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FROZEN_DREAMZ (zetetic) wrote,
@ 2003-03-14 20:39:00
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    geesh this really HIT ME!
    What's a meantime girl?

    She’s the one you call when you’re bored because she makes you laugh.
    She’s the one you talk to when you’re feeling down because she’s willing to
    lend an ear and be a friend. She’s not the one you call when you need a date
    to your company’s Christmas party, or to go dancing with on a Saturday
    night.

    She’s the one you spend time with between girlfriends, before you find
    "The One". You know, the one who you keep around in the meantime.

    She’s not one of the guys, not a tomboy, but you don’t look at her as a
    "real" woman, either. She’s not bitchy enough, moody enough, or sexy
    enough to be seen in that light. She’s too laid-back, too easily amused by the
    same things your male buddies are amused by. She’s too understanding, too
    comfortable – she doesn’t make you feel nervous or excited the way a "real"
    woman does. But she’s cool, and nice, and funny, and attractive enough
    that when you’re lonely or horny and need intimate female companionship,
    she’ll do ju st fine.

    You don’t have to wine and dine her because she knows
    the real you already, and you don’t have any facades to keep up, no
    pretenses to preserve. You’re not trying to get anything of substance out of her.
    She’s not easy, but you know that she cares about you and is attracted to
    you, and that she’ll give you the intimacy you need.

    And you know you don’t have to explain yourself or the situation,
    that she’ll be able to cope with the fact that this isn’t the beginning of
    a relationship or that there’s any possibility that you have any real romantic feelings for her.
    It won’t bother her that you’ll get up in the morning, put on your pants, say
    goodbye, and go on a date with the woman you’ve been mooning over for
    weeks who finally agreed to go out with you. She’ll settle for a goodbye hug
    and a promise to call her and tell her how the date went. She’s just so cool
    . . .
    why can’t all women be like that?!

    But deep down, if you really think about it (which you probably don’t
    be cause to you, the situation between the two of you isn’t important
    enough to merit any real thought), you know that it’s really not fair. You know
    that although she would never say it, it hurts her to know that despite all
    her good points and all the fun you two have, you don’t think she’s good
    enough to spend any real time with. Sure, it’s mostly her fault, because she
    doesn’t have to give in to your needs – she could play the hard-to-get
    bitch like the rest of them do, if she really wanted to. But you and she both
    know that she probably couldn’t pull it off. Maybe she’s too short, or a
    little overweight, or has a big birthmark on her forehead, or works at Taco
    Bell.

    Whatever the reason, somehow life has given her a lot of really great
    qualities but has left out the ones that men want (or think they want)
    in a woman. So she remains forever the funny friend, the steadfast
    companion, the secret lover, and you go on searching for your goddess who will somehow
    be everything you ever wante d in a woman.

    You’ll joke to her that she should be the best man at your wedding, and
    she’ll laugh and make a joke about a smelly rental tux.

    She doesn’t captivate you with her beauty, or open doors with her
    smile. Mainly she blends in with the crowd. She’s safe. She doesn’t want to be
    the center of attention and turn the heads of everyone in the room. But she
    wants to turn someone’s head. She wants to be special to someone, too.
    We all do.

    She has feelings. She has a heart. In fact, she probably has a bigger
    and better heart than any woman you’ve ever known because she’s had a
    front-row seat to The Mess That Is Your Life, and she likes you anyway. She
    obviously sees something worthwhile and redeeming in you because although you’ve
    given her nothing, absolutely no reason to still be around, she is.

    Anyway, yeah. I’m a Meantime Girl. Been one more times than I care to
    admit. I don’t know the reason, really, and at this point I don’t even care. I
    just want to let every guy know who’s ever had the good fortune to have a
    Meantime Girl that we may be a lot of fun, but we cry, too. A lot. And
    someday we won’t be around.


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kadiliman
2003-03-14 20:47 (link)
The thing with the meantime girl is that you know you've fallen for her when she's found someone else...

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zetetic
2003-03-15 04:13 (link)
uhmm, becos Meantime Girl has already woke-up knowing that the"ONE" she adores doesn't know she exists, and she's fed up for her worth :)

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fallingfast
2003-03-15 00:33 (link)
errr, i feel like that too. i can so relate. err

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