10 Things About Me

29 Jul

I know I detail a lot of my personal life on my blog, but it doesn’t give a clear picture to some of the other facets of my life that don’t include the travails of being a single mother.

  1. I LOVE Hip-Hop. No, I REALLY love hip-hop. Not only do I love this genre I am known by a lot of my friends to be able to pull really obscure songs and artist from up out of nowhere. My favorite era of hip-hop is from the years of 1994-1997. I mark this time as the “Golden Age of Hip-Hop.” During this time you needed sheer TALENT to get on. No co-signs, no special appearances by the artist du jour…you needed talent. This was also the years of Preemo, Pete Rock, RZA, etc. now THEY are what I consider as super producers.
  2. My life is not as sad as depicted at times in this blog. I am really a happy person, I just have my down times. Remember, I do the work of three people. I am a mama and a daddy (two times). So while blog wise you may want to just put me out of my misery, I really do throw glitter and twirl more often than not.
  3. I am a chubby chaser. As I moved into my late 20’s I no longer wanted a man that was cut up like a bag of dope. I think it all started with the tasty phenomenon that was Bone Crusher. He would run across that stage all bravado, shirt off, manitties swinging, just turning.me.on. It’s nothing like cuddling with a man with a belly.
  4. I represent the Lollipop Guild (it is NOT “kids” as many people think). I love ’em short. No awkward kisses or hugging someones torso.
  5. I have never seen “Boomerang”. Go ahead…I’ll wait while you collect yourself. Boomerang came out when I was a pre-teen and I remember why all my friends had seen it (?) my daddy laid the law down and said HELL NAW. So, for some reason all the way into my adulthood I just haven’t watched it because I was scared maybe it was so elicit I wouldn’t want to watch it. *note to self: add “Boomerang” to Netflix queue.
  6. I was supposed to marry a preacher. No really, April 2008. But it didn’t happen. Long story
  7. I am irked by people who murder the English language. Just so it is known, I go around with an imaginary red pen and in my head I edit people’s text messages, Facebook statuses, tweets, and emails. Yup, I am judging your grammar.
  8. I don’t like going to clubs. It took me a long time to admit this, but I am gonna just say it. I don’t like it. Maybe it’s my age or whatever, but going to a club is just not my thing anymore. I can tell you what a typical time for me in the club is: I get all amped up to go, get dressed, beat my face within a inch of my life, hop in my car, field a bunch of text messages from the people I am going with, get to the club, have approximately 3 drinks, dance a little bit, talk trash with my girls, and then I am either ready to a) sit my ass down or b) go to bed. Ask me what time all this takes place? Midnight. Yup, I’m one of those. I my stay at the club is roughly 2-3 hours. This is why I stick to happy hours.
  9. I eat a lot of “struggle meals” and I am not struggling. I love oodles of noodles (roasted chicken flavor), baloney sandwiches, and red kool aid. Why? It’s easy to “cook”.
  10. When my kids are grown and out of my house, I will be moving to a condo in Boca Raton, where I will be botoxed within an inch of my life. I’ll date pool boys and rich old men. That is the plan…lol.

One Response to “10 Things About Me”

  1. Red Velvet July 31, 2011 at 5:53 am #


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