Thread: Walmart - Germantown
Good experience at Walmart. Went shopping for a few miscellaneous items, with pistol on the hip. Greeter said hello as usual. Don't think too many noticed, but wasn't paying too much attention as I don't care what people think anyhow.
Now I'll admit I'm still pretty new to this all, haven't been out much with OC. Just acted like I usually do, going about my shopping.
In the checkout line, a very nice 5'10" blond in front of me dropped a magazine. I picked it up for her and said I got it, and got a smile and a thanks from her. She continued to look back now and then and smile. On the way out in the parking lot, she was by her minivan packing up, and again turned around and gave a smile. Now boys, she had a wedding ring and so do I, so I don't wanna hear any of this "you should have gone and talked to her!".
Blondie aside, I'm not out to impress the ladies or get reactions, just express the freedom and exercise something I think is important.
Good experience, I hope future ones are just as good.
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she was smiling as she was basking in the glow of your deterrent effect.
She was impressed by size of your defense tool!
Must'a been eager for hoplophagia! Not a hoplophobe, not a hoplophile, but a hoplophage.
In my single days, I would have talked to her faster than Chief Flynn spewing disapproval of open carry. She was wearing a nice jean skirt with nice legs. Always when you have a ring do the gals start flirting with you it seems.
Well done, what can we say other than the chicks dig it.
Flirting with married guys is SAFE.
I know it's not going to result in anything more than a few giggles & an ego boost, for either of us.
Flirting is fun, it's a way to show that you're interested & interesting, but can be taken only as far as you let it.
Draw the line ahead of time & then have fun not crossing it.
I don't worry when my guy flirts, because I trust him.
I think he's a little unhappy when I get attention from other guys (not because I've any intention of making off with them instead of him; he's just a little insecure).
I used to hate the faux-******* in college that the girls would date for their supposed safety. But then I had a 'girl' threaten to take a woody-driver (heh heh heh) to me for messin' with her girl. Forty plus years later the girlfriend is still a good close friend, not interested in men and the 'mother' of a nice young man.
Last edited by Doug Huffman; 08-25-2010 at 08:28 PM.