Thursday, October 14, 2010

Ask-Ardeth: October 14th

I got a double whammy from someone this time around. Oh I think I am moving up in the world.

Time to dig into the fang mail for another batch of emails from beyond the grave.
Welcome to an overdue issue of "Ask Ardeth" Where anything that can be thought of to ask will be answered by my horror film Heavy Metal Goddess alter ego Ardeth Blood.

 Dear Ardeth:

I want to know why women are so evil? I've been wanting to know what you would do if you found out one of the wrestlers you have said you don't like were to LIKE you? What would you do if you found out a wrestler reads you all the time and likes you that you don't really like?

Signed Patrick W. in Ohio

Dear Patrick W. in Ohio:

 We're evil for survival. That's the honest answer. There is a reason it's called a cat fight when two women start to argue. It was once said to me jokingly by a guy that women all secretly hate each other. My answer was "it's not secret. All straight women hate each other."  Same thing for being nasty to men. Jealousy.  Wither we're jealous of another woman or if we're actually jealous of the man himself, it's a survival tactic. Hurt you before you hurt us. I've done this myself -sabotaging a recent possible something with a guy. I was evil towards a man out of fear. Fear of his success actually, fear that I wasn't worthy of his notice. Many women, once they realize they have a guy's attention will get comfortable with the control position and push it too far making the guy feel less then worthy and cause him to lash out in evilness towards them. It's fear mostly that causes this. In some women, it's just plan old being spoiled. They are used to getting what they want when they want it and have no care for who they have to destroy to get/keep what they want.
As far as finding out if a wrestler whom I have said I don't care for liking me, it's more then possible. I have no idea who all reads me. That's something I actually like about the internet. Everyone is equal wither they be celebrity or no-name brand.  The internet breaks down the barrier between people, putting us all on the same level. My Spudguns are my Spudguns no matter what they do for a living or whom they hang with. It would be nice to know sometimes though who in the companies do in fact read me (besides my favourite Spudgun). (I have no idea who it is in WWE who does but I've heard myself be quoted on NXT season 2 so I know someone does)  What would I do if a wrestler ever decided to cross the barrier from fan to friend; that I do not know the answer to. (which is a first as I always have an answer/opinion for everything)

 That's all the time we have for this one, come back around and see what other gobs of wisdom Ardeth Blood will dish out and serve to her fiends.

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