I am usually the last one to say something like this, but this whole exchange made me wicked uncomfortable. The all-too-familiar forced, artificial, and nervous sweetness and mock expressions of having been flattered, all to de-escalate a rapidly inappropriate and kind of scary interaction.
Be a nice girl and don't give the crazy man any reason to get angry with you and hurt you. GAH. I hate when I revert to that kind of shit, and the truth is, I only do it when I am legitimately afraid of someone.
Also, as others said, for the love of Christ, don't admit fault, liability, or anything of this sort on text messages, voice mail, or anywhere else. JESUS.
@NorieY Yeeeeeeeeeah. I don't want to force a label on the event that the LW isn't comfortable using, but holy shit, more red flags than the time the Matadors' Union and the Semaphore Enthusiasts Convention booked the same hotel.
If you were on the Obama campaign (or on the Romney campaign, or on the really-endearing Gary Johnson campaign), how would you go about attracting the readers of The Hairpin?
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@teenie Not only at a lady's house, but in a lady's bed, cuddling? Hayell no.
@Bunburying I thought the same thing! Disliking the "combo of surgery (sharp things) with his most special place (his junk)" is not just a dude thing. I don't want surgery up in my lady parts if not necessary either?!
@Bunburying I wish it would disappear from the Earth.
(But the advice is good!)
"In other words, he's a guy."
I have no problem with the advice here! And I like this Married Guy! But seriously I wish this phrase and others like it would just disappear from Ask a Married Guy and Ask a Dude forever.
No one is winning in this story. Even the vodka sodas are just embarrassed to be sitting there all $14 and sweating water.
@Myrtle Hey! Being from some "flyover state" isn't a bad thing. There are LOTS of driven, good people, with rock solid values from the flyover states!
I do agree that this man seems like a tool, but as a proud country girl, I take some offense that you state someone's origins as a major flaw.
The rest of your paragraph I can support wholeheartedly.
BUT WHERE IS MOOSE? He is going to be so mad when he hears Midge has been going on dates with other guys.