Tuesday, April 12, 2011

TELL IT LIKE IT IS TUESDAY




Today is Tuesday and that means you get to tell it like it is.

Is there something you would like to get off your chest but can't because it would probably cause more trouble?  Well you have come to the right place.  Here is an opportunity to spill your guts and tell someone off or just vent about pent up frustration.

Feel free to post anonymously if you are afraid someone you know might read your comments.
There is something so therapeutic about venting.

So let's hear what's on your mind this week.

8 comments:

Cindy said...

I had to laugh when I read this. There are a few topics I've wanted to post on my blog but don't because of the people I know who read it :)

I am so glad that my daughter's mother-in-law is not mine! I can only stand her for maybe an hour. Then I either want to duct tape her mouth or run away with my hands over my ears screaming..."would you just shut up, it's not all about you!!!"
Whew! I feel better, thanks ;)

Laraine Eddington said...

I hate it when the media screams about Washington being "broken" because everyone doesn't agree. Democracy is messy, enjoy the ride!

Anonymous said...

This is so fun and it is therapeutic too.

Dear postal clerk,
Why do you have to be such a sourpuss? It wouldn't hurt to smile once in a while. PLease don't act like I am an inconvience to you when I need to send a package or buy stamps.

Sincerely,
A concerned postal customer.

Amy @ Keep'n The SunnySide said...

Ok.. I wish someone would have asked moa.. if I minded having my son's spring break this week, while I still have to get up early to take my daughter to Jr. high each morning. THEN the week after Easter.. well.. it's my daughters turn to be off.. and you guessed it.. yes I'm up early that week taking my son to school. Nice. Thanks for that.

Anonymous said...

Dear co-worker.... Can you really not tell that you smell awful? I don't think its fair that I have to suffer through my day because you reek of cigarettes, b.o., and whatever that dreadful perfume is that you feel the need to soak yourself in. Its almost like there is a cloud around you that leaves trails wherever you go that stings my eyes! I can honestly tell where you have just been just by following my nose. I am not even kidding. As soon as you come around I have an instant headache! It smells like you took a magazine and rubbed ALL of the free samples on your body all at once to mask the terrible smoke smell. In which case, if you are using the perfume to disguise the smell, you obviously know there is a problem. All that perfume does is add to the indescribable raunchy aroma! I have one word for you... DEODORANT! And it might not be a bad idea to re-apply it multiple times during the day. I know this might seem like a difficult task. We all know that laziness is more your forte. Having to put effort into anything would be a challenge, but its really not that hard to swipe a little on. So lets start small, and just put it on in the morning before you come in... PLEASE!!! I would even be willing to purchase a stick for you if you promise to use it! And just lay off the perfume. Less is more!! Its hard enough to find happiness in my job, the least you could do is allow me to breathe fresh air while I am here!

Wow I feel better now!

Patricia said...

Perfume and cig smoke are my pet peeves as well. A couple of people at the Senior Center where I volunteer reek of one or the other. 80 year old Cig guy likes to hug ~~~
and we all hold our breath first.

Roberta said...

This is so appropriate after just watching Jamie Oliver and Food Revolution...OMG why doesn't America get it!!! Yes Democracy is good...but only when we are part of it and refuse to give up our rights to change what is not working. Corporations are running America...not the government and sure as heck not the Am. public. Ask the questions...why are cell phones outlawed for children under the age of 12 in most European and Asian nations because of the harmful frequencies AND why...as Jamie asks...do we sugar coat everything in this country ;)

Anonymous said...

I'm a little late here, but this didn't happen till just before bed.

Dear daughter-in-law:
What is your problem? You just get up and leave the room without saying good night, kiss my foot, or anything? And then you leave this morning without saying goodbye? Where you not taught any manners at all? I don't buy this "shy" crap. You were just led around by the nose by your mother for too long and I'm not sure you can wipe your rear without her instruction. You're married now. Grow up already!