something I notice a lot more- when judging someone’s character is how they react when they get irritated.
If a person is silent and controlled or comes up to the person after the fact and lovingly corrects them (tries to talk it out straightforward), that’s the best sign.
If a person makes passive aggressive comments, or becomes moody- that’s when I know to duck and run.
I don’t care who you are- those two things are my big red flags.
We’re adults. Not children.
Being passive aggressive and moody about things was acceptable when we were young, but we’re older now and it’s just not a good character quality.
All I think of is-
If you’re going to be moody and joykill everything as my friend when you’re upset, instead of talking things out, you’re just going to drain everyone.
If you’re going to be passive aggressive as a man getting to know me, I am going to write you off as too emotionally unstable to treat me with respect in a relationship.
I’m not looking to make friends with folks who can’t talk out their problems, or talk to men who I’m going to have to worry about being psychologically abusive later on in life.
Just something of note.
Plus it is a huge irritation to me when people are outwardly moody- it’s just pure selfishness. You want attention from people, so you behave badly, to get that attention.
Frankly I just don’t have the patience.
I wish folks would just be happy, be mature, and deal with their issues head on, so they can be moved past.
Speaking of the devil, he’s married!!!!!!!!!!!
That was the weirdest moment of my life.
Beyond a doubt.
Finding out the first of my exes are married!
Woah. That’s how old I am.
David Frickin’ Bumstead messaged me- after two years, and cheating on me- insert eye roll here- to ask me to send him some of the music I recorded a couple years ago.
No apology. Nothing.
Just “Hey can you send me your music. It was good.”
Ahh, I just went on a blogging binge, and it felt so good.
Now to warm up a cup of milk and watch the tele before bed.