Yes I'm gay, but that's not all I am.
For me it'd be a compliment, for Fran they'd be fighting words (which I've learned the hard way not to use).
absolutely not. but sometimes ...quietly in the back of my own head - i tell it to myself. hopefully this keeps me from going to far over the edge.I have given my wife strict instructions to shoot me on the spot should I become like her.
I hate it, but it's a great method for keeping the gf in line!
NO! But it's much worse for me to be told I'm acting like my dad.
Typically, even the internal thought is enough to send me into apoplexy. Therapy helps. Only a little.
Like Sassy, for me it would be a compliment. Everybody loved her. She was my best friend.
My sister does that when she's fighting dirty. She says, "Hello, Marilyn..." Ouch! Drives me to therapy every time!
tg does that to me whenever i forget something, like my name
That was kind of an insult when I was still married....and while I can see how it could be not such a great thing, I resented it being used so pejoratively.Just another reason why my life has changed. ;)
You know? I just posted a major rant directed at my sister on my blog today... Maybe when I call her, I should tell her she is being as self-absorbed as Mom. She'll HAVE to respond to that!Thanks for the idea, Suzanne.
Not really, but it does make me smile, cuz sometimes it's true. But if I really become her level of her, then Linda IS to shoot me!
seriously depends on what qualities I am being compared to!! haha
Never had that experience, but I do think about the pieces of me that came from mom and dad: the things they did or said that I have incorporated into my style.
Oh hell no.And I love my mother.But still.Oh, HELL no.
I would rather slit my wrists!!!
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