RHS #11 – Inside voice and Outside Voice

5 thoughts on “RHS #11 – Inside voice and Outside Voice”

  1. He must be a real asshat. It takes me far less than six minutes to assess proportionality.

    Just kidding, there. Except about the asshat part.

    If there’s one thing I’ve learned about this situation, it’s to keep my mouth shut. Unless posed a direct question, I’m silent as a ninja when women speak negatively about their own bodies. This isn’t because I agree or disagree, only that I know I’ll say something profoundly stupid if I open my mouth.

  2. Ya I once had a drunk friend loudly proclaim that I had a great ass in the middle of a restaurant where children were present. Why was he drunk in a restaurant in the middle of the day? That’s a story for another time. Men suck!

  3. just be glad it was a compliment and not a you’ve-got-this-other-body-part-that’s-great-to-make-up-for-your-chest comment šŸ˜‰

  4. I envy you your ability to spot the asshats from the get-go. In that same position, I probably wouldn’t realize until after the date that his comment was inappropriate. On the other hand, most of my friends are guys so I’m kind of used to the sticking-foot-in-mouth scenarios to the point that I hardly notice them anymore.

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