What’s it with women and scarves?
However, on my way home from a meeting, something happened.
As I was walking nonchalantly home, I stepped out on the MRT station and was just strolling along when —
I looked around. There was this Taiwanese guy just about our age (late 20s la) and he semi-nervously/confidently gave me his card.
“Hi, I’m Frank and this is my card,“
I accepted it and bowed politely. Geez, at that moment, I felt very demure.
“I work for XXXX (a very prestigious computer company)” he continued, as if crediting he’s not psycho stalker from hell. “Would you mind if I get my number?”
Wow, you gotta hand it to his guts. Not a lot of guys (I think) would do what he had done.
I murmured my apologies and shaked my head. No, after stalker guy, I do not really like to give away my numbers to random guys. Am still thanking my lucky st*rs I didn’t hand Vietnam guy my cell number.
“Well, at the very least,” he said in Chinese. “Do seriously consider getting in contact with me. I would like to get to know you better.“
“Are you on your way back to the MRT stop?” he asked as he walked away?
“No, I am on my way home,” I answered back as I went along my way.
Honestly, this is very flattering, and to top it off, I’ve worn sexier outfits before. But to get this effect on men, no siree.
I think it’s the scarf — somehow, it just makes me look more feminine. 😉
This is weird — from dry spell to rain. For some reason, nice guys pop up a lot more often these days. Must be spring, where everybody wants a new beginning.
I’ve read my horoscope a few days earlier — don’t get the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to men. Haha, no worries, just wasting my time babe.
But most definitely, will wear more scarves in the near future! 😉
Night night and more updates as soon as I get more time! Ooooooh, tons of happening lately!