LIVING IN PURGATORY:
And when did we become a society plagued by overt opportunists? Not too long ago, a person hit on me. He stated that he was NOT easy and never puts out on the first date. They angled for me to take them to a nice restaurant. Oh... and they ALWAYS order a nice bottle of wine. Ahem. IF I want to treat you to a nice dinner and a bottle of wine, it will be MY decision. Not yours... prostitute.
Speaking of prostitutes, look at some of the gays who are getting married. Apparently, marriage is the act of legally binding yourself to another human being so you can have access to their credit line, get lots of "awwww's", and a facade of prestige in the community. Never mind the best man is the one you are fucking. Can you at least NOT trick with others a month before and after you get married? Will it absolutely kill you to have some semblance of morals and not make a mockery of marriage for those of us who do? TRUST ME... your "I LOVE MY HUSBAND!" status updates look fake and your marriage one big sham concocted for attention. Yay, gay rights. :(
One more thing. It has come to my attention that all the gym and tennis check-ins I do on FB is a major turn-off. I typically brush off such criticisms by considering the source. You know, the ones who ALWAYS post pics of themselves with a drink in their hand or checking-in at bars.
The person wagging their finger caught me at the wrong time. I wouldn't say I went holier-than-thou on them, but I didn't mince words either. If you are truly tired of being SQUISHY, then perhaps you should frequent gyms more and bars less! The sad thing is that they used to have a nice body, but their boozy lifestyle made their weight balloon up 50 #'s once they reached the age of 30.
I texted them pics of what a 44 year old looks like who rarely drinks and checks-in to gyms and tennis courts:
Okay, I'm not Jimbo. I'm done bitching. Hallelujah!
This past weekend, I did find ONE DAY to drive down to New Orleans and experience Southern Decadence. I was pleasantly surprised that it was not overly crowded as in past years. I am chalking that up to getting into the city in the morning and getting out at a decent hour. It was nice to hangout with some familiar friendly faces and see my bud Chris again for the first time in 10 years. See, I can be social and pretend to like people... in small doses. ;)