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How Insensitive of You!

Yes, I am still angry. I am terribly hurt. I don't want to beat you with a pillow, I would use the Safer Sword but I'm afraid that I'm so pissed off that I will break it over your head. The only scene from the commercials of Ya Ya Sisterhood that sticks out is the one where she and her mother are both screaming and pounding the phone on the table/counter. That is what I want to do to your head. With something hard.

How could you be so insensitive? How could you be so callous? How could you be so airheaded?

What am I blathering on about for those of you who read this ask? My dear husband took it upon himself last night while I was reading HP and OotP to tell me who dies.

I was reading the book. I showed him I had about 1/3 to 1/4 left to go. He asks me if its good and I'm like - YES. So he says to me, Well, I know ****** dies.


Know what he says to me? He says, I thought X dies at the beginning! I'm sorry!

Fuck you!

Anyone who is anyone knows that she did NOT put the death of X at the beginning of the book.

Furthermore, my neighbor who was disappointed in the book - blathered on to dear hubby telling him how disappointed she was in it because NOTHING HAPPENS UNTIL THE END.

What part of that did he miss? Is it the hair color? Is it the fact that the neighbor rattles on so that even I tend to ignore most of what she tells me? Because she IS rather boring to listen to.

I know she told him that nothing happened until the end of the book because she told ME she told him that and then she repeatedly told me how nothing happens until the end of the book and how she did not like the book for that reason.


I have so enjoyed this book. I was so looking forward to the surprise at the end - who dies? When does the other stuff take place? What is going to happen?

Well, now the book, that I have enjoyed emensely, has been ruined for me.

Of course I don't know HOW X dies, but the fact that it is X that dies - I didn't want to know that until I read it.

I cannot begin to tell you how pissed off I am.

Did I do that to you when you were reading Regina's Song and you told me you had 51 pages left and that you didn't want to know how it ended because you didn't want the book ruined for you?

No. Instead I asked where you were at in the book so that I knew what it was safe to talk to you about.

How can you be so calous? So uncaring?

Why could you say, have you gotten to the part where the major charachter dies yet?

Then I could have said no and you would not have ruined a book for me.

I'm so distressed. I cried myself to sleep last night. I'm sick to my stomach today. I'm heartsick.

Is a book really that important?

Its not that the book is important - I think it is because I happen to enjoy these books and enjoy discovering what is happening next without interference of someone telling me about what the charachter is going to do or say - its more the principal of the matter.

Its that he didn't want to know how HIS book ended (because I read it before him obviously), its that he was careless of my feelings and instead of erring on the side of caution, he threw caution to the wind and told me how mine ends.

Not really how it ends per se, but which charchater dies.

Here I'm thinking its Sn, M or D - and even hoping its F and that darn cat - or the newest toad charachter - but NOOOOOOO - its ruined for me.

I just want to beat you seriously about the head with something to knock some sense into you.

I will eventually let this go, but in the meantime, be expecting some frigid weather.

Yes, you heard me correctly, I'm that pissed off. I'm that hurt.


And, "I didn't know" or "I thought it happened at the beginning" is not an acceptable excuse either. Because I was told that you were told that nothing happened until the end. Which means that you did not listen. Oh, you heard what you wanted to - enough to ruin the book for me - but you DIDN'T hear the most important part - NOTHING HAPPENS UNTIL THE END - that part that would have stopped you from ruining it.

I am so terribly hurt. I don't even know where to begin to express the pain in my chest that you would be so insensitive, so callous, so uncaring, so !@#@#$!#$!@#$!@#$!@#$.


Jul. 16th, 2003 07:36 am (UTC)
Wow now my temperment does not seem that bad. I almost punch a guys teeth out over the weekend. Long story behing that. You make me laugh.
Jul. 16th, 2003 08:05 am (UTC)
You make me laugh.

Didn't you know that was my purpose in life? To entertain you?

Jul. 16th, 2003 08:06 am (UTC)
You might be the red head
But man once you get that white hot flame - you can melt rock.
Hence my ability to go supernova and destroy things in my path.

There are days when I channel my inner red head.
I like her, she is good at directing that anger.
Jul. 16th, 2003 08:44 am (UTC)
Re: You might be the red head
See "total distruction of storm door, glass must surgically be removed from foot" chapter of my recent life.

When I get pissed, I go off like a bomb - then after venting - I calm down, think, talk, and everything becomes right with the world.

Now, what part of the red in my hair has been missed? Apparently there is not enough of it to be seen properly.

Yes, there is red in my hair. My natural grandmother was a redhead. My aunt has flaming red hair darker than writanya's. I'm not kidding. Its natural.

I have redheaded nieces.

Of course when I photograph, depending on the light, my hair is either red or brunette.

Because both of my childrens fathers are brunettes, I've got a dark blond son and a turning brunette daughter.

Now that I've married a blond, watch and see, my next child will be a redhead. As red as my niece Bean's hair. How much do you want to bet this will occur?



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