21 thoughts on “Personal Admissions

  1. It is the little things, isn’t it? If you violate Wheaton’s Law with every other breath & then tell me what a wonderful person you are, I just know that you’re an ignorant liar in addition to being a waste of oxygen.

  2. An excellent set of criteria, to which I would add how they interact with pedestrians in that same parking lot when they are behind the whee l and trying to leave.

    • Ahhh…now I try very hard to be patient with pedestrians but sometimes, just sometimes, when confronted with ones who have no sense, my mouth gets the better of me. But only to myself…not to the person.

  3. Holding doors open, saying please and thank you, not sneaking a head in the ladies room line during a shows intermission brake, or not making a big deal out of the old lady sneaking in front of you in the line at the ladies room during a shows intermission break.

    Most of the time I’d like to think I have a level head…but some folks bring out the steam from both ears. Like family who wants support but doesn’t give it.

    Glad I popped in from The Muscleheaded Blog – Thanks for giving such a cool idea for that post on matchbooks.

  4. What if the waiters and waitresses are rude and have attitude?
    Or if the pet is a rattlesnake that just bit its owner?
    And what if the store never cleans their carts and baskets?

  5. I feel the same way. I’ve yelled at people for leaving their shopping carts in middle of the parking lot. Sometimes they listen. And sometimes they ignore. But I hope I made them feel guilty. People are responsible for their actions in all places with all people.

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