I need to become more comfortable with just saying "No". In that case, she very well could've been drunk, but even if she wasn't, it's not like it's common (or would be accepted) for people to say (for example) "Hey, I really like your shirt. Can I borrow it for the night?" Were I more assertive, I'd answer with "No. I don't know who you are, and this is my shirt. Get your own." Apply it to what I do, however, and, well, I still need to work on being more assertive one way or the other. If I see that particular woman again, I will try to just keep walking first, and if that isn't an option, just respond with a simple "No". It's just like what happened when I ran into that other random person on the way to London when I was going there for the afternoon the first time. She asked for some reason if she could try my ears on. I said no then, and pushed worrying about what she might think of me out of my mind, because I had better things to do that day. Unfortunately, on the back of that note being a topic of some discussion with Manoah, those things combined became a bit too much to deal with. I still had a decent night at home, but find myself wishing more than normal now that people would just leave me alone. I realize that isn't going to happen based on my appearance, but those sorts of things haven't happened often enough yet to really make me consider adopting a different attitude or such.
At any rate, all I can really think about right now is that I need to have a shower, so I'm going to do that. I probably won't be clean for very long, because I want to get supper from Little Caesars tonight (italian cheese bread, of course), but there's enough time right now (Mom wants to leave at 9:15), and all I'd be doing otherwise is waiting for torrents to download. They should still be done by the end of the night though~