"Nice. Going to bed now."
August 28, 2017 10:00am CST
Well, I figured out why we just say, "I'm fine" when someone asks how we're doing. Last night, (on Facebook Messenger) an old classm - no, frenemy asked how my son and I were doing, and when I mentioned my macular degeneration, other eye issues, and my son's job struggles, she said, "nice." How in the name of all things bright and beautiful are sight loss and job search struggles "nice"? Sad thing is, when I told my roommate, he said, "I'm not surprised. What more could you expect from her?" And I thought, "how about a little empathy and sympathy," but knew my roommate was right. There is a part of me that wonders what else this woman has said behind my back since we first met in 1983. But, I also know what she thinks of me is none of my business. Still, I am hurt. * As for the "going to bed now" part, "Nice. Going to bed now. Talk more tomorrow" was what she actually said.But, I don't care to talk more tomorrow with her.
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• United States
@mohit459, you must be careful on this site. It is even noted in the terms and conditions that disguising profanity in an attempt to avoid the foul mouth filter will not be tolerated. So, if you would like a gift from me, I will offer the following advice. Do not use any profanity on here (even with !, @, # $, or *) because it will get you banned.
• Genova, Italy
Being Italian, maybe I did not clearly understand the concept you wanted to express. However, I have always been told to be wary of people who speak behind others. In your absence, they will speak behind you! Did I understand well? If not, please forgive me. Regards Alessandro
• Garden Grove, California
that was unkind of her indeed I had one such incident here o n my lot between e and an old mylot friend 'after I really ltold her I had been so lill she responded interesting'''''say again I had to have emergency surgery an dd thats all my so called Friend said? 'I realized she was not my friend after all. ,