Booshie

Yesterday a new word was added to the many that people use for my description. Booshie. I have been called a princess, preppy, and spoiled. But rarely something as bold as booshie. I actually had to look it up because I have never heard this word before.

The group did not lower their voices or try to hide that fact that I could hear them. They were just holding a normal conversation and decided to add me to the list of people too conceited to attend a party. While this makes me sound like an arrogant adolescent, it was not just a normal party. It was a "slumber"/toy party. While I have been to one of those before hosted by very good friend. I would not go to one hosted by someone I barely know. There are just certain things I do not care to know about extended acquaintances. Plus the shock and awe of attending the first was not overly impressive.

I always find it amusing how people get offended whenever others do not share the same interests as them. I would not be offended if I wanted to start a book club and certain people did not want to attend. If I happen to turn down a request, it is not because I think I am better than others. I just do not want to participate or already have other plans. As an almost 29 year old woman, I do not try to appease everyone.

Since I have ignored their snide remarks they seem validated in their opinion of me. Whatever. The woman and her group can try to chide me into lashing out, but I am not that type of people. I have other interests that I would rather focus on than their childish mind games. As you see no names or connections were mention. If she were to happen upon this entry she has nothing to be upset about. I just thought this would be an interesting diary entry.

A friend of mine said I have always been kind of stuck up and found an old picture as "proof".
This picture is from 2008! Stalking my Facebook much?



image from:Schaefer Marketing Solutions

3 comments:

hellokitt9 said...

I am very sorry that happened to you.
I hear about so called adults behaving this way all of the time. I think the day and age of adults acting like adults is dying off.

Lady Kristen said...

hellokitt9: Maybe she will melo out as she gets older. I thought it was amusing that they were trying to offend me. I do not see her very often so I do not know what type of satisfaction she is excepting for trying to upset me.

Cynthia Parks said...

I just read this and agree that this person is very childish. I have been accused of being snobbish as well. Part of it is being shy and part not even sure what to say sometimes. As I have gotten older I have been able to lose some of my shyness. I personally do not see you as a snob, just a woman in her own right--I think you know what I mean.