Snarky is as Snarky Does

Snarky: I have my snarky moments and once and a while I call people out on shit. It happens to me ALL the time. This does not mean it’s a personal attack against you, I’m just pointing out something about something you said. You made a comment, I had an opinion about that comment, that’s all. I don’t point shit out very often because I don’t usually like to start shit but sometimes it hits a nerve and I decide it is something that needs to be pointed out. (I was going to write a whole post about this but decided against it for now)

Deaf: I’m not sure which is worse, the idea that I’m going deaf or the possibility that I just shut off my brain whenever Manly Man has something to say. I prefer to be deaf, that way it’s not my fault. I figure I can also blame ADD therefore it’s his fault he can’t keep my attention.

Gym: I hate the gym. Not for the reasons you think. I love to workout, I really do actually. I don’t mind my gym even though the equipment is way to old and only 1/2 of the shit works right. What I hate is that I NEVER lose weight from working out. I really do think that is wrong, so wrong. In the elder years of my life (the last 5 years or so) I have only ever lost weight from either stress or cutting out an entire food group. Never ever from actual exercise. That’s why I hate it, it mocks me. So while it makes me feel better to workout I just grow to resent it.

Facebook: You know, Facebook just used to be this place you go to goof around. You never really talked to anybody, it was very similar to Myspace but without all the ads. Now that you can comment on everything including status messages it’s almost better than Twitter. The only thing I like about Twitter better is that you can use it completely with a desktop program, which you can’t with FB. Anyway, here is an example of a day in the life of me on Facebook.

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And like that…she’s gone…

4 Comments

  1. Barb

    March 27, 2009 at 9:37 am

    Ugh. I hate going to the gym because I feel so self-conscious. Even when I was practically underweight I still felt that way.

  2. Amanda

    March 27, 2009 at 10:22 am

    I worry sometimes I’m going deaf because I can’t understand Mike like half the time. I’m pretty sure he just mumbles a lot.

    Of course, when it’s me that can’t understand him, he’s mumbling. When he can’t understand me, it’s because he’s not listening.

  3. Maureen

    March 27, 2009 at 10:42 am

    Every time I think I could really get into Facebook, I drift away from it again. The networking is overwhelming for me – too much to look at, too many connections to make and too many to worry about missing.

    Also… It’s blocked at work, which is probably a good thing 🙂

  4. Gwen

    March 27, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    Robin, I’m starting to suspect there may be something wrong with us. Damned if I know what it is tho…
    :gwen:

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