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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-13 13:50:39
ID: 5511
I don't think I'm a "snob" about anything. I've never really thought about it. I guess I'm a snob about home cooked meals. Anything overly processed makes me sick, though, so is that snobbery?
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-13 10:52:12
ID: 5502
Other insufferable snobs are the ones on special diets (vegan, raw, paleo, etc) who have to go on and on about their superiority. Not all people do this... I am aware....but the ones who do? The WORST
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-13 10:50:11
ID: 5501
I have family in Alaska. They do not wear fur.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-13 06:40:31
ID: 5500
Furs looks like roadkill to me, sorry/not sorry. The only places where fur is acceptable to wear is in Alaska and other extremely cold places of the world like Siberia where fur is pretty much the only thing that provides enough warmth for people.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-13 04:18:14
ID: 5385
Why is it that the things we wouldn't deal with in our friends we have to do for family? Basically, my brother calls me up to say he and his girlfriend will stop over for a weekend next week. I told him it was a bad time for him to come. We are getting ready for a move and cannot host them at our house. He goes to my dad and tells him I said no. My dad says he understands where I am coming from but you "have to do for family". Um no, I don't have to do squat for someone who never helps me in my life and has only succeeded in being a user and guilt-tripper. I said no and if my brother is going to be in the area, he knows where a hotel is. I will see him for lunch but right now with the move he cannot stay at my house and considering how he reacted when I said no I may reconsider if I even want him at my next house.I am not going to be a pushover. This kid has already took so much of my money and time while laying guilt trips I won't allow it any longer. Then my brother goes on facebook whining about how people who call themselves family never help one another. So happy I am leaving this state behind.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-13 04:16:23
ID: 5381
I realized something. My dad has raised my brothers to stand up for themselves when they feel wronged but when I have stood up for myself he instantly thought I was wrong for doing so. I am his only daughter and whenever I speak up for what is wrong, I was shot down by him. I stood up for myself earlier and he went on about how I reacted wrong (even though I was polite). I think he only acknowledges women who are pushovers and I finally told him this and told him that I will not be quiet if I feel like I was cheated out. I will react politely but not meekly.If he doesn't like that..well..he will hear it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-13 04:13:49
ID: 5455
I have a sexual relationship with a married man. He buys me stuff, gives me a ton of attention, tells me I look pretty, and I don't have to clean up after him. Did I mention it's my husband?
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-13 04:13:25
ID: 5456
People actually still buy, and want and own, "furs"? That seems weird to me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-13 04:04:44
ID: 5490
I am the OP of the husband that makes up stories about his life and changes his personality at each new location we live. His personality with me never changes only with his friends. I have confronted him on many occasions and he does not recall saying these lies. At first I thought he was trying to make me feel like I was crazy and for a little while I did because it was very overwhelming. I was the only person seeing the way he was because we were no longer around friends and family and I was the only one who could tell he difference. I talked to his cousin and he said he had always been like that when he was younger. Now I don't know if he just doesn't remember doing this or just does not want to admit it. His mother is the same but in a different way. I didn't realize this until last year when I stayed with her for an extended time while DH was in gone for a few months.She didn't make up things but never remembered events like they happened Say someone got up and did something. When she retold the events sometimes she would recall herself being the one that did it not the other person. Is that something that can be hereditary or he just became that way because he was raised around her doing things like that? My DS 6 has begun to deny things that are right before his eyes. I don't know if he is just mocking what his father does or if he has a problem as well. DH took my vehicle with DS and he got him a grilled cheese. I later found a half eatten grilled cheese in my back seat. I had DS come to the car and asked him why he left it in my seat and he just looked at me and said he didn't know what I was talking about. DS doesn't do it all the time, just every great once in a while. I feel like if I take him to a doctor they will think I am being weird since it isn't often and there is no medical documentation about my husband just what I have seen. The things my husband does aren't mean or vindictive but even if it doesn't cause any harm it still worries me. The other day he told a story about something he used and then later that night asked me where that item was. I said I don't know you had it earlier so you should know where it is. He looked at me like I was crazy and when I recalled the story he told me he had this confused look. A few years ago he was making something to eat and asked me if I wanted something. I told him no. Few minutes later he comes in with a plate of food. I asked him why he made me food when I said I didn't want anything. He said that I came in the kitchen and said I changed my mind and asked for a two egg omelet. This has always worried me but now it is really bothering me with my son being this way
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-13 02:59:08
ID: 5496
One time at Ex SIL's house she offered me some coffee. I accepted, then watched in horror while she poured me a cup from a carafe that had sitting on the counter which contained old coffee from the day/days before. She heated it in the microwave and served it to me. Gross!
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