even if I was trying to pick her up I wasnt acting like an ******* or some shovanistic prick who wants to take her for a ride in my benz.
I'd like to think that this girl just doesnt have very mature (or developed) social skills and didnt know how to handle the situation, so she instinctivly turned to aggression. But i see this sort of stuff happening all the time now-a-days.
Even at work I hear girls complaining about how they allways get hit on at work, or out to eat, or at the mall, or wherever, and then ten minutes later they complain that they cant find a boyfriend.
I've even had arguments with them about how if "you treat every guy that tries to talk to you like an ass, the only person you are going to end up with is some douche bag whom takes advantage of you at the club you have to go on the weekend because you dont have a boyfriend because you are so freakin' INSANE".
Its a vicious cycle.
I surely hope some of you can relate to this situation.