So you think losing my voice is funny?

@gantwick (849)
United States
February 21, 2008 8:13am CST
Okay, it is. But it's hard to get it back when I can't seem to get any rest. I am a magnet for questions and conversations, both at work and at home. At home, at least they ask me something to my face and try to limit it to yes/no type questions. At work, however, they seem to get a kick out of hearing my struggle to squeak and squawk out an answer and often the person is not in front of me. Today, however, I decided to do something different and bratty(I think I'm feeling better). I stopped at the store on the way to work and bought some throat lozenges (not bratty, but I need them) a pad of paper, colored markers, and a bicycle horn. I debated on whether to get the more-expensive-but-nerdily-cool horn, or the cheaper-but-really-annoying horn. Needless to say, I think the annoyance factor is more effective for the clowns I work with, so I went with the cheaper one. Do you have any creative ways for dealing with jokesters?
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@raydene (9875)
• United States
21 Feb 08
Hi Doll, Your co workers do not sound very nice! Honey pretend you didn't hear them until they gat close enough for you to whisper..At that point you can blast them with that annoying horn of yours. oxoxxoxoxo
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@gantwick (849)
• United States
21 Feb 08
They're all nice. I'm usually the prankster. They were just "getting even" with me for some of my past silliness. The horn is doing a fine job of driving them nuts. I can't wait to take it home and use it when my kids start to argue about nothing.
@Stacyy (35)
• Canada
21 Feb 08
Well if they act like idiots it's fun to act like them once in awhile just to see the way they would act, since they know that you won't get them back. LoL
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