Tuesday, June 15, 2010

What's your Super Power?



When I left the grocery store yesterday, there were two 13 year old boys chilling in the lobby. As I walked past, I heard one boy say to the other:

"Check out that hot thang. Mmm mmm! Lookin good."

I glanced around. The only other people in the area were a little old grandma, and a huge balding man.

It made my day. And possibly the big man's too.

That's right you guys. I've still got it. And by *it* I mean the power to seduce 13 year old boys.

.....huh. I think I want a different super power.


16 comments:

viewfromdownhere said...

Ha, that's too funny, but you know, that would make me feel pretty damn good, too.

Erica said...

You always did have a way with the younger generation, especially when shaking your groove thang! LOL Fabulous story :)

Danielle Renee said...

It funny how we can feel awkwardly complimented in situations like these. I would probably do the same thing and then realize that I am old enough to be their mother, granted a really young mother though.

Chantel and Michael Magistro said...

when you said 13 year old boys I was imagining David and Evan... Yeah... not cool...

However, maybe you could use this to your advantage. Don't hide your talents Helena.

kyooty said...

I'm the woman pissing off teens in the store. I had to get upset with a older teen playing frisbee? in a store? what person in their right mind does that?

The Gosfam said...

HA HA!! I am afraid I don't quite have that power anymore. Good For You :)

Trudy said...

LOL, I love it...nice to know you still have it though!

Rachel M. said...

That's awesome!!!

Thanks for commenting on my blog and I love Pittsburgh! I lived there from 1994-97 and it's still my favorite city in the US and this is after living in LA, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and brief periods in Hong Kong. Very cool city.

Wild Child said...

Hee, hee. Once, when I was working for a museum in another city and had a 5 month old son, I dropped in at the local middle school to drop something off from the museum for the school. I waited and waited and finally a secretary looked up and said, "Oh, I thought you were one of the students." I was sort of impressed and sort of not. Who wants to be mistaken for a middle school student, even after you're 30?

Bonnie @ House of Grace said...

That is funny! I just found you blog and I am your newest follower. Nice to meet you.
Bonnie

Raven said...

LOL! Back in the day (two years ago) when I was thin, all the middle school boys told my daughter I was a MILF. hehehe

Julie at ModernDayMiddleAge said...

Yeah, that super power is way, way in my past. Now my super power is being able to find anything which usually means my husband's wallet and by son's iTouch. Oh, how the mighty have fallen ... *sigh*

~~Mia~~ said...

haha, tooo funny. you're just hot. it can't be helped.....the 'older' ones are just more discreet about it, but they're sayin' it too!! ;)

beka said...

Oh my word, I would want a different super power, too!
:P
But it's true, lady: you are pretty good-looking:)

JeanHasBeenShopping said...

Oh, I'm afraid those days are behind me. You go girl!!

The Empress said...

DO I dare burst your bubble and tell you it was the balding man?

No? Ok, then, I won't.

signed, just jealous

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