Stilettos & Levis

Monday, March 31, 2008

Knowing Your Place

I believe that it is imperative to know one's place in life. Knowing your place, of course, requires understanding that your place is relative to your current situation. I, personally, didn't think this was a particularly hard concept to grasp but, I recently had the misfortune of meeting two individuals who clearly find it more difficult than one would think. And well, being the kind hearted, understanding and helpful person I am, I've decided to post a few tips to guide those of you out there who may have trouble with knowing where/how you fit in.

*When meeting someone for the first time it is important to be warm and friendly but, understand that you are NOT yet friends. Handshakes are the most appropriate form of touching (hugs are acceptable every now and then but, be cautious). Speak to them in a most respectful manner and ALWAYS call them by the name they introduced themselves by.

*Romantic prospects/relationships: The occasional random make-out does not a relationship make. If you have not had the "DTR" (define the relationship talk) and you generally do not see the person more than twice in a two week period it's best to safely assume you are not in a relationship.

*If not in a romantic relationship with someone and they are not someone you would classify as a best friend it is not socially acceptable to show up on someone's door step in the middle of the night.

*If you are over the age of 21 you no longer reserve the right to sport a tiara for any reason other than if you are in fact actual royalty. Girls, grow up. There is a difference between cute and funny and just plain pathetic.

To my readers: Please remember that I am here for you and there is nothing wrong with asking for help. Should you need anymore assistance knowing your place all you have to do is ask. I will be more than happy to help.


At 2:01 PM, Blogger Exiled said...

So... I can't wear a tiara?

At 6:01 PM, Blogger Stilettos and Levis said...

Let's go with no...though I might pay to see it. ; )


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