Well…That Was Rude


Hi everyone…so, as you can tell from the title, this isn’t going to be a very happy-go-lucky post.

The other day, I was walking down the street with a friend, and this woman was just walking towards us in a straight line, not making any effort at all to dodge us or move, so we stepped apart and she walked right between us without a word or even a glance.

My friend was pretty unlucky, though…her reaction time wasn’t quite fast enough, and so what did this lady do?

Shoved her. Yeah, just pushed her towards the curb (That’s dangerous, lady!). Again, done without a word or even a glance, just shoved her out of the way and kept walking like nothing had happened.

Well, then…that was obviously not very nice. The people you encounter sometimes…I mean, hello? Some manners would be nice, thanks.

I mean, yes, we all have those moments where we forget our manners and whatnot. But doing things like that is just…well…let’s just say it wasn’t exactly a pleasant experience.

Lesson learned: Don’t go around shoving people on the street because that’s rude.

…perhaps lesson ‘reaffirmed’ would be a better way to put it.


Stay Classy, Ladies…


This picture isn’t exactly related…but I really liked this quote, so…in the post it goes.

Hi everyone! I hope you’ve all been doing well lately. It’s finally the weekend, though, so we all get a bit of a break.

Anyways, let me share a little story with you guys on this fine Saturday evening:

So I had something important to do last week and made myself up a bit for it, foundation, some nude eyeshadow and just went for an overall natural look.

Lucky me, though, it happened to be raining that day. And I didn’t have a raincoat. Or a hood, for that matter. I also realized my bus, which came once every 30 minutes, was coming in 3 minutes so I ran through the rain, hoping I’d make it in time.

Fortunately, my make-up still looked fine after (Total win!). I also realized my watch was a couple minutes fast, so I got there about 5 minutes before the bus came…no need to run after all, I guess.

Unfortunately, I had a very…nice group of ladies sitting in the bus shelter who pointed and laughed at the unfortunate young girl who streaked through the rain thinking she was going to be late for the bus.

Thanks. I appreciate it, ladies.

No, really. We need people like you to remind us all of that kindergarten lesson where we learned about manners and being polite.

They were still chuckling, very obviously, at me when we got on the bus.

Well, alright then. I suppose you really meet all kinds of people on public transportation, huh?