Ok, so tonight I was out on another adventure in one of my favorite places in this town- Turkey Creek. But instead of the usual, something kept happening over and over. EVERYWHERE I went, it followed me. What was it? PDA.
One of my favorite weird websites is urbandictionary.com. You might have heard of it. This is how the geniuses who write the urban dictionary define PDA..
Public Displays of Affection, can be seen in the form of kissing, touching, groping, licking, nuzzling, cuddling, crossing hands into each other's opposite back pockets, etc. Usually spotted among new couples, frisky teenagers, and occasionally the "young at heart" (god help us).
Also, a handheld computer of sorts.
Jen and Craig's PDAs at the table were so intense that there was actually slobber on the green bean casserole.
Look at my new PDA!
Ok, so we all know what it is. We see it at school and out in public places like Turkey Creek or the mall especially, but tonight it seemed to come along with me everywhere.
So first up was "the frisky teenagers". In front of Target was a couple (my age, sadly I knew them) who is known for their boldness to publicy display affection a lot. A LOT. And then take pictures of it and post it on Facebook... Anyway, they were walking together and holding eachother and swinging their hands together and then she like grabbed him and he grabbed her and pretty much pinned her against the wall and started sucking her face off.
Later outside Verizon, another frisky teenage EMO couple were like pressed into eachother... interestingly... and he was also making out with her. (Are emos even capable of emotion...?)
AND THEN when I was eating a couple (who were not teenagers, but apparently young at heart) sat down a few tables away, right in my line of sight. After ordering their food, they decided to pass the time cuddling, cooing, and kissing.
I have no problem with people showing their affection for their significant other.... but come on. When it's to the point of almost making me want to gag on my sandwich, someone needs to get a room.
I think you get the advice I'm trying to give you all here. Take it, please. If you end up in an "overly affectionate" relationship (which I hope you aren't in), spare the person who's trying to eat their sandwich. Please.
Ok, so thats my 2nd post of advice. And who knows? Maybe I am being a total uninformed biast person. Maybe I am just giving out advice in the dark. Maybe I just need a boyfriend. Lol, who knows??