Skip to main content

The Winning Bet- The demise of Hedge Fund

So remember Hedge Fund? (see post labeled "Crisis General")the guy who I couldn't make up my mind about whether or not he was hurt and sensitive or just pure jerkwad, well Johnny tell her what she's won! (fake announcer voice) a friend and I were discussing the whole situation and he said a good way to tell a lot about a guy is to ask him what his favorite position is. "His answer will reveal what he thinks about you, not necesarrily the truth, but it will tell you how he feels about you, if he gives a sweet sensitive answer he's bull shitting you, if he gives you a halfway dirty, halfway sweet answer he's flirting and if he just doesn't answer or laughs it off he's into you and doesn't want to scare you away." So this is advice from a male friend I take no responsibility for its authenticity or relevancy lol. So I asked Hedge Fund what his favorite position and this was his reply via text, verbatim, I have changed nothing.
"I like for the woman to be on top, if she knows what she's doing."
Okay none of that seems too bad until you actually stop to think about it. So not only does this guy expect a female to do all the work, now I have to worry about my score? Can I please see the grading rubric before hand please? Exactly what will be on this quiz Mr. Hedge Fund, is multiple choice or essay? (Chuckling uncontrollably)


I mean really? I got the distinct feeling that this guy was really the love 'em and leave 'em type, which is fine if you're honest about it, just tell it like it is dude. I mean I probably would've had more understanding for someone who just came out and said "I'm not looking for anything serious and I'm just kinda looking for someone to "hang out" with." I can respect that kind of honesty. But if that was supposed to be game, you need to change your play book honey, because in the words of Beyonce "you must not know about me."
-Chubby Girl In The World

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Overcoming the "I'm too fat for this."

I have not been posting lately due to many reasons, I'm back in school, I'm working full time again and I've been stuck in a depressive cycle in which I overeat, condemn myself for being a glutton tell myself I'll never amount to anything and then overeat again to make myself feel better. Wow, that sound really crazy when I say it like that. But so many women I know have told me the go through exactly the same thing. We lie awake at night thinking about all the terrible things we did to our bodies that day. I had McDonalds and Taco Bell all in the same day; word to the wise don't do this.

Tomorrow I have to go out networking, normally this is a chance for me to increase our connections or strengthen ones we already have and hopefully broker us more deals in the process but really it's about relationship building and frankly I've been pretty terrible at it lately. Why has my performance decreased so drastically? Because I don't think I deserve to be ther…

Plus Size Business Casual- How to do it right!

Becoming a Fashion Grown up-Chubby Girl In the World Style

Ok, I'll admit it I'm getting old, on Dec. 7th of this year I will be 29! (Silent freak out). What's worse is I'm now a grown up with an early not mid-twenties closet. I feel like I've outgrown the major retailers and need to move on, I'm ready for a more mature fashion relationship but I have fashion issues.
 My key fashion issues:

Short leg, longer torsoBottom heavy in all the wrong placeswhat I call "marshmallow syndrome"- If clothes are too tight, it looks like I'm a sausage, if too loose they not shape at all. So does any of this sound familiar? Here's the advice that has actually worked for me over the years and if I had unlimited funds this is the wardrobe I would create, I' a size 28 which is considered "super sized" so for the sake of argument I'll include designers that stop at size 26 but note them with an asterisk*. Nothing is worse than reading a that one page of Marie Claire dedicated to Plus fashion and realizin…