Monique, 39, self-employed, who owns her own car, is dating a man without a car, and says it depends on who the coworker is. She would need to know this in order to decide if she would be okay with her man riding to work with another woman as opposed to catching the bus. Is this selfish or preventive maintenance? “Boy, you better suffer in the rain and ride that bus for our love!” Monique explains that if she felt uncomfortable, she would expect her man to say no. “Honey, I caught that bus in the rain for our love and was so wet by the time I arrived at work I was fired--all for our love, honey. Honey, why didn’t you let me use the car?” Monique furthermore says that in 2013, women are much thirstier than men. “Anybody need a drink?”
Tanya–old enough to know--states that it depends on the person. Is it Natalie or Ambrosia? However, she goes on to say she would expect her man to make a decision in her own best interests. Notice she does not say that she expects her man to make a decision “in OUR best interests;” it’s clearly “MY best interests.” Interesting, isn’t it? “Honey, I took a ride with the neighbor. I thought it would make you feel better knowing that your honey boo was not getting soaking wet in the cold rain.”
Mama from Mississippi, 50-plus, states she would rather her man catch the bus, because women today are far too ratchet and thirsty for her. Basically, they are out to destroy your relationship. Desperate and hating on you, they do not really want your man; they just do not want you to be happy because they are miserable. (Dating and the Desperate 30s)
Now this is what women have to say about other women. Wow! No wonder y’all can’t find a man; you have to get the hate out of your heart for each other first.
Nat, somewhere around 32, asks, “Does she have motives?” Good question, Nat. With no motives, she is like a good neighbor, like the State Farm commercial agents you see on TV. Nat states that nowadays women are like men: aggressive! In the world we live in, the roles are reversed. If it were just a one-time offer, then she would be okay with it, but she would not be okay with regular occurrences. “Oh boy, it’s supposed to rain all week. What am I going to do?”
What’s interesting about these four women, who were interviewed together, is that they all seem to have an underlying distrust for other women. “Girl, you’re cool, but I do not trust you with my man.” I find this quite interesting. What are they really saying to other women? “Stay away from my man, you ho!” My question is, what is it that these women know about themselves, and especially about other women, that makes them so distrustful? This is a blog topic in itself.
The following women were interviewed individually: