Stalkers from the Home Depot Need Not Apply

The downside of driving a work vehicle out in public while attending to work errands is that it opens you up to situations like this:

FB Stalker Message
FB Stalker Message

I suppose that’s also the downside of being incredibly cute.

But seriously.  Eek.  And just to clarify:  you did offer to unload our vehicle for us.  We just politely pretended we didn’t hear your offer because it was totally uncomfortable when you interjected in our conversation with the Home Depot employees who loaded our vehicle.

Other things you could have done which I would have found acceptable:

  • Nothing.
  • Forgotten the name of my company.
  • Not tracked me down via my social media internet profile

Maybe if it had been the attractive Home Depot associate who tracked me down…  Actually, no.  Not even then.  He should just wait until the next time we’re in the store.  

And now I’m feeling a little bad… because at least he gave it some effort, right?  I mean, he showed some serious initiative.  And he had an adorable son.  Isn’t this how chick flicks start?  Then again, I’m pretty sure this is how most episodes of Law & Order:  Special Victims Unit start, too.

 

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4 Responses to Stalkers from the Home Depot Need Not Apply

  1. Walter says:

    I was going to post something about you being incredibly cute being an understatement but

    “Other things you could have done which I would have found acceptable: …

    Not tracked me down via my social media internet profile“.

    So, um, this didn’t happen.

    • stubbs says:

      LOL! Walter, you are a friend and were invited into my life. As far as I am aware, you didn’t hunt me down… and if you did, kudos to you for doing it without my knowledge. 😉

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