Monday, March 27, 2006

The new plastic surgery

The only solace that I have today is that there are no more number one seeds left in the NCAA tournament and that Duke was the first number one seed to get bounced. With that said, it was a long weekend, and one in which a few of my friends figured getting a few drinks away from the tube would be therapeutic, especially since all of our teams lost.

While beveraging, I noticed an interesting phenomena, or what I thought was interesting. In fact it could have been something that has been going on for a long time but rather I was too oblivious to notice it. There was a fellow on the adjacent side of me. He would move from bar stool to bar stool, and from table to table. It appeared as if he did the same thing each time, for he only approached women. On two of these occasions I saw him lean over to the party, say something and smile, and after that he would go in his pocket and flash two big wads of money. He did it in such a way to say “I have money, but I want to pull it out as if to act like I don’t think or want you to notice it, but really I do.

Eventually before the night was over, he had collected quite a bevy of women, at leas four or five, for himself, one of his boys and continued to entertain. Often keeping the money in his hand as he talked loud requesting the services of the waitress. Now being somewhat perspicacious observer of human tendencies as I give my credit for, it dawned on me that what he was doing was like plastic surgery – that the money made him feel good and as a result enhanced his looks as well as the way the ladies around him saw him.

I guess for folks like myself, who rarely even consider considering cosmetic or plastic surgery as a viable way to alter ones looks for the purpose of facial enhancement, can take another route now – money. Is it really true that money can make a person look better? And if that is the case, what does it say about us as people? Does it speak that our desire for material and things is more important than our desire for self-determination or personal betterment? I only ask because if I can, I will attempt to describe him. He was wearing an oversize Polo shirt with a large white tee under it with Averix Jeans. There was also a hint of glisten from his mouth but I could not tell if it was gold, platinum or the ubiquitous yellow teeth syndrome providing the shine. He head was the size of an under inflated volleyball and had a faced that resembled a cross between Dennis Rodman (without the hair color) and Sam Cassell (with hair). I could not discern anything about his personality, but what I could detect that it seems as if he made no head room in terms of conversation until he flashed his loot.

I figured that this was just a minor point of order when one has consumed three Bombay and tonics to look at those around them and taking notes. So when someone tells you that we as people don’t even or rarely consider plastic surgery, correct the, We do, we just don’t go under the knife as much with the exception of the super wealthy and Hollywood elite. Nope, for us, it seems that a stack of loot will do a person fine, even if they are but fuck ugly and have plaque on their teeth.

17 comments:

Ms. Pretty Green Eyes said...

I can't speak for all women but money does absolutely nothing for me. I mean really. I have money. Not alot, but I have enough to pay my own bills and spend money to do what I want.

The only thing those type of men will get are gold diggers. Then they wonder why all the women are out for their money. They set it up that way.

Torrance Stephens bka All-Mi-T said...

Preach sister. I would prefer using my mental capital,besides all my looot is in my kids names and they wouldn't apprecoiate me doing such,wish i was a crook i would have robbed jones

Miz JJ said...

I'm with ms. pretty green eyes. I mean a man like that is only get women because he has money and he is getting a certain type of woman for that money. I like to pay my own way. I don't like to feel like I owe a man anything because he bought me a drink.

I'm not a nice Gurl said...

Omgoodness. This blog had me laffin and cryin at the same time. I have been called a few names because my eyes didnt glitter at the sight of a man's loot (also flashed as cars, jewelry or attire). The reason being I didnt grow up with any and found that happiness can exist without lots of loot,and contrary to popular demand the two words are not synonymous. My girlfriend plays that game and is quite good at it. These cats gettin robbed erryday and i aint mad but for me, hey in Vegas, the drinks are free. Stay Up.

QT said...

Ok, I am glad to say, that what you have in your account doesnt mean nothing to me if you cant step to me from a mental level, I dont consider my self superfical but dam, Give me something to work with. Actually if someone would step to me and pull out a wad of money, I know right then that they are not worth my time, I am not for sale on any level..

QT said...

Oh yeah ,I going to check out some of your books, looks good. I'll hit you back and tell you want I think.

BBB_0202020 said...

I agree w/ grn eyes and mz jj to a degree, because what about that saying that their is someone for everyone. A soulmate? well all i know is these brothers look like "there will be other" (say this in an alien voice it will be funnier). Is this same about unattractive woman though, this cant be a double standard.

Emanuel Carpenter said...

If I was a single man and she would have me, I would definitely be Oprah's Bitchboy.

Torrance Stephens bka All-Mi-T said...

erman u a fool - lol and women, right as usual

Georgiapeach said...

I don't know anything about sports..lol. Well, besides entertainment wrestling.

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