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No Insecurities Allowed

Today we have a doctor in the house! Dr. Alduan Tartt, is a psychologist, author, and motivational speaker who has a book, The Ring Formula: How To Marry MR. RIGHT. Today, he shares a very interesting scenario that I think a lot of men in Atlanta have probably been in:

You are enjoying a wonderful first date at- SURPRISE- a nice restaurant in the upscale part of town. He opens the door for you and things are going even better than planned and then it happens…

That cute, little waitress who seated the two of you- who already was a little too friendly for your liking in the first place- walks over and makes direct eye contact with your date and tops off his wine while barely even acknowledging you. Mr. Take-Charge-Persona smiles and returns the direct eye contact with Ms. Friendly. It looks like you aren’t the only one who’s in the market for a man with marriage material.

What do you do?

1. Give the waitress a piece of your mind
2. Instruct your date to focus his attention on you and only you
3. Ignore it and move on with the date
4. Give the waitress a compliment and ask for the manager

If you answered A… WRONG.

If you answered B… WRONG.

If you answered C… WRONG.

If you answered D…  CONGRATULATIONS and CALL ME!

A. While putting the waitress in her place, refocusing your date, or outright ignoring Ms. Rude might make you feel better; it certainly will ruin any chance you have with Mr. Right. Why? Any attention you focus on the waitress affirms her as a threat in your date’s mind. If you have to check her then she must be worth pursuing or at least flirting with.

B. If you have to instruct or request that your date refocus his attention on you, the “She’s Controlling Alarm” may be set off. Also, you appear desperate. Even worse, now that you have now officially verified the waitress as someone powerful enough to distract his attention away from you, he will undoubtedly want her more.

C. To ignore the waitress sends a message that you are oblivious that she is openly flirting with your date OR you are accepting of it. Although it makes no sense to women, the cuter the waitress is the more your typical man will try to rationalize why it’s not “so bad” to get her number. After all, YOU didn’t say anything.

D. Congratulations. MR. RIGHT is going home with YOU. I’m impressed because you must have been read my book, The Ring Formula: How To Marry MR. RIGHT, because you just pulled a serious POWER MOVE even a psychologist would be impressed with. Oh, I’m sorry…you’re probably asking, “What did I do?”

By publically acknowledging her beauty you demonstrated that while her beauty was obvious, it was certainly no threat to you. Your date will be impressed that you don’t have any insecurities despite a blatant violation by the waitress. By asking for the manager, you scare the crap out of the waitress because she knows she was wrong. She’s afraid of a complaint but, instead, you praise her for her excellent customer service. In turn, she is so relieved that she tries to cover her tracks by filling your wine and being super nice to you. In fact, when she returns to check on your table she doesn’t even look at your date again. My, my how the tables have turned!

Chances are that your date has never met a woman so confident and skillful. He now begins to look at you as the potential “ONE” and is mesmerized by your beauty, confidence, power, and security.

Moral of the story, when it comes to dating towards marriage…

NO INSECURITY ALLOWED.

Very interesting story, Dr. Tartt told and it highlights something single men deal with some times. Dating a woman with a boatload of insecurities is probably exhausting as running the AJC Peachtree Road Race! Men, how do you handle it when you meet a great woman but you see her insecurities surface?

Ladies, what did you think of the scenario Dr. Tartt shared with us? Which one did you answer? Do you agree with his advice on how to handle the situation? Do you have difficulties keeping your insecurities in check when you are dating? Have you ever dated a man that had insecurities that posed a problem?

HAPPY FRIDAY!

703 comments Add your comment

Le Siren

May 15th, 2009
8:33 am

Interesting scenario…option D was definitely a power move and one that I’ll have to remember…though I must admit that no waitress has EVER been hot enough to distract my date’s attention away from me;)

Stan

May 15th, 2009
8:40 am

I guess it’s his job to WAY WAY WAY over analyze scenarios such as this, he IS pushing a book and all.

If I was in this situation, it would 1) NEVER occur to me to flirt with the waitress whilst I am ON A DATE and 2) I’m so clueless most times I probably would have missed it to start with :)

Sassy Me....Mmm, mmm, good :-)

May 15th, 2009
8:49 am

Interesting scenario,indeed….however I’ve never been in that type of situation before. Optoin D was definitely the classic,classy power move and quite smooth if I must say. It showed how a woman who is secure with herself would/should handle some rudeness blatantly flirting with her date. Classy move I’d have to remember should I ever find myself in that situation. HAPPY FRIDAY Y’ALL :)

Professor

May 15th, 2009
8:49 am

It’s Friday, it’s Friday, it’s the end of the week it’s the end of the week it’s the last day….

