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12.31.2005

Just say NO!

**UPDATE: 1/1/06: FYI...those people never called and of course never showed up...in case all of you were wondering...

Sorry all, I would have loved to have posted a very special rant I had all about Laura Ingalls being a brazen hussy...but when I went to my very expensive computer at home...it has decided not to work. I know I complain a lot...but when you spend money on something, especially something that is allegedly technically advanced...it's hard for me to understand why day after day it decides whether or not it's going to work...or whether it will lay there like a slug. Right now it's just decided to be a pain in my ass. I was absolutely infuriated trying to figure it out last night...it's just a waste of money. And then I have to come and freeze my rump off over at my dad's computer that is located right above the garage. My fingers are white already!

My parents are currently waiting for some friends to come over...I feel bad because this happens all the time. These people say they are going to show, or make plans with my parents and then never turn up. The worst part is that my parents prepare and do all sorts of things to be hospitible to them...and they do it every time! Then the fools not only don't show...but never call to say they aren't coming. That's just rude to me. If you can't make it...have the decency to call. There's never an emergency...they're just obnoxious. I've said it for a long time...if you don't want to do something...JUST SAY NO! Be a human being and have some decency for people who bust their ass trying to accomadate you. If you're tired, or don't have the money, or just don't feel like it...I think it's entirely more humaine to just say no and get it overwith. Instead my dad is running around like Cinderella on crack, and Mary's playing the MacGyver version of Rachel Ray trying to get as many things ready as possible with only a can of green olives, a matchstick, some tiny hot dogs, some dynamite, and mayonnaise! Seriously, remember this next time someone asks you to do something you really have no intention of doing!

That's all for now...I've promised miss Margaret a rousing game of Scene It: Harry Potter. Be jealous...it's okay...I'll play with you if you ask me. And if I don't feel like it when you do...I'll just say no!

4 Comments:

At 7:15 PM, Blogger lms129 said...

I wanna play "Scene it: Little House"

 
At 11:09 PM, Anonymous LizFwiz said...

I know who you are talking about, that is annoying. Remember St. Patricks Day, when they waited and waited, and then they even called and said they were coming and never showed. That is so rude.

 
At 11:27 AM, Blogger JoviFan said...

JERKS! But at least you got to play Scene It: Harry Potter! What a blast!

 
At 6:56 PM, Blogger lms129 said...

Mo, You should do a blog about New Year's resolutons. I can imagine it would be funny, you are good at that. These clowns you invited over should make thier resolution to RSVP. I already discussed my resolution for 2006 and decided to stick to something thats easy to stick to so I don't end up feeling like a failure. My New Year's resolution is more Bon Jovi in 2006! I will do my best!

 

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