As in the woman who was ramping up to tell me about myself because the office next door was closed. Lady, do you REALLY think I would be in the office if I had an opportunity to be closed on Fridays?!
For a bra.
Well at least in the house. Please, please, please wear a bra if you are out in public. If it's after a long day at work, you're on your front porch chilling with a glass of wine and reading a book, free the twins!
There is never ANY weather that is appropriate for whining.
For lack of coffee.
My cup is empty. If you loved me (or marginally liked me) you would help me out.
I thought I could ignore this subject, but damn people: in 2012 we really need to degrade how a 16 year old's ponytail look after she made history? Are we as a people that shallow, that brainwashed, that lacking in self-esteem we would lose focus on the fact many African Americans are out of a job, not educated enough to get a job, losing our youth to gangs and violence, and ranking at the bottom of almost everything except coonery? Rather than use social media for positive, we use it to further divide ourselves?
Gabby, in the words of Queenie:
Hater's gonna hate before they congratulate.
This post was inspired by a prompt from Shades of Social Media. Rachee Fagg, who writes the blog Say it Rahshay, asked us to share thoughts about It's Too Hot.