A doctor who has worked as a barista is expected to have decent communication skills and open to meeting all and sundry. Or so you’d think:


  • ME:
    Good morning ma’m. I’d love a coffee from a barista like you. You’d love to serve me too wouldn’t you!
    Sent 2:02am
  • ME:
    You don’t have to be shy around me Meg! It’s as easy as saying “hi”. Now you try it!
    Sent 2:05am
  • ME:
    Wow, I would never have imagined you for being a doctor, let alone a barista, with that lack of communication and basic courtesy. This is the problem with women in Australia today. They feel it’s below them to initiate, and to engage in conversation with men who show interest in them. What a bunch of self entitled mollycoddled princesses with an unrealistic sense of self worth.
    Sent 2:13am
  • An image of megaanc
    I don’t consider it below me to initiate conversation with someone, I just have enough self worth to believe I don’t have to submit to men who display arrogance or a sense of entitlement that I find unappealing. I wouldn’t have been so blunt but when you insult me like that I feel that I have a right to respond
    Sent from the OkCupid app 2:17am
  • An image of megaanc
    Women have the right to be selective with whom they speak to just like men do
    Sent from the OkCupid app 2:18am
  • An image of megaanc
    I don’t find your personality attractive. So i shouldn’t be expected to follow your advances.
    Sent from the OkCupid app 2:19am
  • ME:
    Actually, I’d rather you be blunt than hide in a corner and keep your insecurities all bottled up. If a friendly approach is considered a display of arrogance, I wonder what you’d feel when you are really put down (e.g. told to hop on a treadmill). You have a right to enjoy yourself with a friendly conversation, but it’s rather sad that women today prefer to use such approaches to boost their ego (self gratification), but only choose to engage in drama or negativity as an expression of unapparent inequality between genders. Go Feminism I hear you shouting. Oh boy, this is certainly not what I want. No wonder everyone’s going for foreign brides.
    Don’t get me wrong, I’m not trying to put you down. I would much rather have liked to have had a pleasant conversation with you, but I don’t see that happening as this bridge has been burnt. I wish you all the best in your search. Take care.
    Sent 2:26am


Another display of how Australian women overlook friendly conversation starters but, out of their own admission, choose to respond to negativity. It’s easy to bring out their inherent feminist attitudes by making a generic statement about women when you really mean to make statements about that one particular woman (but didn’t want to make it seem too personal). Be a man and put them in their place and end things before they do.


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