Gigga What???

Okay, so I have to tell you about this weird encounter I had yesturday during my lunch break in downtown Orlando. There my co-worker and I went to the nearest Goth store so she could get her daughter some kind of wrist band with this Emily chick on it. I have no clue what the heck this stuff is but anyways… we made it to the store and I’m just looking around, minding my own buisness when this pale white lady dressed in head to toe black in her late 50’s early 60’s starts telling me things about myself.

I know freaky. But it gets better. She starts out by telling me I have had loss in my life. Ummmm ya okay. But then she proceeds to tell me that it’s from a past life. Oh okay. What a relief. HA! Then out of the blue she’s like you have a boy. Yes, I do and then she says “3 more”! What?? I looked at her rather weirder than I was to begin with and by now my co-worker has been sucked into this garbage and is eating this up word for word. I asked if she meant I was going to have three more boys. Yep. She shook her head and turned and walked out of the store.

This freaked me out. My co-worker looked at me and said you just got your self a free reading. I didn’t want a free reading and what the hell was that all about. Well turns out she’s from some place out of town who the store owner see’s in their often. Was she for real?? Or was she stoned out of her mind? She grabbed my attention and now everyone in my office knows about it and keeps asking when I’m gonna start cracking on the 3 kids to come. Weird! Never know what you might find out about yourself in the City Beautiful.

2 Comments so far

  1. AnnMarie (unregistered) on February 25th, 2005 @ 10:33 pm

    Oh my! If someone told me I was going to have three more boys I think I might throw up. I can barely handle the ONE!!!

  2. Noodle (unregistered) on March 11th, 2005 @ 2:59 pm

    Impressive… A middle aged woman in a hot topicish store… No WAY she would have, like, a child. Especially a social outcast male.

    And the odds of nailing the fifty-fifty ratio gender point… I mean… WOWEE!

    All psychics are frauds.

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