jeans ~ Marshalls
t-shirt ~ garage sale
jacket ~ garage sale
booties ~ swapped
bracelets ~ garage sale
earrings ~ F21
jeans~ b. (a resale shop)
jacket~ Banana Republic, thrifted
bracelet~ garage sale
chris and i went out for a date night on saturday and we ended up at our favorite local bar. while there, we were privy to a few eavesdropped conversations around us. one guy in particular was especially cocky, and therefore, funny to us.
he started off the night by telling every woman he talked to that they should work out "like he does". he kept talking about how fit he was and how he worked out all the time. you would think that this guy was the rock or something, but he was probably 140 pounds soaking wet, no muscle tone at all. i guess confidence is a great thing, but cockiness is a little too much.
near the end of the night, he was trying to hard to get this woman to come home with him. i heard the following things come out of his mouth, and had i seen her make any move to go home with him (she didn't), i would have physically stopped her from doing so.
~ i make $75,000 a year and my boss makes $59,000 (really, dude?). he's always trying to tell me what to do and i'm all, "i make $75,000 a year...shut up."
~ not only do i have one phone, i have two. i have a personal and a work phone. my personal phone is $110 a month and my work pays for it.
~ i'm awesome.
now, maybe all of this was true...doubtful, but maybe. however, as i looked around the bar, i turned to chris and i said, "if i had to choose between this guy and the guy over there with the mullet and the ripped-off-sleeves denim top, i'd choose the mullet." seriously, there is something about excessive pride that is a huge turn off.
but he does have two phones, so i'm sure he will find himself a girlfriend soon.