*Note about this post: I am experimenting. Because people are stupid and my patience is finite.
Dear Asshat who told me (again) that if I ever get divorced, he’ll take me (he’s married too [which somehow makes this ok?], but “that’s what lawyers are for”):
- Hell, no.
- With such a classy display of disrespect for your wife and myself, I’m somehow still going with NO.
- So glad to know my agency means nothing to you. No.
- You’re older than my mom. Um, no.
- And again with the no.
I admit to a morbid sort of curiosity about why you believe it’s remotely ok to say something like that, but I don’t want to be in your presence that long, and I certainly don’t want to listen to any more of your bullshit.
And so I leave you with the only thing I managed to say about any of this to your face: keep dreaming. (Just do it somewhere else.)
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As someone who by all rights SHOULD be beyond lucky in cards, lucky in love (companionship) one would think, would be a no-brainerr.
So much….for that, and a hundred, or so other things I’ve seen never to bare fruit. As for Rome(no), I am so embarrassed by the male species, at times. We are Neanderthal, at best, but qhen some of us “settle” for that, as opposed to aspiring to something better, pretty much, all is lost.
You don’t care to have unwarranted advantages made in your direction, which I would imagine he likes razzin’ you, or he feels he can wear down your self esteem, to the point where he can establishing a toe hold, of sorts. It may call for you to oil the ledge.
The people who will become the subjects of these posts are in no way indicative of the male gender, as a whole. They appear here precisely because they are so . . . unique. But the gendered social differences are fascinating.
I was thinking about this earlier, and I’m sad to say most of these posts will specifically relate to men, if only because women – at least around here – tend to be asshats in subtler ways that don’t quite lend themselves to pithy blog posts. And because women tend to come up with better lines than, say, this guy.
Nonetheless, I know the deficits of the gene-pool from which I sprang. And tho there are a”few” of us that walk erect (figuratively speaking) I get your point, I think
Nonetheless, I know the deficits of the gene-pool from which I sprang. And tho there are a”few” of us that walk erect (figuratively speaking) I get your point, I think.