Saturday, May 15, 2010

Don't Hate the Player Hate the Game

So I took this weekend off from going out to regroup. I needed to take a breather away from the bar scene and hang out and have a movie night. Plus Heather canceled on me about 6:30 so what else can I do on a Saturday night. I watched some Twilight, and it just reminded me that I will never find that unrequited love that we all long for. Damn you Stephenie Meyer for giving me this scewed view of reality!

So today I was having a conversation with Mandy and she is now talking to two different guys. And all I have to say about that is YOU GO GIRL!!! She gave me a perfect idea. Why not do this it would be perfect find a couple guys to "date" and who knows! (I use that word loosely) The trick is to think like a guy, and I know this is the difficult part but put the emotions aside. This could actually be a lot of fun and that is what I need. It is called keeping our options open. This is what guys do all the time because they cannot make up their minds. You need to keep them at arms reach, and always keep in contact but not too much contact...leave them hanging a little. They do it to us and it seems to work. Do not ever make yourselves too available because then you will be a booty call and that is a definite no no. It is time to turn the tables and take total control, and do I mean total control!

I don't even think those boys will know what hit'em. I think this could be a fun experiment. I think every single girl should put themselves out there and give it a try...think like a man and let them see how it feels. Okay so they probably won't even notice that they are being played. Boys are too oblivious and stuck in their own little world where the sun and moon revolve solely around them to realize what the in the hell is going on. I bet you would feel better; it would be empowering. Try it out, and let me know your outcomes.

Well that is it for tonight I'm out. Here's to love, life, happiness, and oh yeah the internet!


  1. Is this REALLY what you desire? All men are not the same and just as we end up losing out on a very special woman, under these same circumstances, I believe the roles will switch and women will find themselves in the same boat as men.

    The game is the game, true enough, but it's not all that it's cracked up to be.

    Just a thought.

  2. I would disagree w/ Savino as I am in the same size converse as u girl, you hit the nail on the head about the availability thing tonight babe! I got a HUGE wake up call (yeah u & Mandy already told me) and I realize that by living at the beck and call of another, I have been cheating myself. We are smart, beautiful, and funny women and don't have to deal w/ the issues. Traditionally it's the women thst have them, but due to the "sensitivity (read excuse-for-being-an-ass) movement" the men are overtaking us, LET'S OVERTAKE THEM(on the fun parts)!!!

  3. I agree that no human being should live at the absolute beck and call of another. All that ever appears to do is place whomever in a position where their individual wants and needs aren't being met. If there is no personal satisfaction I cannot see anything but the road leading to misery and possibly depression.

    Since men and women are not of the same genetic makeup I still feel like it's in the best interest of both parties. Which is to say - it's highly improbable for a woman to naturally think like a man and vice verse. The only commonality I can imagine would be for men and women to flow in a natural sense and perhaps learn what does and what doesn't work.

    The question becomes is it possible for a woman to separate herself from womanly emotions?

  4. Savino-You do have a valid point. I do not DESIRE this. I am just fed up with all of the bullshit. Are all men the same...of course not. But I do know enough of them to know that they will all lie, cheat, and steal to get what they want.
    Jamie- You are totally right we are smart beautiful and funny women...WTF. :)

  5. I love it Holli, we are amazing, and someday these idiots that have flowed in and out of our lives will realize just how bad they FUCKED UP! Until Mr. Right comes along, why not have a little fun with Mr. Right-Now?

  6. BEWARE of Mr. Right now, that's all I can say! Love ya girls, and I have faith we will ALL find the perfect guy, although I'm thinking I'm gonna find mine in the nursing home when I'm 87!