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June 4, 2024 13 mins

Dear Steve and Shirley, I'm in the most trifling phase of my life, but it took the last incident to shake some sense into me. I was with the married guy that I deal with occasionally. He told me to stop by to get some money. So I went by his house while his wife was having dinner with her parents. I have my Lyft driver drive by the restaurant so I can make sure her car was still there. I went into the back door of the house and he greeted me in his underwear. He took them off and I had to earn the money. I love stuff like that, so I told my Lyft driver not to wait for me. We had sex on the floor and it was magnificent. He gave me five hundred dollars cash and I was headed out when we heard the garage door going up............................................

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
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Speaker 1 (00:26):
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Speaker 2 (00:26):
Subject.

Speaker 1 (00:27):
My phone died, so I went to his neighbor's house.
He's Stephen Shirley. I'm in the most trifling phase of
my life, but it took the last incident to shake
some sense into me. I was with the married guy
that I deal with occasionally. He told me to stop
by to get some money. So I went by his
house while his wife was having dinner with her parents.

(00:49):
I have my lift driver ride by the restaurant so
I can make sure her car was still there. I
went into the back door of the house and he
greeted me in his underwear. He took them off and
I had to earn the money. I love stuff like that,
so I told my lyft driver not to wait for me.
We had sex on the floor and it was magnificent.

(01:10):
He gave me five hundred dollars cash and I was
headed out when we heard the garage door going up.
The garage going up. This man pushed me out the
back door so quickly that I could barely grab my purse.
I was standing in total darkness in his backyard, but
I made my way to the side of the house
so I could call myself a ride. My phone was dead,

(01:32):
and I was stuck in the suburbs with no way
to get a lift, ride or call any of my
friends to come get me. After about fifteen minutes of panicking,
I rang the neighbor's doorbell. An older white lady answered,
and she asked me if I was a prostitute. I
told her that I was visiting a friend, but she
was not home and my phone died. She said she

(01:55):
assumed I had been next door with the married man
that always has pretty young girls coming in and out
of the house. I was hurt, but didn't react. She
took my phone inside and plugged it in for me,
but she made me stay outside. When I got some
juice in my phone. I saw that I didn't have
any miscalls from him. It's been a week and he
hasn't even texted me. Should I keep trying to get

(02:18):
an explanation for him? Or was it my fault for
trusting him?

Speaker 2 (02:22):
What? What?

Speaker 1 (02:24):
All?

Speaker 2 (02:24):
Right?

Speaker 1 (02:25):
Come on, now, you really already know the answer to
your questions, So I have to assume you wrote Steve
and I just for fun. He lured you over to
his house where he lives with his wife, with the
promise of giving you five hundred dollars. You went, you
learned that there was a catch to getting the money,
and okay, you guys had sex on the floor and

(02:45):
you said it was magnificent. And just as you were leaving,
his wife comes home and he kicks you out with
no phone juice to make it on your own, you
went to the neighbor's house, a nice white lady who
plugged your phone, charge your phone for you, and you're
sold o. Man hasn't called you. That's the first thing
you wanted to know when your phone got charged was

(03:06):
did he call you? No, he didn't call you, So
what else do you need to know? The white lady
told you that it was a lot of young girl's beautiful,
pretty young girls going over there too. Look how he
treated you when his wife came home. He kicked you out,
He was done with you, and he's been through with
you ever since. So no, you don't need to see him,
hear him, talk to him, or anything again. You know

(03:28):
what's up. It's over and it should be Move on
with your life. Be glad you didn't caught in that.
Get caught in that woman's house on the floor doing
her husband. Okay, that's what you really should be thinking about. Steve.

Speaker 3 (03:41):
Well, this opens the letter wide up for me because
why I mean, I can say anything because clearly, yeah,
I don't know who side you own on this letter
right here, but it's just so much.

Speaker 2 (03:55):
Shall I begin? And where is the only question? My
phone dies? So I went to his.

Speaker 3 (04:00):
Neighbor's house, then Stephen Shirley. I'm in the most trifling
phase of my life. This has got to be addressed,
this woman, says Steve and Shirley, I am in the
most trifling phase of my life. Here's a person who

(04:22):
knows they trifling and then wrote us about it. She say,
But it took this last incident to shake some sense
into me. Now she was with this married guy that
she dealt with occasionally. He told you to stop by
to get some money. So I went by his house

(04:43):
while his wife was having dinner with her friends.

Speaker 2 (04:47):
Now this is how.

Speaker 3 (04:47):
Trifling she is. I had the lift driver. See, I'm
gonna show you just how trifleing she is. I had
the lyft driver ride by the restaurant so I could
make sure her car I was still there.

Speaker 2 (05:02):
Ooh, you trifling.

Speaker 3 (05:05):
So you doing research on his wife where that's really
his job, But you're so trifling you double checking. I
went to the back door of the house. He greeted
me in his underwear. Then he took him off and
told me I had to earn the money. I love

(05:28):
stuff like that. What she said, I am in the
most trifling phase of my life.

Speaker 2 (05:40):
He took his.

Speaker 3 (05:40):
Clothes off and said, you got to earn the money.
I love stuff like that. So I told my lyft
driver she will back outside. Walked to the front of
the house because the lyft driver ain't pull all the
way in the back, and told it not to wait
for me. We had sex on the floor and it
was magnificent flow. Sex with the married dude at his

(06:05):
house by the back door to earn five hundred dollars. Yes,
you are in the most trifling phase of your life.
I agree. Then you was headed out and you heard
the garage come up. This man pushed me out the
back door so quickly I could barely grab my purse.

Speaker 2 (06:24):
I was standing in total darkness.

Speaker 3 (06:25):
In his backyard, but I made my way to the
side of the house so I could call me arriveal
we come back the rest of how trifling she is?

