Posts tagged ‘Women’

Dating game and the subsequent rule. (attention men this may get a little bitchy)

I have in the last couple of days had some interesting conversations with some single girls and it has motivated me to write this piece. The main topic of conversation has been “does he like me and should I ask him if he likes me?”
Alright ladies he’s what I live by currently if a guy doesn’t have the balls to ask you out or make it clear, with words that he likes you HE IS NOT CURRENTLY WORTH YOUR TIME. Society has told us as women that we are supposed to be in a relationship and that there is an undefined age at which being single is a sign that something is wrong with us and we feel this pressure to find a boyfriend an we will do anything to get one. Stop it! Stop doing the work for the man. We are letting them off the hook, they are supposed to purse us and chase us. It’s actually in there biological nature to do that and if we keep throwing ourselves at them, and chasing them down with questions like, do you like me, would you date me, do you think about me? We are doing there job for them. We have made ourselves like an all you can eat buffet, all they have to do is show up and they can have there pick of whatever they want. Do you really want a guy who looks at you that way. Frankly I certainly do not. I want him to work for my attention, he better show me he is not like all the rest.
The main reason men do not live up to our standard is because we let them be less than we want because we are to afraid to be ourselves and be alone. We as women have enormous power and if you don’t find yourself and love being you when you are single then you will never find or know the power that you have. Stop chasing men and start chasing your dreams. A man can’t chase something that’s sitting still or following them around. Stop being the reason men are lazy. Make them freaking work for you attention.

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Women drivers

A couple of weeks ago my relief driver at work made a minor judgement error about the height of the delivery truck and the lowness of an over hang. This error resulted in a significant crunch in the delivery truck and a building over hang. I am not telling you this for pity or to rant, I tell you this as back story for the true tale I am about to tell you.

I made my morning deliveries in perfect time, and was almost to my major stop of the day at North Valley Hospital in Whitefish when the light in front of me turned yellow and then red, I being a quality driver stopped and waited for the light change. As I waited I noticed another delivery truck across the intersection, and beings as there is an unspoken bond between delivery drivers nation wide I raise my hand to wave as they turned left. To my surprise the driver raised his hand not in a wave but pointing out to his passenger the large dent in the upper corner of the box. With craned heads and laughing faces they completed the corner. I hung my head for a moment wishing I could have written on the truck somewhere “It wasn’t this women driver!” but I did laugh too, it’s a pretty nasty looking crunch and I am sure they felt bad for me, but I need to hang on to all the respect I can, being in an environment dominated by males, I need to make sure they know I am the real deal. Honestly it was the funniest part of my day. I did returned to work and asked again how long it would be before the part for the truck arrived.

Until then…