Friday, May 28, 2010

Oh No He Didn't

Several years ago when I was young, I went to this hot club that used to be in Baltimore but has long since met it's demise. It was a fun might with me and my girls.

I met this guy there. There was nothing about him that stood out. He was just an ordinary dude and that was fine. We exchanged phone numbers and talked on the phone a few times. He then decided to ask me out. I agreed thinking we'd have an enjoyable evening eating and going to a movie. The date ended up being OK. Nothing to write home about.

A couple of weeks roll by and we speak a few times on the phone but never managed to get another date together which was fine by me. Then all of a sudden he called me with the craziest request I still can't believe he asked me.

He called and started explaining how he had lost his job and was having difficulty where he was living and he needed to leave. I'm thinking to myself how unfortunate. You poor thing. I truly hope it all works out for you. After nothing more then an "I'm sorry" from me he then asks me if he could move in with me for a little while. Dude, did I just hear you right? You asked to move into my place and I've only seen you twice in my whole life? Are you kidding me? I don't even know your last name yet.

As nice as I could I simply said, " Uh, dude, I feel for your situation and all but this is a queendom in here and that's how it's going to stay."

Needless to say I never heard from him again. I wonder if he's still on the streets? Hmmmmm.....

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Karen said...

That is something that I would have a hard time asking my very best friend! He has a some nerve!

Moooooog35 said...

Maybe he was so distraught about not winning you over completely on the first date that depression ensued followed by anxiety and inability to concentrate at work resulting in his subsequent job loss, homelessness and eventual demise into madness and a messy, messy drug-induced suicide.

But I'm sure his 4 orphan kids he was going to introduce you to will live a very long life in foster care.

Way to go, Tee. Way to go.

Red Shoes said...

YIKES!! I don't blame you... the nerve of that guy...

Although I have to admit... there is little anyone can do or ask anymore that really surprises me...

"People are strange..."
~Jim Morrison~

~shoes~

Just telling it like it is said...

So your saying he was full flege in love with you...sad right that he only wanted to talk to you again so that he could have a place to stay...what a looser

Just telling it like it is said...

Did you tell him you can't be used?

Senorita said...
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Senorita said...

OMG, no he didn't ! You know that he probably felt he could ask you because he conned some chick in shacking up together and bled her dry.

Men can sometimes be so unpredictable......

The Dish said...

Yeah, That guy has some cajones. Or he is just a moron.

Tonya said...

wow that is a very interesting and creepy request. I would of changed my number after that call.

BamaTrav said...

Too funny.

Jeni said...

This is a queendom here -love that! Tell it like it is, Girl!

imbeingheldhostage said...

That is a new angle for getting the woman I guess. Wow. I was once asked to get married so the guy could bring his sister over from Iran. Last time I saw him.