Law Student Lacks Common Sense.  

duststormdiva 51F
7253 posts
7/22/2005 4:12 am

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Law Student Lacks Common Sense.

Thursday nights at karaoke are three of my most favorite hours of the week. My life is very full and here lately pretty stressful, so karaoke is a pleasant break. I love singing as I stated in a blog that CuteAZguy27 created about karaoke in the shower. Tonight was a good night and I had a lot of fun.

A friend of mine, who I have not seen in nearly a year, came to join me. She's a lesbian. She didn't sing, but it was good to catch up. She left a little earlier than I did. There were about eight people there when closing time was approaching.

I was sitting with two of my friends I usually sit with and there were three guys mingling with us. Two of them were law students who had been studying for their bar exams all day today, so they came out to relax after a long day of studying.

Sure they could have been lying, but honestly I didn't think they were, they were nice and definitely way more educated than most of the guys who go there. (I like the smart guys.) After talking to the one, Brent, I realized that his father is my sons optometrist. His friend Ron happens to be from Ohio. I lived in Ohio for 22 years.

Now, I am a pretty good judge of character. That's probably the reason I have never met any jerks from this site. Anyway, we all left at the same time, and Ron decided he was going to ride with me. I was not concerned or worried in any way. I was driving, so that removed the fear of being in the car with a drunk driver. I had asked enough questions to confirm that he was had not been lying about his choice of careers. He is staying with Brent. And Brent happens to live walking distance from my house. I had no problems taking Ron there dropping him off.

What was I thinking?? I certainly was not thinking what he was thinking. The first thing he asked when he got in my car was, "Do you have any condoms in here?" I laughed and told him no, and we weren't going to need a condom anyway, because we had just met. So, I drive him to Brent's house and he hops out of the car and I tell him goodbye. He turns around and comes back to my car and asked, "Where are you going?" I told him I was going home. He asked me to stay for a minute, so I did. Ron went and talked to Brent for a few minutes and returned to my car.

He was a persistant one and tried like hell to score, but finally gave up after about 100 negative responses from me. I didn't feel that I had anything to fear. I just think that he thought that he was going to get lucky. To me in his mind he was thinking, "I am a good looking 27 year old law student, built, (very defined muscles) and that impresses all the ladies, she'll put out. All I have to do is look at her that special way with these eyes."

Well, law student, good looking, *ahem* young, muscular and those eyes, mmm those eyes, I don't give a shit what he was, he was not going to get lucky with me. He finally gave up.

First of all, I go to the bar to sing karaoke, not to pick up men. Second, just because I flirted does not mean "I wanna fuck." Third, to get in someones car and ask for condoms does not guarantee a fuck. And finally, how many "no's" does it take to get a hint? He may be a law student, but personally I think he spent too many years with his nose in those books to learn proper social behavior.

Yes, it could have been the alcohol, Yes, he could have lacked social skills. Then again, it could be that I am just irresistable.

My lesbian friend had a better chance of scoring with me then he did.


fins_left 47M

7/22/2005 8:17 am

It takes 167 "no's" to get the hint. Personally, I think it's because you're so damn irresistable.

duststormdiva 51F
6854 posts
7/22/2005 8:58 am

fins_left 167 "no's"? Next time I'll know! Thanks handsome!

Oh, and fins_left, I am glad you started blogging.


DirtyLilSecret61 55F

7/22/2005 10:31 am

Good thing you didn't ask to see his legal briefs.


CuteAZguy27 39M
1545 posts
7/22/2005 11:39 am

To the law students : The angle of the dangle is not verbally perportion to the heat of the beat -Beavis & Butthead '92


duststormdiva 51F
6854 posts
7/23/2005 6:43 am

DirtyLil, I didn't have to ask to see him, he was willing to show me all he had. He's just a pup, one day he'll learn.


duststormdiva 51F
6854 posts
7/23/2005 7:08 am

*blinks at Cute, and ponders that comment*


CaboWaboVHnut 56M
637 posts
7/23/2005 10:36 pm

HI DIVA! It's me again! Cabo! I just turned 45, and I think I might have some insight into lawyer boy! My wife and I have been together since we were 19 & 17. That's 26 long, torturous, er.. I mean wonderful years!! Despite that, I've always found that myself, and most men I know, have it deeply ingrained in their psyche that if a woman speaks to, smiles at, or Heaven forbid, converses with them, somewhere in their feeble little brains an alarm sounds!!! The alarm says: "Woman speak to me, probably want date!" "Woman smile at me, definitely would have sex with me!!" "Woman talk to me for over 5 minute, certainly want to marry me!!!" I KNOW! I KNOW! It's dumb, and insane!!! But honestly, most men, unless you are like the certain few who seem to have "it", are shocked and surprised if a woman speaks to us! Now, while you ponder that bit of info, go to jokes and read the one I posted about the lawyer. If nothing else, maybe you'll get a laugh from it!!! Blog ya later!! Cabo!!!!!!!!!

duststormdiva 51F
6854 posts
7/26/2005 8:43 pm

Cabo, thanks as always for your humorous responses.


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