9/2/08

Stew is Awesome!!!


"So explain to me why you would name this post that?"

We already talked about this.  You remember we decided that today's post is going to be about self confidence and ways that people show it.  How can you forget a conversation we had earlier today?

"How can you forget that I don't listen to half the crap that comes out of your mouth?"

And you wonder why no one ever takes you seriously.  You are a part of me and I do not even take you seriously.  Do you know how it feels not to take YOURSELF seriously?

"Obviously I do."

Oh......well I guess that makes sense.

Moving on.

Happy Tuesday readers.  How are you liking this 'post everyday' thing that I have going on?  It is not as hard as I thought it would be.  I like feedback, so let me know if I am keeping up with the quality of the posts.

So as you probably already know, today's post is about self confidence and the different ways that people display that confidence.  Some people insult others and talk down to people they feel are inferior.  Others just share their knowledge in a respectful way.  Some people ignore those who they feel are not on their 'level'.  Others acknowledge everyone because they know they have nothing to prove.  My mom tells me that I have this cockiness about me when I get to explaining something that I think that someone else does not know.  I think that she is over exaggerating, but she is never wrong.

One thing that I do on purpose is talk in the 3rd person.  Everyone tells me about how annoying it is, but I think it is funny.  

"I think it is pretty lame."

Not too much more lame than having people put 'King' in front of your name.

"Hey, people are just going to have to respect the fact that I am King Douglass."

Anyway....

Stew is a pretty cool guy. 

I guess he just wants the WORLD to know it too.

~sTeW~ 

8 comments:

Lina said...

Liking the everyday posts...

LOL @ talking in third person....

And I think Stew is a pretty cool guy, even if he may be cocky. :-)

Don said...

Some people insult others and talk down to people they feel are inferior. Others just share their knowledge in a respectful way. Some people ignore those who they feel are not on their 'level'. Others acknowledge everyone because they know they have nothing to prove.


I sat and thought about it, and I agree with you. Basically there are many ways in which a person exhibits self-confidence. And I think it's an ongoing process for many of us. It appears that, eventually, we all arrive at the point where we begin to realize that we really don't have anything to prove.

I almost forgot that you planned to post more often now. Good deal.

Taryn "Skinny Genes" B. said...

ugh my homie use to talk in 3rd person. lol

And self confidence is highly important.

dejanae said...

nothing wrong with that
gotta know ur worth
the talking to urself part?
only im allowed to do it and not be labelled crazy
nah
who am i kidding?
im insanely fabulous.lol

The Love Collective said...

Girl, your blog is hilarious.

http://boughettonews.blogspot.com/

Tuesdai Noelle said...

Stew :)
I really like the personality and character that you show through your blog; humoruous, knowlege from one's point of view, directness, interesting points andddd it's just FUN to read...you always have something new that makes the mind wonder and think...love that :) and I enjoy reading :)

Eb the Celeb said...

ha... i talk about myself in 3rd person too!

Bombchell said...

[scratches head] M.P.D?