Male Psychotic bitchy PTSD moving rant  

earthShiva 61M
270 posts
6/20/2006 3:07 pm

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Male Psychotic bitchy PTSD moving rant


I remember reading a medical study on stress a few years ago. After the death of an immediate family member, the highest stress incident in a person's life is moving - higher than financial failure or even divorce.

So here I am in the middle of it. Stupid things are breaking left and right as I try to pack up, including my cellphone with several critical callback numbers on it. Just as I'm trying to use mental imaging to calm myself down, low altitude F-18's start scrambling over our normally quiet neighborhood every 20 minutes. Must be Air Show weekend again. How relaxing! Oh yeah, and I had to squeeze in an unexpected root canal this morning!

Could I feel any more bitchy?

So I decided to take a break and surfed a few profiles. Bad idea. I'm looking at some charming young woman, and I get to her list of turn-offs, and she lists "coffee breath".

Coffee breath? COFFEE FUCKING BREATH? Millions of guys on here looking to find some meaning in intimacy, and this pinheaded dingtwat comes up with coffee breath as a criteria for relationship? What the fuck? Honey, I know you are God's fucking gift to the universe, but decent men don't grow on trees either! Do you mean to tell me that your vapid self would advise a man who is otherwise PERFECT for you to pass by your profile simply because he has a prior relationship with Starbuck's? Give me a feehucking break!

Sweetheart, maybe you've had it so easy your whole life that everything has come to you pret-a-porter. Maybe it simply never occurred to you that you might actually have to put a little work into interfacing with another human being for things to fit well. Please, do yourself and some poor inferior fixer-upper man a favor. Invest the sixty-nine cents in a box of Tic-Tacs and open up your mind to some new possibilities! Sheesh!

Now where did that packing tape go?

rm_saintlianna 46F
15466 posts
6/20/2006 3:57 pm

Maybe we should get married........I love bitchy men with coffee breath


earthShiva replies on 6/20/2006 4:15 pm:
Now, there's an offer I'd find hard to pass up!

I'd want to clear it with my wife first. Believe it or not, I think she will probably be okay with it, which you have to admit would be pretty big of her. Not to mention bigamy...(everybody groan!)

sexyariesgirl 59F

6/20/2006 5:48 pm

LMAO!!!!!!!!!! So damned funny....but SOOOOOO damned true. Ummmm I think I saw the packing tape on top of one of the boxes in the corner hun....

Power To FOK


earthShiva 61M

6/20/2006 7:40 pm

D has insisted I take the night off tomorrow. We have a play date with a local couple. She's already had some hot times with the wife and thinks She and I will hit it off well. So, I'm going to take the night off, and I'll STILL be packing boxes. (Damn, this bitchy stuff is FUN!)


TheRealThing655 49F
9558 posts
6/21/2006 1:52 pm

OK, now that is just too funny!! Ummm, this chick is certainly not the sharpest knife in the block, eh?
Some people have these ridiculous expectations and lists....wonder why these people are always ALONE huh?
As far as moving, good luck. I do not envy you.
I am going thru a divorce and I want to keep my house...for many reasons I won't go into. But I swear, the thought of moving, packing up all this shit and my 2 kids, is frankly frightening.


QueenOfSwords 36F

6/21/2006 9:32 pm

lol I just bet she isnt a blonde either

Packing and moving is only stressful if you take a lot of stuff with you. Have you thought of creating a time capsule and leaving all your stuff in it ?


earthShiva replies on 6/22/2006 5:19 am:
Ah my keen-edged monarch,

I am afraid I have already reached that point when I start digging the time capsules back up! By and large I have been pleased with the life review they have offered. I think hanging on to one's integrity is toughest from the mid-20's through mid-30's. These seem to be the years when people's integrity is most challenged by career/finance opportunities and/or subsumed by family considerations. I look back on those years and find this is where many friends traded in their dreams for their safe but now boring and unhappy lives.

Somehow D and I managed to escape the pull in that direction.

CHARISMA_68 49F
13 posts
6/29/2006 1:25 am

Sheesh and I thought I was too tight on my list of "wants" . Hell I just want him hung! lol. I always have mints in my purse. So that Starbucks guy wouldnt be a problem...lol


VenusDiaries 63M
867 posts
7/15/2006 11:58 am

Some times the best move is a pack of matches and a bonfire. Enjoyed your clear insight & vision on poly relationships.


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