Assistant cat to Darth Cat: "Sir, I believe we arrived right on time."
So far I'm the only one who's asked any questions. My questions have resulted in responses but that's it. There is no follow-up. So I'm left with the option of ending this slightly confusing exchange or sending along my memoirs.
Of course, first I'd have to write my memoirs so option two seems a bit more involved than I might actually want. And, as "very interested" as he may be, I don't know that he'll wait around several years while I get that finished.
But then people manufacture problems and get up in arms about perceived slights and it gets hard to not let out an exasperated sigh and ask, "Seriously?!? No, seriously?"
Between this and the already present whines about people choosing to say happy holidays instead of Merry Christmas the holiday season is coming in with a bang.
I love how people make it seem as if choosing to wish people happy holidays is some personal slight against their religion. I can't speak for how others use it but for me? It's an attempt at honoring and respecting the different religions out there. Which, for an atheist, you have to admit is pretty damn nice. Because if it were truly up to me you'd maybe get a "hey, have a good December" and that'd be that.
But I'm a heathen, so, really, what can you expect??
But what does happen to me sometimes is that I'll be in the mood to chat so l'll send a text. The person, most likely having some kind of life that doesn't involve waiting on bated breath to hear from me (what?!? I know, right? Rude!) doesn't respond till hours later. At which point I've moved on past my need to connect and then I'm all "sigh. I have to answer that text. But words are hard! I don't want to."
And then I wonder why I have like two friends. But, hey, you two are the bestest! For real.
Have you read about the professor who lives in a dumpster?? I posted about that a while back. He turned it into a pretty workable space. :)
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