"just because they serve you, doesn't mean they like you"
in my case, it should probably read "just because they serve you, doesn't mean they wanna fuck you". being jobless and purposeless, knowing nobody, i tend to think clerks are just waiting for the chance to be my friend. and get it my pants.
don't call me arrogant, it is not completely unfounded - it would be if i had no reason to think i was "all that". see, i have been marketing my site with the shirts that i wear, with the business cards i leave as tips for bad waitresses, in chatrooms and craigslist, in letters of complaint i send to businesses regarding their terrible customer service. so i think everyone has seen it, though the stats for the website don't say so.
i think everybody knows about it, but nobody seems to. i've been wearing the t-shirts for about two years, though i just started mailing letters of complaint through ezgram.com which do my advertising, i should be famous by now. and that is why i asked the radio shack manager to dinner, he likes my shirts so i thought he would have gone to the website. the quicki- mart clerk, he likes my shirts so i thought he'd have gone to my site. the gym guys, but they are clerks and like the tag-line says, "just because they serve you, doesn't mean they like you".
anyway, thinking everyone knows about my site gives me motivation to talk to people, otherwise it's "why would anyone be interested in me if they don't know about my website". my website is the only thing that makes me cool, even quirky, there is no reason anyone should wanna get to know me otherwise. i'm just another pretty face, without it.