Friday, December 31, 2010

The Girls Who Used To _________ For Drugs

One of my 20-something co-workers of the past had quite the life story for being a 20-something. He battled a drug problem, did time, ran away, had multiple arrests, and had a gambling problem. At one point in his life, he lived with his drug dealer friend (now some one he kept in touch with on FaceSpace) and had all sorts of adventures along the way.

"When I lived with him he would have these girls just suck our dicks all the time," said my 20-something co-worker, "and they would do it all the time. They like really needed their blow."

"I don't understand why they would suck your dick," I said, "you weren't selling drugs."

"Yea but he was just awesome like that. We looked out for each other and helped each other out. These girls were so trashy though, half the time they weren't even good at sucking dick. But we still gave them their blow anyway."

"Its good that you payed them for their services," I responded.

In the "Don't Do Drugs" seminars, students are always told about the dangers of drugs and how they can lead people to participate in activities they normally would not. Each one of these girls is some one's daughter, and who knows where else their mouth's had been. I honestly hope each of these girls got clean and were able to stop being whores, but it is not just their choice. It takes two to tango. With a little sensitivity the guys (my 20-something co-worker included) could have prevented all this from happening and left these girls and himself some dignity.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Not 20, 30 but 40-something This Time!

Although this blog has always focused on the my galavanting 20-something co-workers, the following is a story of a 40-something co-worker of mine. I had not seen him in almost three months, I knew a lot could happen in three months but I did not expect this;

"So basically I have not lived in the house for about six weeks," said my 40-something co-worker, "I met [generic female name] a little less than two months ago on the internet and I moved right in."

Parents tend to worry about this very thing happen to their children, mainly teenagers, and especially vulnerable teenage girls. I should mention at this point that my 40-something co-worker has two teenage daughters, 14 and 17 years old.

"I'm flying my girls out at Christmas to meet her. I'm telling you this is the best relationship of my life, we except each other for who we are and do not try to change one another."

"Well that is awesome I am glad to hear it," I responded.

Although this may sound like I am commenting on his parenting, I am trying to comment on the issues of adults. Generally adults do have better judgement than teenagers, but it does not change the fact that moving in with some one you had known for less than two weeks does not give you a lot of time to get to know some one. Not only has my 40-something co-worker been through a divorce, but less than six months ago he broke up a girlfriend that his daughters were living with while he was working out of state. To jump from relationship to relationship, and bed to bed is usually something I complain about 20-somethings doing, but I guess it does not end in your 20s.

Friday, September 24, 2010

I Thought People Grow Up.......

The following story involves people I went to high school with. I am not on face-space or mybook, so I have not stayed in contact with really anyone I went to high school with. After five years I reconnected with an old friend, and got updates on some people I went to high school with.

"How did YOU here about this?" Asked one of my 20-something friends, in reference to another 20-something pseudo-friend who slept with a 3rd 20-something's girlfriend while they were still together. "Nick just found about his girlfriend and best friend sleeping together this last week!"

"I don't know," I answered, "I really only talk to one person around here anymore, so I'm sure thats who I heard it from."

"Yea, but he but who did he hear it from?"

"Probably straight from the horses mouth, he has a big mouth," I replied. "Jeez, I thought he would have grown up, or at least changed a little in college. This is so typical of him-he's a fat ass now you know, he's not hot at all!"

"He still thinks he's got it though," said my 20-something friend.

I guess I expected too much, after all, I have been working with 20-somethings for a while now and none of them are any different. Growing up is a relative, but beginning to think about relationships and friendships over sex is something that should be a don't want to piss off the wrong person.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Crazy Sex

"Hey, heads up on your left," I said to one of my 20-something male co-workers as the girl he had been screwing around with approached.

"Thanks," he said dreading the meaningless conversation that was about to take place.

With in ten seconds of the young women's arrival he gave me the signal to call the store and pretend a customer of his needed help.

"What are you doing still messing around with her? She's annoying and kind of slutty, plus you don't even like her," I asked as soon as she was out of ear shot, "Thats what all college guys do. They just screw around with the easiest thing when they are bored."

"Yea she's annoying, but the sex is really good, like CRAZY good," stated my 20-something co-worker, "And guys screwing around isn't any better than what girls do, all they want is to talk and talk and talk to death."

I suppose my 20-something co-worker had a point, maybe all girls want to do to is talk, but this is usually to feel a connection with some one. In this case my co-worker had absolutely no connection with the girl he was screwing. William Petersen once said "Sex with out love makes us animals, love and sex is what humanizes," (or something to that extent) I have no better evidence of men being animals than conversations like this.

Monday, May 31, 2010

Random Phone Call

"Who was that?" I asked one of my 20-something male co-workers as he hung up the phone with a confused look on his face.

"This dude I haven't talked to in like three years," replied my 20-something male co-worker,"I can't believe he is getting married. Back in the day he was a total douche, he did some crazy awful shit."

"Like what?"

"Well you are going to be really offended by some of it, but he was like getting to twenty and he was still a virgin so he wanted to lose it so bad. So he'd be like fingering a girl, and then do it with his thumb and then just sort of stick it in," said my 20-something male co-worker.

