Drama!  

MorganLeFaye1978 39F
80 posts
7/12/2006 9:36 pm

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7/30/2006 11:02 pm

Drama!


I am so sick of Drama in peoples lives. I just want to know why they have to drag other people into it. And why the fuck can't people tell things to you directly. I mean that just irritates the fuck out of me. If you can't be open and honest with me then you have no business being my friend. Sorry!

Don't get other people to do your dirty work for you. If you have something to say to me by god just fucking come out and say it! And if you are to much of a pussy to stand up for yourself then I don't want to know you! I mean if you feel you have to explain every fucking thing to someone in order to have fun and or have a good time with me then I don't need you around. Or at least don't expect me to be there for sometime until things in your life change!

My life is free of the bullshit and games. My life is based on a trust issue. If you don't have that then I don't want a part of it. To much drama for me to be involved in. Give me a fucking break...have a little confidance and stand up for yourself...Don't be such a pussy!

Have as much fun as you can with what time you have left on this earth and don't look back. Don't turn it into something that it is not! Don't make a big deal out of something that is not even worth spitting on.

Sorry guys had to rant and rave there for a minute. Someone just tried to pull the blinds over my eyes and that shit doesn't work with me. Get a fucking clue honey!

Okay I feel a little better now. Not much...but a little.

Do you ever find yourself being sucked into the drama of other peoples lives? Even your friends?

How do you handle it? What do you do? What do you say to them?

Do you ever find yourself being avoided and or shoved aside due to the drama? What do you do then?

phoenix639 50F

7/12/2006 10:41 pm

Jeez, there must be something in the air this week as i too have been on the receiving end of crap.

In real life i handle it by just cutting the person from my life, but if they mean too much to me to push them away i confront them.

Online....if its a friend i will voice my concern & leave the dust to settle. If i dont consider them a friend i ignore them.
I tend to remove myself from those who create 'drama' for themselves on here though as all theyre doing is attention seeking in a childish way.

It does my head in.


rm_saintlianna 46F
15466 posts
7/12/2006 10:48 pm

I have to start putting disclaimers on certain posts so as not to cause trouble. Its funny actually.


VCF1962 106F

7/13/2006 8:03 am

Ah but if life were that easy. I have an emotional leech of a "friend" who's in dire need of some help. She needs to get off her ass and get a job - but she constantly finds reasons NOT to do the work that is available to her. I'm sick to death of her moaning that she's bored.

She met someone off the internet the other night - now I'm all for that, don't get me wrong. Her two middle kids of 15 & 16 were left home alone for the night (15 year old girl just having been allowed to have her tongue pierced and it was still pretty swollen - that's a whole other issue !) and the 8 year old was at his fathers.

I saw her daughter yesterday at 11.15 and was told that her mother wasn't coming home because she wasn't ready to. Now okay, you have to have a life outside your kids BUT it was also the 8 year olds sports day and that I CANNOT forgive her for missing. Funny but she neglected to mention the sports day when she said the kids were pissed off with her. Perhaps she thought I didn't know and that I would sympathise with her. WRONG.

Sure, go and have fun but SHE chose to have the children - at least look after them.

Grrrrrrrrrr

(Phew - that's better - Thanks !)

Mistress Innuendo
Taking what you say and turning it into something naughty !!


phoenix639 50F

7/13/2006 9:28 am

    Quoting VCF1962:
    Ah but if life were that easy. I have an emotional leech of a "friend" who's in dire need of some help. She needs to get off her ass and get a job - but she constantly finds reasons NOT to do the work that is available to her. I'm sick to death of her moaning that she's bored.

    She met someone off the internet the other night - now I'm all for that, don't get me wrong. Her two middle kids of 15 & 16 were left home alone for the night (15 year old girl just having been allowed to have her tongue pierced and it was still pretty swollen - that's a whole other issue !) and the 8 year old was at his fathers.

    I saw her daughter yesterday at 11.15 and was told that her mother wasn't coming home because she wasn't ready to. Now okay, you have to have a life outside your kids BUT it was also the 8 year olds sports day and that I CANNOT forgive her for missing. Funny but she neglected to mention the sports day when she said the kids were pissed off with her. Perhaps she thought I didn't know and that I would sympathise with her. WRONG.

    Sure, go and have fun but SHE chose to have the children - at least look after them.

    Grrrrrrrrrr

    (Phew - that's better - Thanks !)
Im seething at this hun.

I havnt had a night out since november because of my duty as a mother. I wont leave her alone & wont ask anyone to mind her I chose to be a parent, she didnt ask to be born.

I find arranging a night out hard work, so unless shes away with her dad for a weekend or on holiday i just dont bother.

Plus the money id spend on a night out id rather spend on her anyway.

Its not like im missing out on much either.

Its still wrong & illegal for her to leave her 15 & 16 year old alone overnight.

If shes not careful she could be reported & lose the children.

Too little too late springs to mind.

Morgan, sorry for having this discussion on your blog hun.


SirMounts 103M

7/20/2006 7:11 pm

MorganLeFaye...
Well, I know what you mean. I try to not even know people like that. While they're busy backstabbing - and Being backstabbed by the way, I'm having... fun! *wink*
Another very good post, MorganLeFaye. *smiling warmly*


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