6 thoughts on “and the Grand Fuck-you Award for Passive Agressive Bullshit goes to….”

    1. he said that he would have appreciated more honesty on my part when it came to the “being friends” trope. (honestly, who doesn’t recognize that old lie? of course, it was kind of true at the time when I said it… but then he got all explodey and angry and I kinda chose to walk away. run. change my phone number. defriend him…)

      I told him “I lost a lot of respect for you over this whole Grant thing,” (meaning him calling me a liar about me & Grant caring about him. see previous post.)

      and he was like, “why not? everyone else is abandoning me!”

      (to which I did NOT reply, “maybe it’s because you’re acting like a complete ASSHOLE.” shows maturity on my part…)

      as far as breakups go, I got away cleaner than most times… but still. it’s never a good feeling. I’ll probably see him and be cordial at the VISTA meetings.

      but still. he just acted normally… I’m kicking myself a little bit because it took me so long to see it. although, to be fair (to me) he hid it for a long time.

      Imma watch some leverage and psych and maybe a movie and see if I can’t cheer myself up. failing that, I’ll go for a walk.

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  1. babe, that sucks. I gotta tell you, though.. I still think the bitches at work could give Sam a lesson or a milliondy on how to be passive-aggressive. (13 days until Supernatural!)

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    1. thanks.

      sorry the bi-otches at work are being awful.

      how’s the progress on the t-shirts?

      really? two weeks until spn5? wierd. summer has flown by…. (oh hey do you wanna go to portland with me and mcfoo the weekend of the 5th to catch christian kane’s show at dantes????)

      lemme know.

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      1. fun? check. will do. you too!!! funny we’ll be “westsiders” on the “east side” at the same time.

        (for all you non-washingtonians, people who have lived in WA state call the part of the state with Seattle et al in it “the west side” and over here, they call us the east side – of the state – get it? nothing to do with gangs. it was very strange, coming from new york city, though, cause east side/west side has an entirely different meaning…)

        RAMBLE!

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