"Oh my God," I said shocked, "Weren't they like pissed? How the hell did he get away with that?"

"Yea a few were, one was really mad but he would play it off like 'Hey baby I thought this was what you wanted...' you know that sort of thing."

Most things my 20-something male co-workers did not phase me, but to essentially rape a girl and not consider it a big deal is completely inexcusable. I truly hope that one of those girls tried to file charges against him.

Happy Memorial Day! Thank you to all our men and women over seas!

Sunday, May 30, 2010


"This one," said one of my former 20-something co-workers, "was a freak back when she was skinny, she had a real jackass boyfriend that screwed her over and she's fat. Anyway, we were at a Halloween party at [GENERIC COLLEGE BAR] when I ran into her and was like 'Hey come on'......"

"Let me get this straight, did you just meet her then or did you know her before?" I interrupted for clarification.

"No I met her a few times before," continued my former 20-Something co-worker, "I grabbed her and took her between two video game machines and we made it happen. It was tough too even though she was skinny back then, because her friends were running around the bar looking for her. I kept hearing them call her name but I really wanted her to finish!"

"Well, that was very considerate of you," I said.

Sorry for the delay in posts, I shall try to post at a continuous pace!

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Locker Room Gossip

The purpose of this blog has always been to focus on the sky-larkings of 20-something males, so today I am going to change the pace.

After lap swimming today, I heard a group of middle aged women talking about their partners' past partners, the conversation went a little something like this:

"It didn't work out with this women because she had a gastric bipass and was really sensitive about it, so when they were doing it she would want to keep her shirt on. Well, with Dave it's an all-or nothing-thing, he likes women with a good self-esteem." One of the middle-aged women said to her middle-aged friend in a not so private conversation.

"Then there was this other 'mystery women' she has had hundreds of sexual partners and brags about it, she is nuts. She got knocked up by a gay guy, in a three-way. I guess he was more interested in the guy in the three way, but he went for custody of the kid, she ended up getting to keep it because of all the money she kept in the divorce, and yea the 'mystery women' ended up being his ex-wife, he was still sleeping with her."

"I think a saw that in a movie once," joked one of the other middle-aged women with her friend.

I suppose I need to over-hear conversations like this so I am reminded that both men and women gossip about personal issues. I suppose I should not be offended about the conversation either because I hear this sort of thing frequently from their male counter-parts.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Cafeteria Conversations

While sitting in the cafeteria at my college today, I eavesdropped on two (and eventually three) 20-something male college students. I made note of this conversation because of the assumption and stereotype that it is mostly girls that sit around and "gossip." After working in a male dominated field for nearly four years, and earning a degree in a predominately male profession I have come to understand that in many ways, men "gossip" more then their female counterparts.

"I just think she wants to be friends with him because they are both like 'outsiders.' Although all of us are different in our writing and poems, they are really outsiders, sometimes I don't think they are like as deep as the rest of us." Said one 20-something college kid to his friend.

"I've never really met her, I guess she might be smart but she seems really......I don't know young or naive?" Said the second 20-something college student.

"Yea I guess what happens, happens with that." Said the the first 20-something college student.

At this point, 20-something college student two decided to read some sort of short story or 'new age' poem to his friend. Upon finishing he stated:

"At this point in my writing I just feel like, I can't go any further. I need to get out of the box and go to Canada or something so I can write more, from personal experience."

Based on the limited conversation I eavesdropped on, both these young men seemed to regard themselves as more "deep" or spiritual, at the very least different from the other bee- bonging college guys in the room. In reality, they were no better and certainly not different.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Valentines Day 2000-something

"It sucks that the only of us with a significant-other has to work on Valentines Day," I commented to one of my 20-something male co-workers hinting that he could for once a be a good person and switch shifts with her, "I would switch with her but I have to work then too."

"There were like three girls I wanted to take out on Valentine's Day," answered my 20-something steroid pumping male co-worker, "I'll probably do a lunch date with one of them. And then at night, I'll do the good-guy thing."

"The 'good guy thing?'" I asked.

"Yea it's where you take one girl to an early dinner, the girl thats nice and not slutty that you wouldn't get any action from anyway, and say something like 'Well you should get to sleep' or 'I'm not ready to move that fast.' But then you take the slutty one out for a dinner, or a drink later in the evening. That way, the nice girl thinks you're still nice, and you still get some action." My 20-something co-worker explained.

Happy Valentine's Day to all!

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Graduation Day

"I should not be doing this...." one of my 20-something co-workers said as he texted a girl that was not the girlfriend he lived with. "I just feel like messing with her, she graduated today you know, I think she likes hearing from me."

"I'm sure she does." I answered.

This 20-something co-worker constantly "messes with girls," not necessarily physically but emotionally. Text messages and phone calls to girls that are not his girlfriend are very common. His girlfriend is also insecure about the relationship, he constantly complains about her endless questions that are no doubt part of her insecurities.

About once a week he also talks about breaking up with her, but since they live together and she pays most of the rent, that isn't an option.

Sorry for the delay in posts, I would like to continue updates as normal now!