This chick is aggravating me more and more, so I wanted to give you a better picture of her. She's about five foot even, with skin so white it's translucent. This was magnified when she dyed her hair a hideous, unnatural shade of red--unevenly, at that, so big patches of her hair are still brown. Then she put her hair in those little scalp-tight, cornrow braids where you can see the scalp in between the braids. Something about that hairstyle just grosses me out anyway--I don't like being able to see peoples' oily scalps.
She has three tattoos; now I've got nothing against tattoos, I got my first one last week. But having an ex-girlfriend's name as a big, scrawling, cursive tramp-stamp? Okay, anyone can make a mistake and get a stupid tattoo. But then she's also got a different girl's name tattooed on her hand. And her own name on her arm. I've never understood that. Why would you get your own name tattooed on you? Do these people frequently forget who they are or something?
She yells at people across the restaurant when they're talking to customers; she interrupts and just yells over peoples' conversations. Everybody is "homeslice" or "homegirl"; and she never shuts the hell up about her "baby daddy". Speaking of which, she had to have DNA tests to find out which of the two brothers she slept with was the kid's dad. She slept with the second one to get back at the first for not calling her.
I've never met anyone so loud and obnoxious--or with less sense. Tonight, for example, she was giving someone grief. That someone told her to respect her elders. "What elders?" she hollered in her best ghetto accent. (Does Texas even have ghettos? I don't know.)
I snorted and pointed out that almost everybody who works there is older than her, which is when she crossed the line. "Yeah, and ya'll are still just waitresses, so fuck ya'll!" She flounced away then and the rest of us stood there in somewhat shock. You just don't say that kind of shit to people! Not in that judgmental tone, because that is a soft spot for most of us, I think. Is anyone not a little defensive to that whole "when are you going to get a real job" crap?
Now that I think about it, that one comment pretty much sums up her personality.