Saturday, January 10, 2009

A Recent Conversation...

...With a girl in my third period fashion class went something like this:

Girl: So yeah, the cops totally showed up and everything. It was totally crazy!

Me: Oh, was that at your New Years Eve party?

Girl: Mhmm.

Me: Yeah, I was going to go to a party, but all my plans fell through.

Girl (following up an earlier conversation): I'm sorry (not at all sorry), but I still can't see you going to a party. Except if it was like, a tea party.

*people were standing around listening this whole time, by the way*

Me: Um...

Girl: Yeah, like look at you with your pearls and everything. I can totally like see you as more of a sorority girl.

Me (sarcastically imitating her, because at this point I was getting a little miffed): Um, like, yeah...I totally love going to the Country Club for lunch banquets hahahaha!

Girl: Ehmagawd yeah I can totally see you doing that lolz!

Later, my friends, who had heard this whole conversation take place supported me and told me how rude they thought she was. But I don't mind all that much. This is practically a complement anyway. In fact, if I was a totally different person, I might have done something like this:

Me: Oh, HAHAHA you are SO FUNNY. Well. I'd rather be that then a pretentious little partying slut-faced-hoe-bag-who-brags-about-getting-drunk-and-being-taken-advantage-of.

But alas, I am not that person. And that would not be proper, would it? (What would Muffy say?!)



Always Pretty in Pink said...

I've had pretty much that exact same conversation... I've learned to just ignore it. :)

Liana said...

i agree when people laugh its cuz they know they wouldnt get into your country club ;)

emily said...

ugh I hate things like that - keep your chin up

I used to have a similar thing with my school uniform - it really identified you as a going to the girls school & we used to get alot of hassle from the people at the comprehensive school [awful place] but I think you'd rather be remebered for handling a situation with dignity & class, than be remebered for making a fool of yourself in front of everyone!!

Emily xx

Norah said...

Haha, that's a great response!! I would have said the same thing. Funny, I guess she doesn't realize that sorority girls love to party!