And Make All the Right Moves
Have you ever spoken and wished that you could immediately take the words back...or that you crawl into a hole? Well, this ain't no drama entry but yes I did say a few words that hurt other people which I can't take back. So it's really important to think first before blurting it out. I also have a share of those "blonde moments" with my peers, it can be funny but made me look stupid. I found these testimonials in the womansavers forum I visited. Here are 4 reasons why you should think before you speak-the last one is great!
1. I walked into a hair salon with my husband and three kids in tow and asked loudly, "How much do you charge for a shampoo and a blow job?" I turned around and walked back out and never went back. My husband didn‘t say a word...he knew better.
2. I was at the golf store comparing different kinds of golf balls. I was unhappy with the women‘s type I had been using. After browsing for several minutes, I was approached by one of the good-looking gentlemen who works at the store. He asked if he could help me. Without thinking, I looked at him and said, "I think I like playing with men‘s balls."
3. My sister and I were at the mall and passed by a store that sold a variety of candy and nuts. As we were looking at the display case, the boy behind the counter asked if we needed any help. I replied, "No, I‘m just looking at your nuts." My sister started to laugh hysterically. The boy grinned, and I turned beet-red and walked away. To this day, my sister has never let me forget.
4. While in line at the bank one afternoon, my toddler decided to release some pent-up energy and ran amok. I was finally able to grab hold of her after receiving looks of disgust and annoyance from other patrons. I told her that if she did not start behaving "right now" she would be punished. To my horror, she looked me in the eye and said in a voice just as threatening, "If you don‘t let me go right now, I will tell Grandma that I saw you kissing Daddy‘s pee-pee last night!" The silence was deafening after this enlightening exchange. Even the tellers stopped what they were doing. I mustered up the last of my dignity and walked out of the bank with my daughter in tow. The last thing I heard when the door closed behind me, were screams of laughter.