Ready for a funny, and maybe relatable story? This seriously happens to me ALMOST every time I try talking to a really cute guy. Not always. I have managed to get some single words out….maybe two if I’m in a group, without stuttering like an idiot. :p To be honest, I tend to just avoid them in general, and not embarrass myself….and I wonder why I’m single, LOL. I do not recommend this as your easy way out of a stressful situation! I need to work on getting over this, and so should you if this is also your problem! Here we go!
Oh, No. No, no, no. Argh! There he was. Mr. Cuteness himself, taking the orders from the DQ costumers. Why?! Why couldn’t it be a woman, or someone not so attractive??
Two people were in front of me. Two people should give me enough time to rehears what I am going to say…right?
Lets see. Simple. Short, easy-peasy, order should be safe.
My heart crawled farther up my throat. One person was left in front of me, while the other person found a table, looking unfazed. As if ordering wasn’t an ordeal.
All I have to say is, “Grilled chicken wrap.” That should be safe. Some quick eye contact, so as not to look rude, a friendly smile as I step up to order, to show that I am a normal , nice human being. I’ll be fine!
The last person moves on. My chest clenches, heart races, and my palms are sweating.
“Step up and smile, you moron!” My brain yells at me.
I step up deciding to abort the smile. Eye contact wasn’t an option. Not happening.
Then I heard it.
“Wrap chicken.” Said a squeaky voice.
“Oops, “My brain smirks. “Bad connection between here and the tongue.”
So I send up a super fast prayer.
“Lord, if you took me home now, that would be great.”
“You mean, chicken wrap? Would you like that grilled or crispy?” Mr. Cuteness wasn’t even looking at me, seeming very busy with the register, but the smirk on his face was mortifying.
“Grilled, please.” I managed, and fled to a table.”
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