Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Advice for living

If someone mentions to you that they were teased as a child, don't assume you know why and confidently tell them that you would never tease somone about obvious defect one or obvious defect two. I was on the receiving end of this one recently. I was thinking about obvious defect three, but the person's enthusiastic acknowledgements of the obviousness of the two previous defects sucked.

And the time, I let it go and didn't even mention the real cause of said teasing. But it has bothered me ever since.

When things bother me, I write about them.


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