Speaker 1 (06:37):
All right, Steve, we'll have part two of your response
coming up at twenty three minutes after the hour. Today's
Strawberry letter subject is my phone died, So I went
to his neighbor's house. We'll get back into it right
after this. You're listening Steve Hardy Morning Show. All right,
Come on, Steve, let's recap today's Strawberry letter. The subject

(06:57):
my phone died, So I went to his.

Speaker 3 (07:01):
Opening line, I am in the most trifling phase of
my life. And Lord have mercy. This lady did not
disappoint us. She's dating the married dude. The marriage dude
told her to come over. She needed some money. She
got a lyft She ain't got no car. She got
a lyft driver. To take her and said his wife

(07:21):
was at a restaurant, so come by. She had the
lift driver take her by the restaurant so she could
double check to see if the wife was still there.

Speaker 2 (07:29):
It was.

Speaker 3 (07:30):
She drove, had the lyft driver drop her off. She
go to the back door. He opened up the door,
standing there in his drawers. Then he said, you got
to earn the money. She said, I like stuff like that.
So they had sex in the flow and it was magnificent.
She got up and all of a sudden she heard

(07:52):
the garage door opening. The man pushed her outside so
fast she ain't had time to grab her purse.

Speaker 2 (08:00):
She standed outside in the dark, total darkness.

Speaker 3 (08:04):
But I made my way to the side of his
house so I could call myself a ride. Then her
phone was dead. Now she's stuck in the suburbs. Now,
when people say they stuck in the suburbs, that means
they live.

Speaker 2 (08:18):
In the hood. Yeah, yeah, this is what that means.

Speaker 3 (08:23):
This is how you analyze I was stuck in the suburbs.
That's cause she don't live out there. She from the hood,
which ain't nothing wrong with that. But now she out
of her element with no way to get a lyft
right or call any of my friends. After fifteen minutes
of panicky, I rang the neighbor's dobell. That is what

(08:45):
the letter even get more trifles. Now you're out here
raising white folks, dobell all. The white lady answered the
dough and the first thing she said to you is
are you a prostitute?

Speaker 1 (09:00):
Where did that come from?

Speaker 2 (09:01):
That's how she agreed, where that comes from.

Speaker 3 (09:04):
You just came to the back door to pick up
five hundred dollars and had.

Speaker 2 (09:08):
To earn it. That is prostitution.

Speaker 1 (09:12):
Yeah.

Speaker 3 (09:14):
Now the white lady say, are you a prostitute? She
wasn't appalled or nothing, she said. I told her I.

Speaker 2 (09:19):
Was visiting a friend, but she wasn't home and my
phone died. She said.

Speaker 3 (09:27):
She assumed I had been next door with the marriage
man that always has pretty girls coming in and out
of the house. I was hurt, but I didn't react
who you were. She took my phone inside, plugged it
in for me, but she made me stay outside. Yeah,

(09:50):
she don't know you. That ain't racist or nothing. You
didn't bring your black ass in my house either. Matter
of fact, I'm not plugging your phone. So anybody that's
listening to this letter thinking about the white lady races,
wouldn't even let her come in the house. You're not
coming in Steve's house. The black answer is out of

(10:11):
juice on your phone? Where is your driver talking about
you visiting the damn friend? I'd have figured that out
so fast. Well, where your free in at? So where
your car at? Won't you leave? The lyft driver dropped
you off at a house that ain't nobody in. What
kind of damn senseter that?

Speaker 2 (10:27):
Mate?

Speaker 3 (10:29):
Now the white lady already know your prostitute. She don't
have a prostitutes in her house. Now, your phone is
not out of your possession. You not only trifling, you stupid.
She talking about when she got her phone back, she
didn't have no miscalls from him. He can't call you
his wife home right? They in there talking about to dinner.

(10:53):
I ain't have no miscalls from him. It's been a
week and he ain't text me. The white lady, the
old white lady told you'd be a lot of pretty
girls coming in. When you think they coming, they come
during the week. It ain't your turn. You ain't getting
back over that till you need another five hundred and

(11:14):
then you got to get back.

Speaker 2 (11:15):
Over there and earn it.

Speaker 3 (11:17):
Should I keep trying to get an explanation from him.

Speaker 2 (11:22):
He don't owe you nothing. He paid you, you got.

Speaker 3 (11:27):
The five hundred. He don't owe you nothing, or wasn't
my fault for trusting him? Trusting him? Wow, you are
in the most trifling phase of your life, and young lady,
you need to stop it. Get yourself together, get yourself

(11:49):
some self esteem. Stop selling your body for five hundred dollars.
Stop trying to trust people that commit untrustworthy acts. His
wife is probably trying to figure out if she should
trust him. All the pretty girls that go in and
out the house that the white lady thinks prostitutes, there
ain't nobody trying to figure out they trust him? Accept

(12:10):
you questions you need to ask yourself now. First of all,
when he pushed you out the house, you got to
get out. You can't be in him because if you
think the old lady thought you was a prostitute.

Speaker 2 (12:21):
What you think the wife gonna think? Goodness.

Speaker 3 (12:24):
The next question you need to ask yourself is are
you a prostitute? And young lady, the answer to that
is no, You've made a mistake, an air and judgment.
You're in a trifling phase of your life and you
need to stop. I hope this is shaking you to
where you go and find yourself. Listen, everybody make mistakes.

(12:48):
God ain't gonna hold it against you, no am. I.
Get yourself together, find out who you really are, and
stop serving yourself up to undeserving men.

Speaker 1 (12:56):
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so good. You can download it today now coming up
at forty six minutes after it's.

Speaker 2 (13:09):
Junior and then we talk cong Right after this, I'm
working on junior speech for next year.

Speaker 1 (13:16):
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