Ok, this is interesting because I like option D and the logic behind it.

Long story short…I was on a 1st date and this happened to me with the waitress completely ignoring me and being overly flirty with my date. In fact I thought she knew him. On the 1st encounter she took our drink orders (his came back first of course) and she was like baby here’s your drink what else can I get you. He came back and said please get her drink. She look startled with the comeback, but when she came back to check on us later after dinner had been served, she put her hand on his shoulder and started flirting again, he just moved his chair over slightly and told her we were fine and asked her to bring me a dessert menu. (Since this was a first date it made the situation sort of funny because he was not my man and she was crazy).

I thought breakfast was coming this morning, W-8 where is the cheese grits? I have coffee brewing for all of the coffee drinkers out there.

Ms Alld

May 15th, 2009
8:52 am

Good morning all….happy Friday :)

I answered C (Ignore it and move on with the date)….after all it is a first date. In reading the thought process behind each response I can see D (Give the waitress a compliment and ask for the manager) being an option (it was a definite NO before the explanation); although still not sure if I would do that on a first date.

AmazonRed™

May 15th, 2009
9:00 am

Happy Friday everyone. I’m so glad the weather is nice, I have a jam packed weekend.

I will admit that several solutions to the problem crossed my mind and D was not one of them. I might tell the waitress that she’s being obvious, and I don’t think that stating that fact makes me insecure. She IS being obvious. I also considered the option of just ignoring it outright. Forget about ME blowing it with HIM, his inaction with her could be blowing it with ME!

But as for the “no insecurity allowed” rule, it’s just unrealistic. We ALL have insecurities and at times they may manifest. I guarantee that folks with insecurities still get married. :lol:

Atltwen

May 15th, 2009
9:00 am

3. Ignore it and move on with the date

That is REAL answer for those women who have had experience dating attractive and secure men.

Guys like that have been dating “hot” looking females since pre-K, so its no big thing for some waitress to be into them. She knows it, he knows it- NO BIG DEAL. Dinner menu please? They get hit on all the time.

It happened to me once; and my date thought it was “kinda cute.”

Grace

May 15th, 2009
9:01 am

I would have never thought of using option D/4, for me it would have been option 3/C since my objective is to get him to want a second date with me and not sweat the small stuff such as a waitress eyeballing my date, but I like the twist of option D, very interesting.

Leggs

May 15th, 2009
9:03 am

Good morning everyone! D is the only answer. I have seen people get mad at the waitress and ruin the entire rest of the date. If you’re secure w/in yourself you would smile outwardly and inwardly take the compliment that she thinks your date is “hot.” It is a power move and to compliment her is the way to let her know “you got this, keep it moving to the other tables.” There’s nothing wrong with making eye contact. This is a first date and no need to get antsy. If anything else should occur on both your date and the waitresses part only means he’s not the one for you!

NY2GA, Inc.

May 15th, 2009
9:03 am

I see a Morehouse brother is in the house this morning. Represent Dr. Tartt. I’ll be on my Spelman perch in lurksville this morning.

Texas Boy

May 15th, 2009
9:04 am

I think ‘C” would be the most apporaite action to take. I would cannot see calling the Mananger over to the table because the waitress was being a little bit flirty.

ImAPeach404

May 15th, 2009
9:05 am

Ehhhhh… this is pretty dumb – the scenario, that is.
I still don’t get why D was the “correct” answer??? When the manager comes over, what are you supposed to do? Tell on her? Wouldn’t that raise the “snitch” flag? Or the “she doesn’t know how to deal with her problems head on” flag? Or the ever popular “WTF???” flag.

Me personally… I’d opt for E: Finish my food and re-evaluate the situation at the end of the night and go from there.

Randyt (aka Been there, Done that, Got a Closet FULL of t-shirts)

May 15th, 2009
9:07 am

I am with Stan on this. Frankly I never was too good at picking up vibes like those described. Usually I am the last one to notice things like this (that is another reason why I have contemplated having a mushroom tattooed on my azz.

