I am oblivious to celebrities in Charlotte.
Like, for example, our new client Brooke Gordon. Never put two and two together until she just left. Wow. I never know the Panther’s players strolling a cart through Target either.
…but it’s a life lesson. Life isn’t always hunky vampires and...– Andy, the MTV movie awards.
decisions, decisions. →
Guy next to me while vacuuming out my car, clearly trying to make converssation: "Hey girl...how do you like that Acura there?
Me, clearly trying to avoid him: "I love it. Would buy another if I had too."
***five silent minutes******
Same Guy next to me (who I have observed is at least 30): "You look like my old high school prom queen"
Me, very "leave me alone"-ish: "hahaha. Well, that wasn't me."
Guy, jokingly : "I was about to be like 'Cindy, is that you?'"
Me, very awkwardly: "Yeah, def. not me! I guess I will take that as a compliment though..."
Guy, very confidently: "Yeah girl, 'cause you look good."
I have heard a LOT of lines, but this takes the cake. (to be followed a week later by the young Indian cashier who asked when (while I was wearing a long dress) if I was "going to the prom").