I wanted to give some party/club goers a little food for thought:
Just because you don’t make eye contact with us, doesn’t mean we can’t see you. (I’ll get back to this in a moment)
A few weeks ago myself and some girlfriends from high school went out to celebrate Andrea’s bachelorette (the wedding is on the 3rd of July…really excited). It was rainy yet wonderfully hot so we all were in a great mood. After enjoying a few pints and listening to a local artist an amazing decision was made to go to a dance club so that we could pull out our A moves.
See A moves:
Next: Please notice the couple behind my beautiful friend Amie.
1) They are holding hands
2) If you could see her face, she was a little mortified…but into it
3) He’s whispering in her ear
4) They are trying to act cool and as if no one could notice them…EVERYONE noticed them
Now what you don’t see, is that at one point it appeared as though her skirt hiked up and his pants unzipped. What’s that all about? There we were at Ange’s Bach party dancing our tail feathers off when we looked over and witnessed gross ‘public private touching’.
The thing is – and what scares me a little – I think this may be a common practice for some people, young people in particular. I think this because no one was all that surprised, not one of us. We all just laughed really hard and thought it would probably be some good content.
So, to all those risk takers and ‘public private touchers’…maybe find a corner? a bathroom stall perhaps? Because my young friends if you’re on the dance floor – we can see you, we all can see you.