Now having said that, my last flame (in her mid 40’s and dayum attractive) was constantly being hit on by young guys (MILF hunters I guess), and she was completely oblivious of the obvious…she never could “connect the dots”. I could see it when it was happening to her easily (some primevil instict I suspect), but someone would have to hit me in the head with a shovel for me to notice that I was being hit on.

Randyt (aka Been there, Done that, Got a Closet FULL of t-shirts)

May 15th, 2009
9:09 am

@Ima Peach

“Me personally… I’d opt for E: Finish my food and re-evaluate the situation at the end of the night and go from there”. That would be my answer too.

Grace

May 15th, 2009
9:10 am

The waitress could’ve been working for a nice tip :D

Melo

May 15th, 2009
9:10 am

I doubt psychologists date and marry well!! :lol: My man is over thinking the issue.
This is not the lady date’s problem,it is the man’s problem.The lady should ignore it and let the guy handle it.If he bites and lets the waitress continue with her antics,he is obviously dissrespecting his date,so this should be the 1st and last date.The lady should ignore it,only wives/girlfriends are allowed to do anything beyond that.
C was the best answer for the lady date but not for the guy.
Why is the psychologist solving this problem as if there are only 2 pple involved?
There are three ppple in this scene.
The man has to take charge,ALWAYZ!!

ImAPeach404

May 15th, 2009
9:11 am

Oh, there’s option F: Get up to use the bathroom, corner that beeeyotch somewhere outta site and tell her you’ll be waiting in the parking lot to whoop that @ss when she gets off work if keeps it up.

But I’m a lady… I wouldn’t do that :)

AmazonRed™

May 15th, 2009
9:12 am

Do you agree with his advice on how to handle the situation? Do you have difficulties keeping your insecurities in check when you are dating?

A couple of weeks ago, I was meeting my date at a cafe for a nightcap. It was raining, so I was a bit late meeting him and he was already seated when I arrived. When I approached the hostess station, she looked up and said “are you the one here for the tall, dark handsome bald man?”

Now knowing me and my affinity for snark, I could have answered this question several ways, but all I did was smile widely and said that I was. I didn’t consider it a threat (I guess it helps that she wasn’t our server).

Anyway, like LeSiren said, I’ve never had the flirty waitress problem before. When I told my date what my hostess had said he made a joke about it but I could tell he was flattered. It might have gone in for the easy prey if the date had gone badly! :lol:

mytw♥cents

May 15th, 2009
9:12 am

Why wasn’t there a None of the Above choice, Dr.? I’m a fan of adopting the ‘If he likes it, I love it,’ attitude. You’re already on his radar for a reason. I’m not quite sure why it’d take this level of stealthy introspection to determine a course of action (or why it requires a whole course of action.) I’m clever enough to have a witty comment that’d allow us to both chuckle at her antics without missing a beat. Plus, in my own subtle way, I’d out-flirt her.

ABC I never have the energy to click thru the links. I’ll await your assessment of the good doctor.

Have a Flirtatious Friday, y’all.

Raqi...36 Days to ML

May 15th, 2009
9:13 am

I answered, (if I was single)

F) None of the above

First of all if we were on a date and he returned the mutual interest toward the waitress then it’s a wrap. And he will find that out when his calls are not returned. If he cannot bring himself to focus his attention toward our date just for those few hours that we are together, then obviously he is not that into me in the first place.
The one thing we all must learn is the personality of the one we are pursuing. Some people just have a flirtatious personality and they don’t mean any harm. That is to be learned. But is it quite obvious when it is a personality trait versus the person being just disrespectful.

I cannot control what a waitress or anyone else does that approaches my table. Especially when she is just being “friendly”, although I may take it for face value as being a bit too friendly with another woman’s date, it will be my word against hers. Yeah agree with giving her a compliment, but that does not mean I will excuse my date if he is just being outright disrespectful to me. I wouldn’t even ask for the manager because she did not do anything that constitutes as bad service.

See I have never been down with taking crap off of a guy no matter how subtle it is just to prove I am secure in the woman that I am. If your crap stinks I will call you out on it.

How many guys are just going to accept some fine cutie exchanging looks with his date just to prove he is The Man? HA
Now not being single I do run across this every now and then. Some people just do not care if you are unavailable or not. They will step into your space. I have said it before if I see a woman getting too comfortable in my husband’s space I will invite myself into the conversation and be just as pleasant and cordial as a sleeping lamb. It is not that I am insecure but I do give a damn. And there one that I do know for a fact, guys do care if you give a damn.

