An absolute random title, I know. It’ll all make sense soon – I promise. I first came across this meme through my sissy’s twitter page (s/o to Cat) This had me laughing so hard, I cried a bit. I then proceeded to forward it to everyone I knew because my logic is if it’s funny to me it’ll be funny to everyone else.
Why is it so funny? Because I’m guilty of this, as most girls are… Don’t be embarrassed, we’ve all been there. I’m so guilty of this, it’s hysterical. I’ll be the first to admit that I live for attention; I’m an attention whore; it makes me feel validated and relevant. The moment I get some attention, it’s like adding fuel to an already enormous fire. It’s not healthy, I know but that’s an entirely different topic which I’ll save for a separate post.
So why is it that the moment the opposite sex gives us attention; we automatically assume they’re trying to pursue something with us? I’m currently dealing with a situation where, it’s highly possible that I’m the lettucehead. It all started when I met this new guy; we’ll call him Edward – because why not? Anyway, Edward couldn’t be any sweeter to me. He’s extremely kind, understanding, very attentive to things that we talk about.. all of which sound like he’s attracted to me. In reality there’s a big possibility that he’s just being nice. We have mutual friends, we all hang out pretty often so I could be confusing all this attention as him being interested; thus, making me the damn lettucehead. LOL
@V – I know you’re probably giggling right about now, I dedicate this post to you ❤ because never have I felt so incredibly mistaken than during our walk back to the office… “Damn, I’m the lettucehead.”
If there’s one thing any of you can take away from this post, it’s don’t assume & if you DO – don’t admit it to anyone until your assumptions are confirmed in some form. In most cases, your gut is probably spot-on but there’s always going to be that one instance that you become the lettucehead – you don’t want anyone realizing it except you. LOL