A simple ‘OK’ would have sufficed

quinnI’m not a fan of long text messages and emails. That might be one reason why I like Twitter. If you can’t express your thought and/or comment in 140 characters or less, you really should think harder before sharing it.

Think of how a long text/email would be in-person…lienhanced-buzz-28459-1380130392-4ke someone just standing in front of you, blathering on about things without pausing for you to respond.

Crazy people do that.

Speaking of crazy…while I’m not a fan of long texts/emails…I am a fan of crazy single-and-dating women, and the insane things they do. It’s better than a Real Housewives marathon.

And, this woman is all sorts of crazy.

Quinn Woodward Pu (pictured above) apparently went on a first date with a guy, then invited him to a birthday party she was hosting. That right there says “I move fast.”

So, the guy sent her an “I’m not feelin’ it” text (also above). But, Crazy Quinn didn’t like that. So, she responded, also via text. Get comfy.

texttext2I mean…the lady doth protest too much. And, she did whaaaat with messages he sent her?! Bunny boiler alert. The guy dodged a major bullet with this psychopath.

But, ladies, ladies, wait. Quinn has a heartfelt message for all of us:

May I (and you, and your girlfriends, moms, grandmothers, daughters, etc.) never remain silent in the bombastic, outrageously chauvinistic face of an insecure man.

HAHAHAHA. Okaaaaaaay…*whistles and slowly walks away*

That’s really what her response should have been to his text, as well.

Happy Friday!


5 thoughts on “A simple ‘OK’ would have sufficed

  1. I totally agree with you, but I probably wouldn’t say she’s crazy. She definitely shouldn’t have sent the sprawling text, but I understand the temptation. Sometimes you give in to it, sometimes you catch yourself.

    • The reason why I say she’s crazy is because they had two dates! One date and all of a sudden she’s inviting him to a birthday party she’s hosting, where I assume other people she knows will be there. That’s a very personal situation to expose someone to, when you only had one date with them. His text was very diplomatic, hers was explosive.

      • I met my husband at a party. The next day he invited me to be his guest at a ‘Welcome Home’ party he was throwing for his roommate (who had been working in South America for a few months).
        I went to the party and had a great time! I guess I should mention that I am perfectly fine talking with other guests at a party when I don’t know anyone.
        So – this guy’s initial response seemed as if he read to much into the invitation.
        And – as far as I am concerned, this gal’s response was a bit over the top (actually a LOT over the top) – but the actual inviting him to the party seemed normal to me.

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