Everyone has his or her own use of different words. For example, I once told my Mom that my Art History class in college was monogamous. Now, I know, that you know that what I meant to say was monotonous, but that’s who I am. I toot my own horn sometimes and if the word fits – use it! That’s what I say!
Now that we’re clear on how I tick, I would like to take this time to review my most commonly used words, and how I interpret them, especially of late.
Frustrated: annoyed at the lack of imagination I seem to have.
Regurgitation: to repeat useless mind garble stemming from frustration.
Sarcasm: used in emergency situations when regurgitation happens.
Un-follow: to remove your status as a ‘fan’ or ‘friend’ because I offended you.
Crybabytittymouth: (used as one word in my vocabulary) to un-follow my blog
Because I use too much satire.
(I’m sensing a theme here.)
No. I’m not bitter. I’m elated! Can you tell?
I want people to read my blog. If I wanted to keep this to myself, I would have purchased a leather-bound journal and holed myself up in my room. So needless to say I take it personally when someone doesn’t want to read what I have to say. I’m honest. What’s wrong with that? I read blogs daily and some are un-couth and sex-driven. Some people rant about their va jay jays and some enjoy caressing their dolly-whackers. I bitch. It’s what I do. I say what’s on my mind and sometimes it comes across nasty or ugly.
I.O.I. (I’m Over It). Well, in a minute I will be.
So to the crybabytittymouth that un-followed me, because I apparently offended you during my sarcastic rant about (fill in the blank here) whatever - I’m not going to apologize for regurgitating in lieu of being frustrated, good riddance!
Welcome to the Department of Redundancy Department.
I’m done now. I feel better. I apparently, am not the bigger person.