Girls, I know we talked about this before, so sorry.... BUT it has now happened to me. It appears that I have been wearing the wrong size bra the last 2 years. I am a little upset at how large my boobs actually are. ugh.
That almost evetyone is in denial is part of the reason we wear the wrong sizes. People think a = small, b = normsl, c = big, and everything bigger than that is porn star sized
not to mention that many stores seem to ignore many bra sizes.
speaking of bras, i found one of those moving comfort bras at the dillards clearance center in my size (only sports bra i saw too) for $7!!!!!
oh, and this is probably an odd thing to give away, but i have some nice 34D bras i'm getting rid of since i've realized my correct size and have finally amassed a decent collection in that size. does anyone want them? i'll ship them to you, pm me.
I really wish I could say yes.
ha, i didn't notice it until you said something.
my face looks like shit. thank god the guy never followed-up on the first date that was supposed to happen today. all sorts of zits, gross. this coming off cymbalta and feeling sick and sleepy all the time shit needs to end.
1. I'm slightly confused - I just went to refill my birth control and the total was $0. I don't know WHEN my plan started fully subsidizing it, or if it's just some weird computer glitch, but I am definitely not complaining.
2. I never realized before how versatile and fabulous a good black maxi dress is.
So can someone please give me a tutorial on what the best way is to politely say no to a dude asking for your number? I am sure that a lot of you encounter this issue a lot more than I do. I find it easy if the guy is being a jerk. But if he's genuinely trying and sort of awkward and not douchey, it's just so heartbreaking to say no.
Today while waiting for the bus, a guy came up to me and complimented me on my tights (plain, black) and then after an awkward two minute silence asked me for my number, at which point I said no. And then he asked me if I wanted his number, and then I said no again. And then he looked so sad.
I don't even know. How do you all handle it?
"I'm actually seeing somebody, but it's sweet of you to ask."
You would think that would be a deterrent, but in my experience that only makes them try harder, like it's some sort of challenge.
That's the point at which you're not obligated to be polite, then.
That seems reasonable.
I should also say for the record that I admire the guts it takes to go out on a limb and ask a stranger for a number. I find the mere thought terrifying.
I always just assume people who approach without knowing me already are fairly indiscriminate and therefore can't be hurt much by a rejection, even if it's delicate.