Dear Cable Guy

From your last response it is pretty clear that you think my only interest is in having my cable hooked up. I find that to be very cold of you, and I want you to know that.

I don’t understand why you refuse to see me. You seem willing to throw this relationship aside as if we have known each other long enough to have stopped caring. We don’t know each other at all, cable guy.

Why don’t you stop by later and spend some time? You can hook up my cable, and I can watch you hook up my cable. It’ll be great. I love shit like that, and I bet you do too. If not, maybe you should get a new fucking job.

I know you think I’m just using you. I don’t want to define what I feel, cable guy, I just know that I feel it. Yes, I want my cable hooked up, obviously, but most men do. Especially at my age. This doesn’t have to be a big deal.

Honestly, your reluctance to participate is starting to piss me off. Relationships are give and take, and so far you haven’t given me anything. I give you plenty though. For instance, this letter.

I bet the moment you walk through my front door all will be forgiven. Some say I’m a pushover, but the truth is I’m just easy to please. I don’t ask a lot of you, do I? I just want my cable hooked up.

Well, I don’t just want my cable hooked up. You know what I mean.

I miss you. Please come soon.

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