After reading another blogger’s post of the things that give her the “heebie-jeebies” I was inspired to make a list of my own. There are many things that creep me out and some may be just plain silly to some but nonetheless, they still creep me out! Please feel free to comment but be nice because you wouldn’t want to hurt my feelings. Ha. Just kidding. Fire away.
You’ve seen them. I’ve seen them. In fact, I see them every time I go somewhere with my daughter, S.R. They usually make me laugh. You know who I mean. Those men who stare at girl’s asses….
I’ve watched guys practically trip over their own feet, watching my daughter walk by. I’ve seen some run into other people because they are looking at her rear end. I’ve seen old men gawk. I’ve seen middle-aged men stare. I’ve seen guys in their 20’s (same as my daughter) watch in admiration as she walks by. I’ve seen men with their wives or girlfriends do the same, only to be elbowed in the ribs by their better half. I’ve even seen young boys, teens and even pre-teens, drooling as she passes by.
I have ‘busted’ them all by laughing out loud at them in the store, on the street, wherever we may be. They usually look down or away quickly because they were caught! It’s actually quite funny, but at the same time disrespectful of women. But boys will be boys, I suppose.
Tuesday, S.R. and I had some errands to run in W. Plains. We had just walked into Walmart, grabbed a cart and went on our way, when I noticed this creepy guy coming in the door. There was just something about him that caught my eye. When he saw my daughter, who happened to be walking away, her back to him, he was staring at her ass like….gosh I can’t even explain how he was looking at her. It was just plain creepy. It wasn’t funny or even slightly amusing like many times it is. It was just plain creepy. I wanted to punch him in the face.
I started to walk a bit faster so I could be closer to S.R. I didn’t like this guy looking at her that way. He sure wasn’t letting up. When he finally looked away from S.R., he saw me looking directly at him. I was pissed. It took him quite a few seconds to take his eyes away from mine. I was glaring at him and as he passed me, I was shaking my head slowly from left to right, as if to say “don’t you even.” Of course, I didn’t realize I was doing this until after he was gone. I watched for him throughout the entire store, and even in the parking lot when we were finished. I was very uncomfortable, to say the least, wondering what this guy would do if he had opportunity….the pervert.
I’m watching them. All of them. I hope you’ll watch them too. Protect your children, your mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, yourself….and protect your boys too. You just never know about people these days.