Monday, June 27, 2011

the scale of radical hotness

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So, if you are in a restaurant, walking past a table, and there are two men your age at that table watching you intently as you go by, and as you pass you hear one of them say to his friend, "yah, I'd say she's about a 4.5" ...are you to assume they mean "out of 10 and therefore just makes it past the 'bar of below averageness'"? Or do you take the positive route, and assume they meant "4.5 out of 4.5 on a scale of radical hotness"? I know which one I'm supposed to pick, but it doesn't mean I like it.

Dear,
men who evaluate women in public
(because we ALL know you do it):

talk quieter.

4 comments:

Colleen Taylor said...

Amen and amen.

Natalie said...

It's not a matter of picking. It's obviously not the first one because a) You're GORGEOUS b)if you were below average they wouldn't have even bothered to comment. Take it for what it is, a compliment from boys with no class.

Colin and Evelyn said...

WOWOWOWOWOWOW wow. Ashley, you are a 4.5 out of 3. Come on now! And you're even more beautiful on the inside.

Those guys are pigs, and pigs roll in mud and sometimes eat their piglets.

E.

Mama said...

It's like your Dad has always said...."Boys are stupid." The operative word of course is "boys". haha