Frequently Asked Questions Women Of My Age Have To Endure From Anyone
If you have been married in your 20s, then congrats coz you'd probably never experienced what most women of my age have experienced. Lucky you coz you have found your one great love early. However, women of my age are kinda unlucky because a lot of us have been bombarded with different annoying questions that sometimes made us feel uncomfortable to answer.
Well, here are a few of the Frequently Asked Questions women my age encounter most of the time:
If every time someone would ask me this question and I get to earn $20, I'd probably have a lot of money by now. Seriously, it's one of the questions that I get a lot since I turned 25.
"Are you already married? " Sometimes, they would also ask you this in a low-key manner, so instead of asking this question, they'd be like, "Where's your husband?"
Most of the time, I'd just smile and let them know that I am still single (unfortunately!). I don't know about you but in my case, most of these people would have a follow-up question ready like, "How come you're still single when you're really beautiful?"
I wish I was courageous enough to ask them back coz I'd probably be like, "Girl, look at me! Now, look at them (other women)! Can't you spot the difference?"
Sorry, I'm not trying to degrade myself here but let's be honest and realistic, men prefer someone a lot better, and I just belong in the "Thank you, next!" category. I also find this question a bit annoying coz it only reminds me how pathetic my life is. While many of my friends my age are having their 2nd, 3rd, or 4th baby, here I am still wondering if I'd ever get to experience meeting that one person who would truly love me for who I am.
*Ouch! Hand me some tissue, please.*
Now, here's another follow-up question that most of my curious friends and even strangers would ask: "When are you planning to get married?"
I wish I knew when but I, myself, have no idea either. Well, honestly, I don't think I'd ever get to experience this marriage life. I'm not sad, though, coz honestly, I kinda accepted the fact that this is what my life is going to be. So whenever I hear this question from either people I know or people I don't even know, my usual response would be, "Probably in my next life."
So this article is inspired by my childhood neighbor/bully whom I have never met since I was like 8 or 9 years old. Apparently, he DM'd me for the first time in my entire existence on Facebook just to ask for my brother's FB account.
In the middle of our conversation, he suddenly asked me how many kids I have now. He didn't even ask if I was married or in a relationship. I bet he just assumed that I was in a relationship or something and based his question on my age. Anyway, I didn't answer his question yet, and instead, I made a noise post about it. LOL.
I'm going to answer him later though, and my response would be: "No kids yet. I'm gonna have to flirt first." I wonder what his reaction would be like though. LOL.
Yes, I am. Not picky based on the looks though; however, I'm picky in the sense that I won't go for any random guy just for the sake of having someone in my life. If I'd ever get into a relationship, it would be because my heart and mind approve of him.
My aunt would always tell me to date a white guy. Maybe she thinks a white dude would give me a brighter future and cute kids. That's possible but the question is, will the guy likes me too?
Well, to be honest, I really don't mind. In fact, my crush is actually a white dude. Unfortunately, he's taken so there's no way we'd end up together. I guess even if he's not, the chance of us meeting for the first time is still so slim. Plus, it would definitely cost a fortune.
If you'd ask me why I didn't give that Greenlander guy a chance, the truth is I only see him as a friend. Yes, we've been friends for more or less a decade, but there was no spark between us. There was nothing at all. Well, if there's one that I feel comfortable with and someone I can truly trust, then why not.
For someone like me who'd been asked these questions million times, I kinda feel annoyed hearing these over and over again, especially when they make you feel like you have missed 90% of your life. I guess I'm just overreacting, but this is just how I feel though.
Anyway, for those who can relate, feel free to share your most annoying questions that are still not mentioned here. I bet you have your own list too.