Monday, October 27, 2008

deep fried fish...

yummy!!!

Mr. motorcycle came over this past Saturday, brought some fish, potatoes, garlic, and his enthusiasm of cooking. My sister has a deep fryer, the kind that is used to deep fry a turkey, so we took it out to the back yard and fried ourselves some fish!!! It was perfect weather for it!! I called my nephew, Rocker Dude, and Mr. Motorcycle called Mr. Bean, Mr. AL, and Mr. Dino. We had ourselves some good times. We had ourselves a good dinner and drinks while watching the game. I'm for Tampa Bay but by the looks of it Philadelphia has it in the bag :-(

As much fun as I had this weekend with the guys, I had to ask myself ..."why do i always become one of the guys?" I've asked Mr. motorcycle and Santis and they tell me that its because guys tend to feel comfortable with me so they start talking about things they normally wouldn't talk to a girl about. I don't know how i feel about this. I do have fun with the guys but sometimes I wish I had girl friends...i only have two, Chanclita is one of them (I think she considers me a friend). At the same time, though, I have always found guys waaay more fun than girls....no offense. Is there something wrong with me?

4 comments:

Joel said...

I can only speak from the male perspective on this subject... I've had lots of girls who I would consider platonic friends, and almost all of them were the kind of girls who tend to be "one of the guys".

Mr. Moto and Santis are exactly right, its about comfort level. With the "traditional girly" types you can only be yourself up until a certain point. If you show too much they get judgmental and don't understand.

You should see this as a good thing because your guy friends are letting you see them as they truly are whereas the "traditional girls" only get to see half the person.

sonrisa morena said...

joel, have you ever thought about being a therapist? you give really good advice. AND thanks for making me feel special :-)

finally forgiving said...

There's nothing wrong with you! I'm the same way -- most of my close friends are guys and I feel more comfortable with them and have tons more fun.

I've met a few great girls though (and they're also girls that have mostly guy friends)...because of that, they're not as catty and everything else.

Chanclita Divina said...

most definitely. i consider you a friend. :D