(Disclaimer: I stopped 3 times while typing that so I hope it all makes sense)

Atltwen

May 15th, 2009
9:15 am

Oh, there’s option F: Get up to use the bathroom, corner that beeeyotch somewhere outta site and tell her you’ll be waiting in the parking lot to whoop that @ss when she gets off work if keeps it up.

That’s funny!! Sounds just like my ghetto @ss cousins!

AmazonRed™

May 15th, 2009
9:15 am

my last flame (in her mid 40’s and dayum attractive) was constantly being hit on by young guys (MILF hunters I guess), and she was completely oblivious of the obvious…she never could “connect the dots”.

RandyT – I can admit to being obvious too. In my last relationship, a couple of times my guy was getting ready to fight and I’m like “what just happened, why are you upset?” because the guy made a pass at me that I didn’t even catch! :lol:

Professor

May 15th, 2009
9:16 am

I like option D and the logic behind it, but I cannot see going that far with a first date.

IMO a first date should always be light and fun…getting to know the person with a lot of laughs and tripping out. When this happened to me, my date handled it and we laughed about it, so in essence the waitress helped break the ice with her desperation.

Leggs

May 15th, 2009
9:18 am

@ImAPeach, that was funny and probably has happened on many occasions.

@Raqi, I too like answers E and your F, but since neither was an option. It’s a first date. What’s more important is how HE handles the waitress’ flirtations.

-W8 (it's Friday)

May 15th, 2009
9:19 am

“Men, how do you handle it when you meet a great woman but you see her insecurities surface?”

When I start to sense insecurities I address them head on, try to make her feel comfortable and remind her that I am not the guy who caused those insecurities. If it becomes overbearing I just dont deal with her anymore. There is nothing more attractive to me than a woman who knows who she is and is comfortable with herself, but is yet still a “lady” not some overbearing bragging “ms. independent”. Not saying she cant have her own thing, just be a lady and handle yourself as such at all times when you are with me. When you are not go kick ass and take names, I got your back.

FEE

May 15th, 2009
9:20 am

HAPPY FRIDAY>.. EVERYONE>>

TOPIC: I WOULD HAVE CHOSEN C:

OFF TOPIC: WHERE CAN I FIND SOME REASONABLE BAR STOOL/ COUNTER CHAIRS>>>

AmazonRed™

May 15th, 2009
9:20 am

Oh, there’s option F: Get up to use the bathroom, corner that beeeyotch somewhere outta site and tell her you’ll be waiting in the parking lot to whoop that @ss when she gets off work if keeps it up.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Melo

May 15th, 2009
9:26 am

Amazon/Raqi, u did good by letting ur date know what the server said.In fact even in the scenario we are given today,its classier if the woman mentions the obviuos to her date about what the girl is doing.That helps to diffuse to tension becoz lots of times,the guy is not picking it.If he is a worthy date,by telling him, uall focus ur attn on the one common adversary,the flirter.If hes not worthy and entertains the flirt,then u are now more knowledgeable on how valuable ur date is/maybe.

Randyt (aka Been there, Done that, Got a Closet FULL of t-shirts)

May 15th, 2009
9:27 am

@w8

“There is nothing more attractive to me than a woman who knows who she is and is comfortable with herself, but is yet still a “lady” not some overbearing bragging “ms. independent”.

EXACTLY. I can’t stand a clinging vine type, nor am I attracted to the “I am woman, here me roar” types either. People who are GENUINELY confident do not have to go around trying to show everyone how confident they are. The more a woman is out front with the “Superwoman” persona, usually the more insecure she is inside…and it is what is inside that I am looking for after the first date or two.

abc

May 15th, 2009
9:29 am

If I was on a first date and the chick called the manager on the waitress, because she thought the waitress was being too forward with me, and not paying enough attention to her (now, what the heck is that all about? The man SHOULD get the wait staff’s attention, he’s the one who’s paying, right?!) and she didn’t speak with me about it first, allowing me to take action rather than have to witness her taking such action, we wouldn’t even make it through the first date. “Power move” my foot. That is crazy psycho beeyotch all over the place. It looks like jealousy, and we don’t even know each other yet.

Where do you dig up advice like this? That’s just plain bad advice.

