Friday, April 11, 2008

Lets go blind...


No No No I wont tell you that I can see your waist or hair or neck.

I am usually a person who respects women a lot. So if I am at work and I see my coworker who is a mt7ejba and all of a sudden I notice that I can see her hair I usually point her out so she can cover herself properly again. This does not not happen all the time as most of them just wear it for show with half hair hanging out. But if I know one who covers herself properly I just prefer to point it out to her.

So I am at work and I walk in another department where I know this lady and we know each other for a long time. As I approached her I noticed that I could see her neck and that half of her 7ibab was falling down and as she was surrounded my alot of her team mates I gave her a sign with my hands that I can see your neck and cover it. At that time she was calm. Later on in the day she comes to me and says Amu I really hated what you did today? How can you look at me in that way? Its 7aram.....I was shocked with my mouth open!!! Damn what did I do wrong?

So first she gave me a big lecture and then she wanted to walk away when I stopped her and said you work in a department which has all guys. I have no issues if you neck is seen or your ass. Just as a matter of respect as I have always seen you covering properly I wanted to inform you because I know that most of them there will be looking at your neck with bad intention...I said her I am sorry for informing you that and walked away!!!

So what you guys think, did i do something wrong by informing her that I can see part of your body that you always cover being mt7ejba?

Well you know what let people enjoy more scenes from today...I am going blind from now on when I see a women like this...

18 comments:

Amethyst said...

I don't know;\

G.E&B said...

You didn't do anything wrong. In fact, if you pointed it out to me I'd appreciate it!

Please ignore her and keep doing what your doing, I'm sure most of us out their would find nothing wrong with what you did.

Some people are just testy.

Big Pearls said...

Some women are sensitive to guys telling them such things. Personally, I'd appreciate it.

Enigma said...

Madri i'm not met7ajba, but she should have been grateful

greyshorts said...

The 20kd woman and now this woman ? Wow your work has a lot of assholes .

intlxpatr said...

Off topic - great music, Amu!

Sometimes women pretend to hide what they are using to entice.

Ge6awEe said...

i think wat you did was very gentle-man like and very respectful.. just keep doing wat u do.

ZaMaHReeR said...

I often don't do this, cuz I neither want to embarrass myself nor embarrass her. Some women get offended and become very sensitive about this issue.. so i rather to stay away from this!

shoosha said...

Once bil soog the same happened, wa7da met7ajba bas had a few hairs 6al3een min wara, she was in front of me in line waiting to pay for tha cashier and then said, " a7ad 6alab rayich.." faa khala9 tooba

Missy said...

bel3aax! ;\ 3ady! im not mt7jba, so when my hair goes crazy in class my friend e2shr lee o a3dla :P

powder said...

u didnt do anything wrong , that was a nice thing to do . she shouldnt have said that

Grey said...

I have no clue what you are talking about!

pink said...

some ppl just mo kafo..

im not mt7jba bs sometimes i get the "ur back is showing" bit and i thank who tell me.

TOUCHE' said...

I’ve been there and a lesson well learned, not to point it out at all. I had a similar lecture which made me stop abruptly. And I had preceding notes about my behavior regarding my issue as I tended to draw the girl’s attention to the revealed part even if I don’t know her well but I knowing that she’s a REAL met7ajba. Some of my colleagues pointed out to me that this is inappropriate as the girl either might feel the exact way as your colleague showed, think you are patronizing her and accusing her of showing it on purpose or it’s a twisted way to flirt with her. I tried to explain that it’s no difference than pointing out that there is something on your hair or your shoes are untied, but it seems that they misinterpret it most of the time.

So ultimately I stopped it and went blind.

OutOfReach said...

will i think there is nothing wrong with what you did , nice gesture really ,, whether its their hair or sometimes something else :P it is nice to point that out to them but i think she was embarrassed thats why she acted this way , i learned that too i should mind my own business, i dont know whats wrong with people here you try to be nice and its all turns against you :S

for me i usually smile and thank the person when it happens :P

Deema said...

don't tell them, let the women inform themselves. it is better :) because what's precisely proper in veil?, each woman has a different view to it.

Soul said...

Ignorance is bliss and so is ignoring.

I would rather prefer to signal and leave/continue with my work.

If encountered with a misconception oriented woman, I would say, if you can correct it, correct it. Its your choice. I did my job of informing.

If still the woman clings to her misconception, LEAVE.

~ Soul

Hamitaf La B. said...

I probably wouldn't get upset... bel3ax....
Ya3ni I can't believe she actually came and gave you a lecture...