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No Losers Please

Just recently, I dated a loser, I can tell you more about that in a later blog post I have planned. But anyway - one day I was chilling with said loser and he needed me to help him set up his 'new' touch screen phone. While I was trying to log into his Facebook page he received a text from another girl that read "Hey sweaty - what's up" It's funny because I wasn't mad and because I am pretty sure that this wasn't a case of auto-correct madness. This heifer really spelled SWEETIE wrong and I saw the previous texts to prove this. Unless there was some sort of inside joke that made it okay for her to affectionately call him sweaty, the fact that he was either a. oblivious to the fact that she wasn't spelling her chosen term of endearment correctly or b. He wasn't offended about being called sweaty. Either way - I realized he was an idiot.

Have you ever been involved in a situation or with a person and had an awakening that made you realize it was completely nuts? Oh you do, please share!


  1. I'm sorry, this is so hysterical!! Good for letting that dude go. Sweaty! Baahaha!!!!

    (Not to be stalker-y, but your name popped up on my twitter suggestions and I followed you here. This is AJ in TS @ Main)

    Sooo been there. Dodged some MAJOR bullets and later wondered WTF I was thinking.


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