5.06.2009

you know what really pisses me off?

being told not to worry about someone.

i worry because i care. i can't help it.

being told not to worry about you, to me is a slap in the face. it's like being told not to care.

so then i make it my goal not to care. so suck it.

don't ask me who this is directed at. i'm not going to talk any more about it. this is plenty.

6 comments:

Holly O. said...

Come on now. Someone is in TROUBLE.

Suzanne said...

I believe I am going to start telling people to "suck it." It seems to be a nice response for stupid comments/people.

Sarah Young said...

Whoever said not to worry is probably worried that you are so worried and because they care they are worried about you when you are worrying. (Have you ever written worry or forms of it so many times it just doesn't look right?) It's a vicious cycle ain't it?! Cut 'em some slack, it probably came from a good place. Or I could just be meddling...in which case I'll just suck it. :)

Shelley~Maren said...

If you didn't worry, they'd be pissed! They really do want you to worry, they just don't want you to be worried "sick" or anything detrimental to YOUR health, because I'm sure THEY'D worry about YOU... you see, it's an evil vicious cycle, really.

Heather B said...

Along those same lines, I hate it when I tell someone, "You look good" and their response is, "No, I don't."

Dude, I just gave you a compliment and basically you are throwing it back in my face! A simple "Thank you" will do.

Do you think I spend my time thinking up nice things to say to you, that aren't even true? Like I have that kind of time?

Obviously, I have issues with this kind of thing too.

Heather B said...

P.S. I wasn't going to share this, but it's too gross not to. You know how the other day you were telling me about how they took Garrett's appendix out of his belly button? Last night I dreamed they pulled my BABY out of my belly button. It was not a pleasant dream. Ugh. *Heebie jeebies*