Friday, 10 July 2009

Five types of women all men hate!!!!!!

I stumbled across a blog called The Fly Guy Chronicles and he posted an interesting piece about the types of women men don’t like. I don't always believe everything I read and don't follow these rules/tips like a second hand bible or anything, but it is always interesting to hear a brother’s perspective on things.

We can’t always follow the advice that our home girls tell us and if like me (what I used to do) you tend to go to a handful of people to relay your relationship dilemma and get a mixed bag of advice. E.g. What you should do/ What you should have done/ No I wouldn’t stand for that/ He did what? blah, blah, blah. Your sometimes left more confused than when you started. So of course listen to your girl friends but if you’re lucky enough to have a PLATONIC male friend then I think it’s always good to hear his thoughts. As he is after all a man and he should kind of know how the male species operate?!?! Check out the 5 types below......

1. Ms. “Stick In The Mud”
This woman never seems to have any fun … ever. Her idea of a good time is probably a quiet evening at home reading the encyclopedia while eating a Lean Cuisine. On top of that, she doesn’t know how to give or take a joke, since she takes herself way too seriously. Will you relax … please?

2. Ms. “No One Else”Ms. “No One Else” wants all of your free time—every single second of it. As soon as the two of you get close, she stops talking to all of her friends and expects you to do the same. Some men may reluctantly agree, but that arrangement soon grows old.

3. Ms. “Something To Prove”Ms. “Something To Prove” has always worked hard to show the world she was capable of doing anything she set her mind to. And while the entire male population applauds her strength, we get kind of tired of her reminding us about it throughout the entire date.

“I’ve got a good job.”
“I don’t need a man to do anything for me.”
“I’ve always been independent.”
“I’m going to write a book encouraging other women to be strong like me.”

Honestly, we’d rather listen to a Paula Abdul Greatest Hits album than to sit through an entire evening of that.

4. Ms. “Read My Mind”
For some reason, Ms. “Read My Mind” expects her man to know exactly what she’s thinking at all times. As a result, she constantly tests him, using his responses to gauge his level of love. This type of behavior should be avoided, as very few men are interested in dealing with the constant guessing games.

5. Ms. “Chatterbox”Communication serves as the cornerstone for all serious relationships. However, some women overdo it a bit. The problem with Ms. “Chatterbox” is that she spends most of her time talking, and none of it listening. Before long, this type of woman grows even more annoying than that one drunk uncle who always tries to hit on your female friends.

Thursday, 9 July 2009


Who remembers The California Raisins?!?!? A friend and I were having a discussion recently and she said that a famous somebody looked like a California Raisin. As this celeb has been in the spotlight quite a bit of late it would be a bit insensitive for me to name call.

Any whoo the raisins would often give me my daily dose of Saturday morning entertainment with their weekly cartoon antics and sing songs. Who would have thought that raisins would be so big? Their merchandise sales included toys, lunchboxes, clothing you name it as well as a Motown album. The California raisins were too cool and they looked so cute I could just eat them!

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

Drama Week 9

Only one more week of drama to go boo hoo!! Yesterdays class was quite clam after the adrenaline rush of last weeks Monologue Slam. I must confess I wasn’t really in the mood to get into role plays and act until my hearts content as I hadn’t quite settled back from Switzerland (I’m going to upload my Montreux Jazz Festival blog later). I was a bit sullen and withdrawn for the first ten minutes (childish behaviour I know) however this soon changed once we did our usual warm up exercises.

Once again we played with props which included wigs in various different sizes and colours, clothing, a tennis racquet and a whole array of other bits and bobs. We then went had to go around the room to act out an improvisation. It’s so funny to see how creative people can be when put on the spot. Next up was monologues, we had to recite a piece selected by our tutor Hawa (I so love her-she is too cool for school). Lastly we all gave feed back for what we wanted to be included in our final week. I can’t believe my ten weeks is up already, it has gone so quickly.

The feed back I received from last week slam was that I came across confident, commanded the stage and projected my voice well. However the judges felt that the piece I picked was too easy and that I should have chosen something more challenging. A piece that would have stretched me a bit more; I have to say I agree with them!
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