Do they have caller ID in Canada? Caller ID is the best thing I have ever found in the world. Don't answer if one of your narcs calls it's never good news, only more shit to shovel.
Yeah Q. We have caller ID and call blocking up here in our igloos. I even have a Mountie in his red uniform standing guard on my front porch!Good thing Joan and I love the hell outta you or we'd stop being so damn polite.
Ok, I want a mountie outside my door. Or do igloos have doors?
If we don't get Trump's wall, we'll all need a Mountie outside our igloos to keep Americans out.
I wish I could move to Canada. Seriously. Both choices are awful in my book but Trump scares me. Being disabled even doubly so. I believe Canada definitely will get an influx.
You bet, and you better act like nothing happened either, just to keep the peace. Which was something I was never able to do. I was always "bringing it back up again". I was treated like I was crazy for doing so.
Oh, yes, the old "you hold such GRUDGES!"
Oh yes, that whole forget it every happen stuff or a internet writer called the "forgive and forget" stuff. Mine could snap in 1 second and then the next day expect you to forget it.
Who's angry? You must have misunderstood. I have been calm all along-slams door on the way out.
Yeah! I meant "fuck you" in the kindest way possible.
Damn M-fan you're cheating on me and we've never met. That's a neat trick.
Cheat on my beloved Q? Never!
So true. My J&H N father would rant and rage and scream reducing me to tears. Then my DH would come to pick me up and not understand at all what had gone on because NF was so charming so nice couldn't do enough for DH. Oh it's YOU - way too sensitive. F*** him.
Guess I was "lucky" Bee. Once my DH became part of the family my father dropped his mask and made my DH one of the targets of his rages and lies. I say "lucky" because until his untimely death my DH was my strongest supporter. Maybe that's why, when I called to say he's died, mummy dearest said, "Good. Now you can see us more often."
I was told "youre too sensitive" probably a million times.
Maybe that's why, when I called to say he's died, mummy dearest said, "Good. Now you can see us more often." Do they ever listen to themselves or just prattle on endlessly and inappropriately? My mother always managed to keep her foot stuck in her mouth. My MIL had not been cremated yet and my mother was talking about hooking up with my FIL which went over like a turd in the punch bowl
Let's face it Q, it would be a major understatement to say sensitivity is not their strongest point!
BEE that reminds me of walking in post narc rage when I was about 16. My mother went totally off the charts after my fathers father fixed her mothers screen door. I knew something was up as soon as I walked in. The faces on everyone there looked like they had just been told they were dying of an inoperable cancer. I of course knew it was her default. I don't know why no one else was surprised I had seen it twice a week my whole life.