Raqi...36 Days to ML

May 15th, 2009
9:29 am

What’s more important is how HE handles the waitress’ flirtations.

Leggs exactly. Hell no one can control what a waitress or approaching stranger does, but your date can control his actions and if he is returning the sentiments with the outside party then it’s a wrap.

Like the time I told you all about when my husband and I were out to dinner and the lady came over and asked him for the time. He actions resolved the matter. No need for me to give it a second thought.

But that taking crap just to prove your womaness…bull.

AmazonRed™

May 15th, 2009
9:31 am

“Power move” my foot. That is crazy psycho beeyotch all over the place. It looks like jealousy, and we don’t even know each other yet.

Yeah, it did seem a little controlling, especially if he is the one paying and all. Why is she speaking to managers and such?

-W8 (it's Friday)

May 15th, 2009
9:34 am

My thoughts on the situation, I’m a decent looking guy so I get hit on alot..but Im not one of those guys who has to go after every woman that shows an interest in me. If that situation happened to me while I was on a date I would probably flip the script and say something wonderful about my date to the waitress..just to let the waitress know that she doesnt have a chance. Hmm, I blame the man in this situation, becasue I know when I am on a date I make her feel like the only woman that matters at that moment..(It’s hard as hell sometimes but you can do it)..make the woman comfortable is the goal.

AmazonRed™

May 15th, 2009
9:34 am

Amazon/Raqi, u did good by letting ur date know what the server said.In fact even in the scenario we are given today,its classier if the woman mentions the obviuos to her date about what the girl is doing.

melo – I will admit he seemed flattered tho. He probably would have gotten her number if he could have gotten away with it.

JtJ

May 15th, 2009
9:35 am

Morning All,

I so hate that I missed the last two topics………I had to wait until after work to read the comments and you all definitely came with some points.
ON TOPIC: This situation has happened to me before on 1st dates, but I was the one being flirted with. I had this one date that got really pizzed off and started asking me “Where you do you know him from?”, “how long did you two date?”…..I was like….what, I don’t know him. He swore up and down that I knew the waiter personally because he kept smiling at me and flirting with me. At one point the waiter, he touch my hand purposely when he came to refill my drink… then my date called me a “liar” and said he lost his appetitie. . Before he could ask for the check, I excused myself and walked right out of there. I was really offended by his reactions and knew I had to get the heck out of there with this psycho. He must’ve had some issues with infidelity and lack of trust in previous relationships or was just PLAIN OLD CRAZY!

OFF TOPIC: Majic 107.5 Secret Code word does not for the SUMMER GROOVE CONCERT WITH SWV and the rest of ‘em…………Has anyone else tried to purchase tickets yet?

Randyt (aka Been there, Done that, Got a Closet FULL of t-shirts)

May 15th, 2009
9:35 am

I agree with the others here that it is ridiculous to make any kind of a scene or a power play (any option other than “C”. That would be a turnoff to me if I was the guy. It is the guy’s responsibility to handle it. As a guy, to me it would be a great time to be gracious and tell the waitress what a lovely lady I am having dinner with by saying something like, “thank you for being such a helpful server, and by the way could you bring my lovely dinner partner another glass of wine please”.

Ms Alld

May 15th, 2009
9:35 am

@Professor – I like option D and the logic behind it, but I cannot see going that far with a first date…I agree

Tazzee - all moved in (sort of)

May 15th, 2009
9:36 am

Morning Folks! I’m working from home while getting my alarm system installed.

Fee Hey Lady! Where have you been? Try Target or overstock.com – I got mine from Overstock, but now I’m looking for a high table to go with them (no bar at the new place) and I saw a nice one online at Target.

On Topic I would do a variation of C and D. I might say something complimentary to the waitress – a nice/nasty move to let her know that I see her if I sensed she was getting out of control AND he appeared to be giving her the cold shoulder as in the Professor’s example – but I would not call the manager. No use in getting the girl fired.

Now if he was flirting back with her – then I would enjoy my free meal (maybe order something a little extra) and then let her have him.

This did happen to me recently – the waitress kept brushing up against my date. I noticed him shifting his seat away from her but she always managed to brush up against him. So toward the end of the date, he asked if I were an observant person. I said yes and he mentioned the waitress’ tactics. I told him that I saw it and if he wanted her, then I’m sure he would make that move but that I was not worried about any woman ‘taking’ a man from me unless he wanted to be taken.

