Hubby and I went to The Country Store to see a couple friends from Blues Jam perform with their country band, Alibi. It was fun. Saw several people from Blues Jam, and I got to dance a bit.
Also interesting--some guy from the bar (apparently a regular, but what do I know? I only go there to see bands) stopped me on the way to the ladies' room and talked to me for a while...Then one of his friends came by and gave me a long hug.
"I figured, since you were talking to him, you were one of my friends, too," he said. If that wasn't a terrific line, I don't know one.
Then the first man pointed to the guy who hugged me and said,
"He likes women like you. Strong, muscular, hard-bodied women with big legs."
This is not something I have heard before. I am not entirely sure how to take it. But, hey, I guess anything that starts with "He likes women like you..." is probably a compliment.
It is, right?