Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Thank You VERY Much

I'm feeling like this week requires some venting and the best way
to do that without seeming to snippy



Without any sarcasm THANK YOU VERY MUCH
Kmama at The Daily Dribbles for hosting TYVM

To the cashier at Dunkin Donuts for offering a dozen donuts on sale in lieu of a twisted bagel that she was out of. I really did not need 10 donuts for me to eat after the kids each consumed one. Thank you very much!

To the other patron at Walmart who made me wait for what seemed like forever to grab an item of soap. Why is when you're waiting for some one to finish deciding what they want that they take that much longer? It drives me nuts! Thank you very much you rude person for making me get a little more angry while shopping at Walmart.

To the third and final 13x9 cake that I made. Thank you very much fro falling apart and forcing me to buy a cake for Little E's birthday.

To my selfish, dimwitted BIL who showed up two hours late to my son's birthday party then called MY cell phone during the gifts to complain to my husband that the park was FULL and the park rangers wouldn't let him in. Thank you very much for being such an ass and pissing me off.

Thank you to the church teenage drama queen for making us look like a bunch of monkeys effing a football at the closing of VBS Monday night when you yelled QUIET!!! to the kids to get their attention. Yeah that looked very Christ-like in front of the parents. Thank you very much.

To my DVR cable box that decides to malfunction every morning requiring me to reset it before watching any tv. Thank you very much for making me wait. Just give me one more week to replace you so I can watch everything on your hard drive.

To my "friends", when I text you or leave you a voicemail, the least you can do is respond or call back. Thank you very much for ignoring me because I know your phones are ALWAYS on.

To my friends who invite us to dinner to celebrate your birthday. The least you could do would be to acknowledge that we showed up and thank us for coming and dragging the kids out on a weeknight, after hurrying to get there after work. Thank you very much, take a hint!



8 comments:

Christy said...

Other shoppers are so rude anyway. I am always trying to get out of other's way. And some of the biggest jerks sit in church pews. Oh did I say that out loud?

P.S. I'm following you now.

We 2 Bees said...

You crack me up! Sorry it's been such a hard week, that is always the way though the stupid people come out when we are stressed!
Hang in there!

Rachel said...

Oy! I have learned that a trip to Walmart is just never going to turn out well... LOL. If I dare head out there, I resign myself to people-watching and taking forever to check out.

Hope the rest of your week is great!

Mary said...

Sounds like you had a rough week! Shopping at WalMart can be such a terrible experience at times!

Kmama said...

There's nothing like Walmart to set me off in a bad mood. What is it about that place? Rude workers AND employees.

Oh, and no matter what the reason, I hate dragging the kids out on a week night. It's just too difficult. if we're just going to eat as a family, that's one thing, but doing anything else or with other people, forget about it!

Thanks for linking up!!

Shelby Bukhenik said...

Ohh sounds like you've had quite a week!

In laws can be the worst, and thats pretty much the epitome of rude!

"Friends" who don't get it that lugging kids out of the house is no easy task just aren't worth it sometimes!

Ian said...

Two things - those damn twisted bagels ARE NEVER in stock. WTF?

And three cakes? Lord - call me up and the wife'll make a cake for ya next time. She loves doing it

Supermom2JakeAndEmmy said...

Your brother in law sounds like my brother!

I hate the DVR - we never had any problems until we switched to HD. Now it messes up every day!

I would not have been so polite at wal mart. I would have reached around them and said "excuse me" (probably pissing them off in the process, LOL)

great post!