HAPPY FRIDAY ALL!

For Real

May 15th, 2009
9:36 am

What up Blog Fam!!

Okay people that is just too dayum deep for the first date but if the above sceneri, sinary… story happens it’s the dude responsibility to handle ole girl not the chick he has invited out to dinner. If it was me I would leave a big azz tip and my email address on the check and the chick would never be the wiser. Cause we all know when the check comes to the table, chicks have D.S.T.C syndrome.

“Men, how do you handle it when you meet a great woman but you see her insecurities surface?” – I don’t have time to build up a grown woman’s self estee, esti…. confidence. If you do have when we meet them I keep stepping. Oh and ladies if a dude does not have confidence in himself keep stepping. He looking for someone to build him up. Now that’s not to say that a man doesn’t need some stroking every now and then.

Grace

May 15th, 2009
9:37 am

“I blame the man in this situation, becasue I know when I am on a date I make her feel like the only woman that matters at that moment” I like that W8

AmazonRed™

May 15th, 2009
9:37 am

If that situation happened to me while I was on a date I would probably flip the script and say something wonderful about my date to the waitress..just to let the waitress know that she doesnt have a chance.

W8…very classy!

I have been on dates when another guy has tried to get my attention. I always focus on my date, even if I know he won’t be getting another one, but sometimes I wish I could find a way to slip new guy my number. :lol: Sometimes you just don’t want to miss out.

AmazonRed™

May 15th, 2009
9:39 am

JtJ – The code worked for me, but the tickets were sold out. They went on sale at 8 girl! You can still get great seats at the other price points since it’s still pre-sale today. I searched for the $69 seats and was offered a pair in the 2nd row.

Melo

May 15th, 2009
9:39 am

This did happen to me recently – the waitress kept brushing up against my date

ARE U SERIOUS?? These extremes do happen??? LAWD

Sassy Me....Mmm, mmm, good :-)

May 15th, 2009
9:40 am

W8 and Randy Interesting perspectives but I totally feel and appreciate you points of view. Since it is a first date then it really shouldn’t be that deep.

Professor

May 15th, 2009
9:41 am

I am curious to know how Doc feels a woman should handle this same scenario if it was her husband or a truly committed relationship and not a first date. It just seems like option D should apply on the above and NOT a first date.

Next, of we reverse the script and a waiter was flirting with me on a first date and my date called the manager…well abc I am with you. Shoot my fool alert would go off!

Raqi...36 Days to ML

May 15th, 2009
9:42 am

Melo I can’t remember if it was you all I told this or whether I was telling one of my friends.

There is a way to handle the “flirter” and you not have to say a word.

One day Mase and I were at the gas station and he was filling up the truck. This chick was parked in front of us and even Ray Charles could see the way she was flinging her hair and posing while pumping her gas that she was trying to get his attention. Yes I did look to see if he was looking over at her. He may have looked before I noticed her but he was looking on at the screen on the pump. But I looked right into her eyes without a blink and gave her the “try it if you want to heifer” look and she understood that clearly. LOL She rolled her eyes and turned her head like she was pyssed at me. LOL Women you are all up in my business, because he is my business, and you expect me to say (silently) nothing? Really???

Raqi...36 Days to ML

May 15th, 2009
9:45 am

a nice/nasty move to let her know that I see her

Tazzee, one of my specialties. LOL

Grace

May 15th, 2009
9:45 am

People will try you just for kicks just to see how you’re going to react, I’ve been a waitress and I’ve experience the opposit with the guy hitting on me and the woman giving me the evil eye or giving me a hard time doing my job. One guy even told me infront of his date I was the only reason he kept coming back because he like looking into my bedroom eyes, he always made me feel kind of uncomfrotable but then again he always left a hefty tip.

-W8 (the gift and the curse)

May 15th, 2009
9:46 am

@Ared- Im the same dude that will take my woman to the strip club and tip her to dance for me instead of the strippers (Power Move, just chalk it down as an investment)..now about your sliding them the number..you win some you lose some…Atlantans are creatures of habit, remember the date time and place and come back next week..that person would probably be there again..lol

AmazonRed™

May 15th, 2009
9:47 am

Okay, y’all DID read that the manager is called to compliment her on her customer service right? Cuz folks seem to be missing that part. :lol:

She’s not going to get fired or written up for a compliment.