Can we stop with the male advice for women books please?
Heard on the talk radio this morning another guy (Dr. Eli I think) who has another book to tell women what men think. I guess this is going to be big business seeing as how there is a great number of single women. However, you can read these books all day long and it is not really going to work. Why? Because all men are not the same. What works for one will not necessarily work for another one. Plus the “advice” given in these books can be ridiculous some times. For example, the guy today told women don’t give it up to fast but waiting too long can be bad too. So what are we supposed to attach a an alarm clock to our privates for it to go off at the precise “magic” time? Kind of like a microwave, it will ding when it’s ready.
My advice: be you. There is someone out there who is perfect for who you are now and if there are some little things that you do need to change, then you will change it for that person because they have already accepted most of you as you are. If you have to play games to get and keep a man then he isn’t worth having. #imjustsayin (www.msdanisjustsayin.com)
So I have seen a lot of ‘like this picture if blah, blah, blah’. Then in the comments you see where the person posting is promising to get you thousands of friends just for liking the picture. Say what now? Isn’t Facebook supposed to be a place where you somewhat know the people you befriend or at least know someone who knows the person? I don’t want a whole bunch of random people’s nonsense in my newsfeed. That’s what I have Twitter for. I mean really.
I am forever losing my phone so when I get a new one I am going to get a Perry the Platypus skin so I can go around asking people ‘Have you seen Perry?’. lol. I don’t know why I’m lol-ing. I am so serious. I’ve always wanted to say that :)
Why do people slam on brakes when they see a policemen who has someone else pulled over and is OUTSIDE of his car talking to them. What, do they think he’s going to leave that person stranded and hop in their car and chase after them? Drives me nuts.
Ever get what in what you think is the shorter line but the person in front of you has all sorts of problems (wrong prices, no prices, etc) and to top it off they are paying with a check. Urg. Yeah that happened to me too today. But at least I found some really cute dresses and shoes :)
Michael Eric Dyson said something really profound on The Michael Baisden show today. They were talking about how teenagers dressed particularly with the pants sagging. He said that sometimes (paraphrasing) we got over-involved with trying to get this type of dressed banned and so forth. His advice “Lift their dreams and their pants will follow”. I thought that was pretty awesome.
So this woman who purchased some tickets for her workplace lottery pool (they worked at McDonalds) is claiming that the winning lottery ticket that she has was purchased separately. Yeah I’d stump that heffa down like I was trying to kill a fire ant. #imjustsayin. (Link to the story is at the bottom in the source)
We used to have lottery pools at my office and here is the correct way to do this so that you don’t have any confusion. First, try to pick the most reliable person to go and get the tickets. Chances are everyone that she worked with knew that she was trifling in the first place.
Second, the person should go and get the tickets during the work day. That way, they have to come back to the office and at that time they should make photo copies of the tickets for everyone to have and everyone needs to sign a copy and you all can keep a copy of that too. This is because not everyone plays the pool every week and you may have some sometimers claiming that they played that week when they didn’t and this is your proof.
Third, decide what you are going to do with the money that you win that isn’t the jackpot. If you only get $10 is it going back into the pot to buy more tickets or set aside for something else.
At the end of the day you should just be honest. If this woman is telling the truth and does have the winning numbers and is not sharing out of greed, she should know that nothing good is going to come of the money. And she should look forward to having a miserable life. If I were her co-workers I wouldn’t worry about it, I’d let God handle her. I know it’s a lot of money but I’m serious. These things have a way of working themselves out.