Tuesday, April 8, 2014


The past couple of weeks, I've found that the most common word used to describe me has been "sassy." And it's got me thinking, because it has come from so many different people that know me in so many different capacities. 

What do they mean by sassy?

Is that a nicer way of them saying I'm a big ole biotch?

What does sassy even mean?

Who am I? What's going on? Does everyone hate me? What's wrong?

You know, the logical things you question when everyone uses the same adjective to describe you.

So obviously I looked it up.

According to Webster:

Solid. I like it.

According to Urban Dictionary (because, duh):

Okay. I'm cool. That's good.

You have to have me? Okay then... 

This one is quite obviously the best answer. And quite obviously written specifically about me. 

But in all seriousness here. Based on my investigation, it appears that people calling me "sassy" is a wonderful compliment. So I think I'm just going to fully embrace this in my life now. 

And I guess I'll go ahead and assume that when menfolk call me sassy that means they love everything about me in a "fun, daring, sexy, playful, flirty, saucy" way. So there's that. 

The message here is watch what you say. Because you may end up unknowingly giving someone a total confidence boost with a simple word. 

xoxo, jgp


  1. LOL, I love being described as sassy. It doesn't happen very often, but sometimes I have one of those days where I can't control what comes out of my mouth. Just go on being your sassy self. ;)

  2. And I think you're sassy! ;D
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