Who do you think you are?

Asking yourself that question works wonders

Was out and about this weekend again with three females; two were friends, one was not.

The two that were friends were out to meet people. They’re both very attractive and when they’re out with people they have no interest in, they’re socially fine. But the moment they like someone, they get shy. Think most people are like that. I was like that too.

But that was a while ago.

Now, I always ask myself: Just who the hell do you think you are?

Works wonders.

As for the girl that was not my friend, that’s a story for a different time.

Location: @9AM, yesterday, walking around the UWS
Mood: productive
Music: You see I’ve forgotten if they’re green or they’re blue Anyway


  1. Oh my! This is going to sound terrible but I was thinking that about the other person. =)In other words, I ask myself, who do you (the other person) think you are that I can't talk to you.Hmmm, shows my own conceit, I suppose. But otherwise you're just drinking by yourself in some corner.Nobody wins there.

  2. Haha, I guess that does take whole new meaning.Not quite a virtue, but a pretty nifty technique I think.Usually I just try to imagine people naked, which by the way, I would never recommend. Backfires most of the time.

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