Wednesday, May 6, 2009

What I learned from Sex and the City part 10

My day was crap how was yours?

The evils of internet rang it's ugly head again. This time I ended up on the phone with a support person who didn't speak English and did not grasp the concept that I have a Mac. I got shuffled around to about 3 more support people who did not speak English until someone who was a Mac tech finally got the phone.

While in a conversation a bit ago with an old friend of mine Setla, she said she has read parts of my blog. I was like "sure. uh huh" thinking she's just saying that to be polite. But she turned to me with a raised eyebrow...well, a raised area where her eyebrow should be as she shaves them off.... and asked me "I thought you liked that wrestler?"

What? Who? Where?

Oh, she was referring to my many posts on Chris Sabin's hair.

" I do like him. A lot. Why you think I blog about him."

I just happen to think he'd look nicer with short hair and shaved. I mean, seriously, he's been my second favourite wrestler since I saw the first episode of Impact back in the Fall of 2005. (We all know Alex Shelley is my favourite) The MotorCityMachine Guns! are my favourite tag team (Yes I am aware that they don't write it as one long word but I think it looks cooler this way) He's on my top 5 list of the sexiest men on the planet. (Alex Shelley is the sexiest man alive, Chris Sabin is the second, Johnny Depp the third, Hugh Dillon number four and Joel Hynes is number five) The dude is a frealing genius at what he does. I am praising him every bloody chance I can get. He's talented, beautiful and flaw bad hair.

Remember no one is totally perfect, everyone needs a flaw or two.

And this got us on the topic of men in general. In season 6 episode 87 of Sex and the City (Let There Be Light) the question of the week is "When it comes to men, even when we try to keep it light, how do we wind up in the dark?"
Which kinda sums up my thinking right now. I have been chatting online for awhile now with a great guy, who can't seem to make up his mind if he's interested or not. And it's driving me insane. He'll be flirty and dirty and within a day is all business again. Am I dealing with a Jekyll and Hide or is there something else ? I respect this guy, think he's fun and cute. He claims he thinks the same of me, but if he's wanting to keep it just friends he needs to make up his mind and stick with it.

All this has got me thinking am I aiming too high with my ideas of relationships or too low?


Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

And I thought your topic was Chris Sabin

ardeth blood said...

That's funny, cause I thought my topic was me and my day?

Anonymous said...

Joel Hynes! Give me a break! He's O K if you like hobbits i guess.

Anonymous said...

hobbits hahaha that's funny come to think of it he does look like a hobbit. an angry little hobbit with chips falling from his shoulder.

ardeth blood said...

Wow, maybe I need to post about Joel Hynes more.

Anonymous said...

perhaps ms blood you do not know that the so called writer writes about people he knows and knew and changes the names slightly and pretends its fiction from his brilliant mind./ all he's really doing is writing down what happened! not exactly a j k rowling now is he.

ardeth blood said...

Actually, I did know that. And I didn't have him on the list for his work, I had him on the list for his looks.

Anonymous said...

Well if you like 5 foot 2 Hobbits who am I to question your fetish

GingerRoot said...

Ha Ha. She does actually like short men.

ardeth blood said...

What is wrong with short men?


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