So my husband called me today to tell me something he thought I would find funny. And what he proceeded to talk to me about I thought was not only funny, but it definitely got me thinking. My husband is an Account Manger for a large beverage company, so he has his own route and knows what the area looks like and the type of people that typically frequent the area. He informed me, that today at a convention center by one of his accounts, they were having a large business convention today. First thing that popped in my mind since we live in “flashy” southern California, is, “oh there’s probably either a lot of rich people there or a lot of people thinking they’re rich there.” He informed me that there was an abundance of business men in suits pulling up in Bentley’s, Ferrari’s, Lamborghini’s, and so on. I proceeded to roll my eyes. You see, I’m a down to earth, doesn’t hardly wear make-up if ever, almost minimalist type of girl. So whenever I see people trying to flash their money around like they’re some sort of king it pretty much disgusts me. I mean why do you REALLY need a car that costs more than what a lot of people make in a year?! Not to mention the maintenance on a piece of machinery like that costs!
Anyways, back to the story, my husband also informed me that there has suddenly become a shmorgishborg of tightly clothed women in the area all of a sudden…hmmm. Why’s that you ask? Good question I don’t get it either! A lot (not all, I know there’s probably a select few that still have a heart), but most of them are so consumed with themselves and their money, how could you possibly, find that attractive? Then my husband mentioned the really funny part, “what if the roles were reversed?” Here’s the current picture: men all covered up from neck to toe in a suit, socks and shoes, being “business men,” then there’s the women wearing as little as legally possible, trying to “act as if they’re in the same area, at the same time, for something, coincidently.” But here’s the question, what if the women were all dressed from neck to toe in business suits, and the men were wearing as little as legally possible? Would it be looked at the same? And why are there always a large group of women that flock to “business men” like that, hoping and wasting their life trying to get with these guys for their money. If the money is really what these women want, if they spent all the time they waste trying to find that “rich man” on going to school and getting a degree and ACTUALLY using it, they wouldn’t have to whore themselves out, and they could find a real man that will actually love them, and show affection to them, like I’m sure these women, also, want.
I know some people may not agree with me on all of this, but that’s ok! That’s what makes the world go around…I guess. 🙂 But I’m sure there is one thing we can all agree on, is it would be pretty funny to see men trying to flaunt everything if the roles where reversed!
What are your thoughts on seeing things like this?