drama queens...

January 13, 2007 11:05pm CST
How do you politely tell a bunch of online drama queens to get a life? I was involved in some online drama FOUR DAYS AGO, I walked away FOUR DAYS AGO, and this bunch of girls are still at it? And these are supposed to be people with kids? Where are their kids when their mothers are on these message boards, flaming and insulting people? I mean come on folks its called get a life and tend to your kids! The funny thing is, they think following me on to different boards is going to make me go back and read their drama. I haven't been, nor will I ever be again, and seriously how do you tell this bunch of sods to get a life and move on?
3 responses
@misskatonic (3730)
• United States
14 Jan 07
Ah, online drama! It never ends. *shakes head* I generally just ignore people if they keep at me over drama. If worst comes to work, I ban their IP addresses from wherever I can and block their email. Sometimes, that's all you can do. the real drama hounds never give up.
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• Canada
14 Jan 07
Yup online drama...it's the drama which never ends...it goes on and on my friends lol.. I have all of their user names blocked, and I have the one blocked who's been following me onto the other board...yikes. But this is insane! LOL these girls don't know when to quit!
@sororravn (449)
• United States
26 Feb 07
Quite frankly, the best thing is going to be for you to ignore it. I know that it sucks, but giving these people the time of day and letting the know that it bothers you is only going to make them keep it up. When it comes to online drama (especially if thses are people that you only know online) I would just walk away and sweep it under a rug. I would leave one message on my way out and tell them that I am no longer interested in what they have to say and tell them to get a life and move on!
• Canada
14 Feb 07
I think a lot of it is the anonymity of the Internet. I'm sure these girls aren't nearly as outspoken, catty or brave in real life. It's a lot easier to say what's on your mind through a keyboard than it is to someone's face, isn't it??