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Tuesday, April 25, 2006

What pisses me the fuck off, part 1 of many, I'm sure


Here is the thing. Sometimes I wonder why the FUCK I try to be friends with da chicks. I mean, as a gross generalization, I assert the following - women are catty, backstabbing, fickle, bitchy, sneaky, underhanded, and chicken shits who will talk shit behind your back soon as look at ya. My friends when I was in high school and college were predominantly male. What is it about having the testicles that makes men somewhat less inclined to sell out their friends? Life was way easier then too. I kept the chicks (except for a few well-chosen girls) at an arm's length. As I have grown up a tad more and entered the work world, I thought that perhaps women were a bit more mature than the girls I had encountered in the past. Um, not so much the case. They are just way better at manipulating situations and turning things around to suit what they perceive to be reality.

I have always wanted to be friends with women who had that whole "we are one big sisterhood" mentality. Sadly (or maybe not sadly and I truly mean no offense to y'all) the only place I have found this is in the blog world. My IRL friends (again with a few notable exceptions) have proven to be just as ridiculous as the girls from my past. The women I have encountered on here have almost completely revamped my opinion of the fairer sex. This was quite the job being that my opinion of women in general sucks donkey dicks. So y'all should be pretty proud of y'allselves. LOL

Let me tell you the situation that has incurred my wrath today. A girl I used to work with just got married. I am really excited for her. She is a great girl and deserves some happiness because, trust me, I have met her ex and she paid her damn dues, OK? I received the invitation to her shower that is being held after the wedding (long story why this is being done this way). I emailed another girl that I used to work with who I have not seen in FOREVER to see if she was going to the shower because I would love to see her. OK, that was my mistake. I should have never assumed. However, this girl hung out with me and the now married chick a lot. I know that married chick and this girl continue to be at least fairly close so I just naturally assumed that she was invited. I know, completely stupid ass move on my part and I felt really bad when it became incredibly apparent that your girl was never invited. Um, nice. I agree that this was my mistake but I see no good fucking reason why this girl should have been excluded except for her not making some sort of clique-ish popularity list. Trust me, something about this stinks. I smell some sort of bullshit reason coming as to why this girl was not invited. Oh, and TRUST ME, I will bring it up when I am there on Saturday. Oh yeah, I will.

I'm just a bitch that way.

Elizabeth at 12:50 PM



at 3:04 PM Blogger The Kept Woman said...

The bigger the pond, the better the fish.

Blogger exposes you to the whole world and IRL we are confined to those people we are physically close to.

We are cool bitches.

That said...I'll be awaiting what I'm sure will be a very interesting response after the shower.

It suddenly occurred to me...do you think Bride didn't invite Left Out because she didn't feel close enough and felt like it would just be tacky (being that a gift is involved and all)? Just wondering...if not just tell me to f&^K off.

at 3:04 PM Blogger The Kept Woman said...

Damn...that was long...sorry

at 4:34 PM Blogger speckledpup said...

I think you should take her and neither of you take a gift and she should wear shirt that says "crasher" on it.
Eat all their goodies, win all the games and fart every chance you get.
Leave a wonderful memory as pappy used ta say.

awe but you're probably nicer than me.

at 4:59 PM Blogger Jen said...

Oh...I just was telling my husband two days ago that there's a reason I don't like having girl friends. There's too much drama and backstabbing. That's why currently IRL I don't have tons of friends. I prefer to keep just the few I have and trust.

at 7:13 PM Anonymous lawbrat said...

This may sound very odd, or not. I feel the same way. Always more male friends than female. I've made an effort to make more female friends- but they all dont like female friends too- for the same backstabbing, bitchy, catty reasons. It seems to work well- females that have female friends that dont typically like female friends.

Make sense? Hope so, cuz i'm not sure it does to me and I wrote it!

at 8:06 PM Blogger Football Widow said...

I will agree that women are backstabbing bitches. I have been very lucky and found some cool bitches here around time and in the blogging world. But, you have to be careful before you let your guard down.

I'll be interested to see what the reason is.

at 9:54 PM Blogger Pissy Britches said...

Women are bitches.
But I heart you and I wish you lived right beside me so we could be bitches together.
I am a bitch but I am a loyal bitch and that's the difference.

at 7:21 AM Blogger Summer said...

I couldn't agree with you more. I have had life long friends turn their back on me for things I had no control over. I'm very wary of women. But, I have found that the older you become, the better the friendships are.

at 9:48 AM Blogger Tammy said...

Yea - what TKW said.

I would totally say something too. I couldn't resist. I guess that is why I heart you so much, SFG.

at 2:39 PM Blogger Sea_creature said...

I couldn't agree more about women. I have few friends because I personally don't like that 'one big group of bitches' mentality. I'm more of a one on one type of person anyway.

Though, I have to say I'd like to have more friends in the blogging world. Seems kinda like junior high to me right now. Trying to get into the clique of 'cool chicks' (who have a lot of readers) and getting ignored. People either have tons of readers and tons of blogs to read themselves so they don't have time for you...or they're not really into blogging that much so they don't update or read that often. I just have to remind myself not to take these things personally.

Uh-huh...I'm rambling in your. Sorry 'bout that!

at 9:21 PM Blogger Deodand said...

I don't have very many female friends either, for the same reasons. I find that women are very tribal; they draw a circle around themselves and anything outside the circle is somehow inferior.

I also see a lot of women only being nice to others when they need something from them. I find this trait especially irksome.


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