Remember the old saying, “Whatever can go wrong will go wrong?” Well, I assume Murphy never had to contend with a clingy woman on Facebook.
That’s right, folks. Last Saturday, I wound up adding yet another one of these “clingy women” (you know, the kind of woman that all men should avoid) on Facebook and she wound up blowing up my inbox with messages after she asked me if I was real because her former significant other was not real. I hate when women do that and it is a clear sign that she’s needy and desperate, a quality in women that I don’t find attractive yet they try to force their drama on you because they’re under the impression that you’re a nice guy. This is another reason why men don’t end up attracting the woman they want because women like these keep getting in the way.
And she wouldn’t let up. Later that night, we kinda got into an argument that I had her figured wrong after I told her that it isn’t going to work out and she replied that she was looking for friends only and not a relationship. The truth is that she came onto my page with her drama right out of the gate. And you know what? I don’t accept women like that anymore. I can’t be the White Knight anymore and the sooner women like her realize that, the better.
And after that night, I ignored her for the rest of the week despite the fact that she continued to blow up my inbox every several minutes trying to talk to me even though I disabled Facebook chat. Thank you, needy desperate women for showing me why I don’t use Facebook chat.
Of course that wasn’t the only thing that plagued me this week. I came down with a bit of a cold which is ironic because I had the same thing around this time last year and I was coughing for two months. It looks like it has come and gone, but I may have to consider getting a flu shot next week at Walmart. And speaking of work, I also had a TV fall on my leg the other night while I was binning TVs. I was all right, but my leg was sore for a whole day. And on top of that, my Twitter account was hacked again and I had to go and change my password. That’s always fun. It was like Murphy’s Law was against me this week.