As third wheelers I suppose it would be safe to assume that we do not get a lot of attention from suitors and that we would welcome any attention.
Not so. There is definitely such thing as the wrong type of attention!
At my job, I take one of my clients swimming at a hospital rehab pool. Towards the end of March, a physical therapist from the hospital started coming with us to make sure we were on track with the client's swim routine.
The therapist was probably mid-forties, 5’9, and very granola! She had graying, nappy black hair, not a stitch of makeup on, oh and did I mention, had hairy armpits that could have been braided or used to build a small bird’s nest.
I show up in my (unfortunately) low-cut swimsuit soaking up all the advice she has to give me.
The first day went great! I learned lots of exercises to do with my client. The second day… not so fortunate L
Ms. Therapist would not stop staring at me! And oh that sap-sick smile! :S I nearly choked myself pulling my swimsuit top up! Then there was the touching! Touching my arms, my legs... ay-chi-wa-wa
After the swim session, I ran into her in the locker room as she was pulling her granny-panties up past her bellybutton. Nearly out of breath at the sight of me, she thanked me for such a great day at the pool. Perhaps it is personal, but I find people staring at you as you change in the locker room slightly uncomfortable!
Later my co-worker had the audacity to call Ms. Therapist my girlfriend!! Uggghh! Needless to say, an oversized t-shirt has been worn in the pool since.
No. Not all attention is welcome! And this girl here will GLADLY keep her third wheeler seat warm for a while thank you very much!