Tuesday, May 22, 2007

TWO OBSERVATIONS BASED ON RECENT DAYS

1. The word *hugs* is not a substitute for a thought-out statement of care.

2. If, after almost five years, you're still reading your ex-wife's LJ and getting bent out of shape over every little thing she says: get a fucking life!


I've got some other stuff to talk about in a few days, but things are hectic at the moment, so stay tuned...

4 comments:

Grant said...

It's weird, isn't it? Like someone forgot what the phrase "ex-wife" is supposed to mean.

Glori said...

Have said stuff at the LJ, so here it's a round of "Here, here" :)

Hang in there.

Kinda like deja vu ... different, yet, similar. Depressingly I'm still getting it (at nearly 37) from my parents. They don't seem to grasp the concept it's THEIR *insert rude word* stuff to deal, not mine *sigh. Family! Much prefer the ones we make for ourselves :)

David Cake said...

Many people have made the same observation about *hugs*.
I myself prefer the more manly *pint*.

Yes, well. You've probably read my suggestion. Its bullying.

Lee Battersby said...

Naturally, as an Australian male, I prefer the traditional squirrel's handshake, dry hump, and tongue in the ear. But it's so hard to get the right emoticon for it....

And honestly, you'd think that after almost half a decade, you'd find stuff in your own life to capture your thoughts and give you joy. Some people are pitiable.