I know, I know… kind of a ridonkulous (haha?) title… possibly even reason for avoiding this entry. Although, I just had to share this with someone.
So after school I got off the LRT and onto the bus, and I was sitting down while this group of people were standing beside me, talking about their day. (I don’t consider it eavesdropping when they are speaking load and clear for everyone to hear, ok?) Anyways, the one girl, let’s call her Teresa (T), was telling this boy, alias is Jeff (J), about her “break-up” she had that afternoon. It went something like this:
“So Jeff, I did it.” – T
“Yea I know, I heard.” – J
“It’s unfortunate. I mean, I only dated him for two weeks but I know he was the one.” – T
“Then why did you break up with him?” – J (good point…)
“Because he didn’t let me use his homework when I forgot to do it.” – T
“You’re kidding?” – J
“Nope. It was really hard though. I mean, yea I’ve only known him a month but it’s really tough when you think about having kids with the person, you know?” – T
“Well then you should just told your friend to dump him for you, then saves you the hassle of dealing with things yourself.” – J
“Oh I never thought of that!” – T
“Consider it for your next boyfriend… Teresa you always say you’re with the one.” – J
“Don’t make fun of me, it’s not my problem every guy who meets me loves me. It’s just unfortunate they aren’t good enough for me.” (No Joke.) -T
“Haha. Don’t kid yourself. The guy actually called you a man infront of everyone.” – J
“WHAT! What did you say? Did you defend me?” – T
(Jeff’s Stop to get off the bus… as he’s leaving…)
“NO I agreed with him. You are a total man looking girl” – J
And she proceeded to bawl.
Now, here’s the kicker to this episode. I assumed these kids were in early high school, judging from their actions, conversation and appearance… but the crying, devastated, single, gift-to-men woman, sat down beside me and proceeded to talk about her weekend plans with another bystander… as it IS going to be her 19th birthday and all…
ARE YOU KIDDING! Not only was I confused the only time (obviously) but it brought me back to when I was 19 (two years ago) and it begs the question: was I ever like that?
When we leave high school, we leave that immaturity behind… don’t we? I mean, the boy calling her a man was a little over the edge but boys will be boys, they say. Girls are supposed to be girls…until they’re women. Or something?
Yea it was a had to be there moment, but I want to pose to the general audience of my blog: when are we supposed to leave the high school-esque girlie drama behind?