Just no patience for people these days...
March 20, 2017 6:57am CST
I'm not sure why. Maybe it is because having to say or explain things multiple times to a person is what I consider a waste of my time, and my time is valuable, since I really don't know how much I have. Oh, it's not like I plan on dying anytime soon, but for all I know a meteorite could come crashing through the roof and smash me flat right in the middle of a word or a sentence. Or maybe I am a distant cousin to Oscar The Grouch. Either way, I just find it extremely irritating when I have to say something 2 or 3 times, or even worse, when I tell someone something that I know to be a fact and they try to say it isn't like that. Besides, I get enough backtalk from Scar...and HE always wins. I refuse to lose all arguments.
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• United States
20 Mar 17
You reminded me of a guy at my dad's house. He kept telling me I was wrong on things, and I knew I was right. And if he had looked these things up, he would have known that. I was getting more upset, so in respect to my dad, I left. The next day my dad said, "You were mean to that guy yesterday." I responded, "I wasn't mean. I was rude!"
• El Paso, Texas
20 Mar 17
You poor thing, I sure hope Scar isn't watching when............ oh nevermind. OH yeah, I wonder if I could trouble you about something you explained a long while ago about how to post a link from youtube without it playing all the extra stuff that comes after the video you want to share, I can't find your tip, I know it's on here somewhere but boy, there's sooooooooooo much to go through. PLEEEEZE?
• Hartford, Connecticut
21 Mar 17
yea, I know the feeling.. I have a roommate the miraculously only hears and remembers what she wants to hear or remember. If it is something important. "She doesn't recall" She doesn't hear you.. unless you are NOT talking to her.. and then she jumps into your conversation even if it's just a conversation with your cat OR dog... If I had a dime for every time she said "what?" and I said I was talking to the dog and a nickel for every time I have had to call her name more than once (when she is sitting 4 feet away from me) I'd have enough heavy coins to put in a sack and knock her over the head with!