Bea was born and raised in Manhattan. She has seen it all. Nothing scares herDid you go out for St. Patty's Day? I forgot it was a holiday until I was out meeting a sorority sister named Kristin for breakfast and I saw all these green-clad peeps (and a lot of policemen) heading for the parade. I did go out into the madness last night, but not to an Irish pub. My friend Bea and I went to an old Italian stand-by.
Bea was born and raised in Manhattan. She has seen it all. Nothing scares her.
Bea and I started talking about men talking about women. I told her about some bitchity man quotes I'd overheard recently:
- "The bigger the sunglasses, the bigger the b*tch."
- "The crazier she is, the easier it is to get her clothes off."
- And here's the ultimate: My friend Betsy told me that because single men in their 30s are a rarity among their married buddies, they use women just so they can brag about them. She knows a guy who told her, "A lot of guys like to show their married friends the fun they're having and what they can't have any more. Just because they can." Scary!
Eek! Is anyone else feeling cheap and dirty? I mean, I'm glad I know some nice guys, but I'm sure that at some point, every boy has bragged or talked negatively about a woman's body or said women were psycho.
What's the worst thing you've ever heard a guy say? Come on, it's like telling ghost stories-scare us!
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