Not Fatal Fridays!!!
"I am so sick of Stew coming in here and complaining about this. This can not wait until Friday."
What are you doing? I was going to post about this tomorrow. Seems to me like you are trying to steal my ideas.
"I think this is much better suited for a Not Fatal Friday segment."
Can not argue with that.
"So if you would excuse me I would like to start my segment now."
Be my guest.
"Sometimes Stew and I go out and we encounter a reoccurring problem. The strange thing is that we did not come across this problem much in undergrad, just from certain females. Whenever we go out to the club neither one of us likes to be wall flowers. We love to get out there and dance. There have been some nights where we dance from the moment we get in line to get into the club to when we lay down to get some much needed sleep. The difference is that we were at A&T. As all of you may or may not know, A&T is a school in the south."
I will ask the question that others want to. What does the fact that A&T is in the south have to do with anything?
"As everyone knows, there is a big difference between northern and southern people. I am only interested in the difference between northern and southern females. The focus is on one particular issue that I can't understand."
"Why is it that a dance means so much to northern girls? In the north it seems like dancing is look at more like a courtship than a dance. Growing up, and in college, when I danced with someone, it was just that...a dance and nothing more. I have pulled really wild stunts on the dance floor, but once the dance is finished then there is nothing more to it. I just can not understand why northern females can not look at it the same way. It boggles my mind. It's almost like dancing is equivalent to sex, if you dance with one girl then you had better not try and dance with her friend. They will throw a hissyfit and look at you like you just killed a kitten with a newborn riding on its back. "
That is pretty frustrating. Almost makes you not want to dance at all.
"So this is my public service announcement to all the northern females who look at dancing like it is the first step towards marriage..."
"A guy dancing with you, your friend, or anyone is not fatal, therefore it's no big deal."