Today’s youth seem to be in a state of confusion, the girls or young ladies ranging in their late teens and twenties seemed to think it’s okay to pass judgement by saying EW when they see something that’s disgust them. Unfortunately, it’s men over twenty who deal with their wrath.
I’ve said EW a few times myself, but only when I enter a public restroom and some idiot forgot to or on purpose didn’t flush the toilet. My old high school coach said it best and it was perhaps the most motivational thing he ever said and I agree, it ain’t a TV. Nobody wants to look at so put some water on it.
I think the young ladies might want to consider the same thing with the word, EW. Nobody owns the night and I understand night time is when young people have the most fun and it should be, unfortunately people under the age of 60 should be able to go out at night and have fun too. If you’re 60 and over then yeah it’s probably best to stay at home and watch CNN.
I know when it’s the weekend, young ladies want to go out with their guys or have a girls night out and want to wear something short, sexy, and tight. It’s their time to unwind by showing off their bodies. It’s the weekend and it’s time to enjoy life as it should be when you’re over 18 and in your twenties, but you do not own the night.
Uptown is where most of the hottest clubs are and you’re going have people over the age of twenty working: policemen, security guards, parking enforcement, emergency professionals, and club owners, etc. If you walk across the street at a traffic light section, you’re going to see men over twenty waiting for the light to turn green. So if you have common sense then you should realize they’re not going to duck their heads or close their eyes and miss the light changing color because of a young lady not wanting some old guy looking at her.
Here’s the thing, first of all, get over yourself, being young does not mean you’re good-looking. There are some ugly young people out there and no it’s not particularly their fault, but it’s true, and most of all beauty is in the eye of the beholder. You are not going attract the attention of some guys your own age and you too will be old one day and when that happens, you might wish to have somebody eye-balling you.
In the mean time, having a boyfriend or husband blocking the view of an older guy or having him stare down the guy is ridiculous. I hope the young man that does this for their woman don’t let it escalate into violence because it’s not worth it. As long as the guy is not making obscene jesters and shouting obscenities, just keep on walking to your destination and have a good time. Life is too short for unnecessary ignorance.
For the young ladies who just don’t get it, well . . . EW your damn self!