Wanted

Isn’t it funny how people who normally don’t give you the time of day when you are single suddenly wanna be all up in your grill when you aren’t? I mean don’t get me wrong, I know guys always want what they can’t have, but some bitches are down right home-wreckers. Apple guy and I have had conversations on several occasions about the subject. heehee

I originally thought it was kinda funny, but now its kinda getting old. I had the odd luck of being off work early tonight. I’m walking thru the ghaytto to pick up some dinner when a guy1 I’ve seen around for years suddenly grabs my arm while I’m passing bearbucks. Said guy moved here 4-5 years ago. We met randomly thru different friends a few times. Each time I was summarily dismissed as if I barely existed. I mean literally, it was all he could do to acknowledge my presence. I thought it was hilarious and filed him away in my “bless his heart” file.

Imagine my surprise tonight when I turn around to find he is the guy grabbing my arm. I found it funny how hard he tried to establish a sense of rapport between us. I wasn’t biting and politely said as much. I mentioned I wasn’t really interested as I already had a partner. It was then he made the fatal mistake of saying, “what does he have that I don’t?”  I replied, “well for one manners, and two, me!” and walked away. I was tempted to turn and see the look on his face but I didn’t.

Yes, I know it was probably a bit immature of me to take joy in his humiliation, but I can’t help it. Good looks does not excuse one’s behavior, so yeah I took a little personal joy in his comeuppance. And anyone who knows me knows I can’t stand arrogance. Cockiness is hot but arrogance is so 80’s.

  1. We’ll call him Ralphie for simplicity. I have completely forgotten his real name but he looks like a Ralphie to me. []

12 thoughts on “Wanted”

  1. Oh god. Yes I think we've ALL gone through that. But better yet, last week I ran into an old trick from many years past. He wanted to get together and I explained that it wasn't going to happen, that what we had was fun but that was the past.

  2. Revenge is a dish best served ice cold. Although I don't know if this qualifies as revenge, but still, it did feel a little good, did it not?

  3. Good for you! I think you handled it with aplomb and a sense of humor (which may have been lost on poor Ralphie). Kudos!

  4. Someone ACTUALLY said "What does he have that I don't?" SRSLY???

    Just because you are suddenly "dating" and off the table, you somehow become worth his time? WTF!

  5. Oh, and I probably would have said, "My dick in his ass every night."

    @cb ~ well, not EVERY night. :p

  6. Oh geez, you've given me something to think about. I'm ALWAYS more friendly to partnered guys than single ones. It is because temptation is removed and only friendship remains. After reading your post now I'm wondering if the other guys are thinking I'm trying to muscle in on their relationships.

    @Cubby ~ Its possible but if your approach is friendship, I'd be willing to bet more often than not, no. People can usually tell if you are trying to be "more than friends". lol

  7. WOW !!! You should see it as a compliment. Your in love it kinda radiates from you and makes you even more attractive.

    Those that were too blind to see it before are now noticing a bit too late.

    YUP too bad for them.

    If you cant see the goods when its on the shelf in its package dont expect to get a bite once its been sold out from the store.

    🙂

    I know one thing that apple guy is one very lucky dude.

    I am super happy for you Moby

    Enjoy ((((((hug))))))

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