Yes, I Wear a Man Purse
I’ve tried to ignore it, but I can’t anymore . . . I’ve been wearing a man purse!
I own a bag with a bunch of smiley faces on it and on the front of the bag it says SmileTrain. Inside the SmileTrain bag is my tablet, a pair of headphones, and maybe some DVDs from the library I checked out, but not much else, really.
Then I started using the bag as a purse.
Everybody knows the joke from the movie The Hangover with Zach Galifianakis.
Oh, I’d say to myself. Did I just buy a chocolate bar I need to save for later?
And I would think how convenient it was to have my SmileTrain bag in that moment.
Then there was the time I spilled coffee on my T-shirt in public and went to the bathroom to take that shirt off and button up my button up . . . that was convenient too.
Tonight there’s snow outside and I sit in this coffeehouse listening to renditions of the most popular Lorde song sung by two young bearded guys with glasses and winter caps, a duo called Stone Heart, with a thumpy drum, an electric guitar, and a microphone and of course my feet are wet because I didn’t wear my galoshes and instead I’m in my Walmart brand sneakers so I take my socks off and it’s in this moment I realize when I place my folded up elastic socks inside my SmileTrain bag . . . I wear a man purse!
Should I get rid of it?
Why on earth would I do that? My positivity coach gave it to me! Do you understand? My positivity coach gave me a bag which says SmileTrain on it!
But what I really want to know is are teenagers going to make fun of me when they see me walking down the street?
These are the consequences I must face.
Have you ever asked a girl if she would carry something for you? Every male has done this to a woman because if it wasn’t your girlfriend it was with your mother, grandmother, sister or aunt.
By the way, in any zombie apocalypse the person who owns a purse carries the ammo and that’s a very important position.
A bag is very useful, you see.
But If anyone ever asks I’ll just say, It’s for my Tablet.
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