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?!)


;)

4 comments:

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!