Wednesday, January 14, 2009

I saw my first Tranny today.

April writing...

Yep. Like my first, in person transvestite...at least I am pretty sure that is what HE was...and according to Dictionary.com...I was right.

"–noun: a person, esp. a male, who assumes the dress and manner usually associated with the opposite sex."

Yep. That was HIM. I was in the bank...and he turned the corner and I saw a MAN face, jawline and Adam's apple...however he had one of those Monroe face piercings...like this
and he was wearing a LADIES sweater...like cream colored...empire waist...and a black pea coat. (No boobies. Yeah I totally checked.) Then he had a pair of fitted jeans and black "do-me" boots (as Cory would call them). OH and he had the most gorgeous COACH purse too...that actually made me jealous. Shesh.
Then I started watching HIM talking to the girl he was with...and boy...it was all very effeminate! And then I see his gold bangles bracelets and the dangly earrings...Dude looked like a lady. Seriously.
It was interesting.
HE was a pretty LADY though...except for his crazy man jaw and Adam's apple...you can't hide that bad boy.

3 comments:

Katy Lin :) said...

lol. that made me giggle, and now i'm singing dude looked like a lady to myself :)

Becky said...

April, I know all too well the first time of seeing a tranny as they are commomly known as.

First time I ever saw a tranny, I seriously didn't know how to react. You see I worked with a girl that had the ability to make a person laugh at another's expense when they really didn't want to. At least that is how it was for me. There were many times where I would have to excuse myself in order to compose myself and remember that, that is something I would not want to experience anymore than I am already have.

So there I was, at the time working at Safeway in Waugh Chapel; this was before it was redesigned and registers were taken out and cut down to 10. I was in express. All is cool, until my phone rings on my station. It was Karen. She says, "Do you see what I see in your line?" I said, "Uh Huh! I took notice. No biggie." She says, "Now you know you want to laugh." Ok! so there was a part of me that did want to laugh because I had never seen a man trying to be a woman other than at halloween. But still there was a bigger part of me that didn't want to laugh.

I digress. It's interesting to say the least because something of that nature makes you wonder if the brain can be as mixed up as they say it can be. Regardless of wanting to be a woman when you are a man or being gay.

- Sarah :-) said...

I'm singing it too! Two points for April!

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