Are you kidding me!
by, 24th August 2014 at 08:05 AM (736 Views)
Well, I saw Doctor Who today, but instead about being that, this is a rant.
So apparently a female friend of mine has "complained" to my male friend, talking about it with others girls telling him to tell me to start wearing belts because my butt crack apparently is showing (It's not even that much), and when I texted her, telling how I felt hurt because instead of directly talking to me about it, she goes ahead and says it is highly inapperiate for a girl to talk about this with a guy no matter how close they are. And despite still telling her I feel upset about this, she's telling me to talk about my pastor about boundaries. WTF! It's not like I am doing this on purpose, my belts are acting stupid (By the way, this same girl has a butt crack showing every now and then). She still doesn't get that all she had to do, to say directly to me can you or you should wear belts (Apparently she's blind, as I do wear them) and I would have gotten the hint, because she's already said pull her pants up.
It pisses me off, embarrasses me and upsets me, that instead of talking about it with me, she tells my friend to do it, and she still doesn't think she has done anything wrong, and acting like she's scarred by this. Apparently it makes them uncomfortable, because it's my fault. Well you know what, you don't like it, STOP FRACKING LOOKING! I don't want to see the tip of your butt crack either, but I don't say anything because I know it's not your fault.
She doesn't even say sorry, or anything. I don't think she's even a friend, not if she is telling me to talk to one of the guys or pastor about boundaries, you know because apparently I love waving my ass in front of people (Instead where it's obivous I always pull my pants up, or bring down my shirt when I stand up because she mentioned that). I can't talk to her, no I am sorry you pull this crap with me, I am going to be upset.
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