|Posted by Anna H. on July 26, 2014 at 1:20 AM|
How's it going my gumdrops? (Be prepared because this entry is a long rant.) Within the last week or 2, I've been very busy on and offline. Actually, I've really been busy this entire month. At the same time, some people are determined to drive me bat, shit crazy. On Wednesday, I posted on my own stalkbook wall a meme about The Pledge of Allegiance. That same meme implied, that The Pledge of Allegiance was removed from schools because using "God" was "offensive."
Normally, I don't post my religious and political views. There's always that 1 PERSON or a select few, who love bum rushing my wall or inboxing me, then correcting me about my own convictions. It's like their PTSD is triggered or something. These are some of the main adults preaching "tolerance and acceptance" yet they fail to reciprocate. I have friends of several religious and political backgrounds. I don't have as many Atheist friends anymore because they almost always live up to their negative stereotypes. Based on my personal experiences with them, they usually nitpick, complain, correct, condescend, and oppress others much like Christian extremists.
I've dated an Atheist once. Wow! The boy was a metrosexual, narcissistic, sociopath like Patrick Bateman from American Psycho.
American Psycho Trailer (2000)
I wonder if that boy still uses Herbal Essences Shampoo and spazzes out the moment a fly sits on his head. Hopefully, he's not stalking me on my website and plotting ways to drop a chainsaw on me. LMAO!
Getting back to what I was saying, it doesn't bother me if my friends are Christian, Pagan, or Agnostic. They normally don't try to convert me and vice versa. Not to generalize, however it seems as though most Atheists have the biggest problems with almost everything. They seem to always want to find reasons to prove something or someone wrong based on science. This is besides any religious believer walking on eggshells for them. I can typically have more civilized and intellectual conversations with Pagans, some Christians, and Agnostics. At least they believe in something. We may have some disagreements, but it's nothing severe. I can't always say this about Atheists. Sometimes, I feel like I'm way too "tolerant" and over compromising for some adults.
I not only say this for religion and politics, but also any and every little thing. I'm constantly over compromising for family and friends on and offline. I can't always have fun joking around with friends because SOMEBODY will throw a temper tantrum about something. The jokes won't have any racist or homophobic slurs, have nothing to deal with eating disorders, or be about rape yet someone will be offended about any little thing. Here's a better explanation:
Rob Rants About Butt Hurt People
These hypersensitive crybabies are usually the bratty audience members, who will try fist fighting, if not murdering a comedian, while he/she's doing standup.
Meanwhile, I can't always frequent certain restaurants much less eat certain home cooked meals because I'll hear, "I don't like this!" "I don't want that!" They won't necessarily have an allergic reaction to the meals. They're just nitpickers with their psychological problems and throw temper tantrums over nothing. Heaven forbid (Can I say, "heaven"?), that the majority voted against eating cheeseburgers for home cooked pasta. Some are so difficult, that we can't eat certain cakes for our own birthdays. These nitpicking crybabies are more difficult than I am yet they don't realize it. LOL!
When I'm listening to different types of music and post them on It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns, I normally read, "This isn't my genre of music!" When I ask some COY friends/subscribers on other sites, if they want to join my website for free it's always, "Oh, I don't know. I'll think about it." They knew damn well, that they already decided rather than saying, "No." Those same coy adults want me and other friends/subscribers to be their personal audience to their boring and uninformative content. This is while they simultaneously create secret websites, shortly after noticing I created mine. This is what I've dealt with within the last 1/2 year from some on Blogster, Writers Cafe, and stalkbook. They've annoyed me so badly, that I unsubscribed and stopped talking to them. I don't mind helping and encouraging people, who aren't coy, self-centered, opportunistic, and adult copycats. As long as they have future plans, not revolving around futility, I'll give suggestions. Owning a website is beneficial for entertainers, writers, entrepreneurs, and charity purposes. It's infuriating when self-important adults want to have their own websites for futility only because they see me with a website. They don't grasp, that owning and/creating their own websites come with a double edged sword. They're like little kids, who see their friends with a certain toy. "Ooh Mommy! I want that, over there! So-and-so already has it and I want the same thing!" Websites are NOT toys!
Some will be angry with this Song Saturady rant. You know what I have to say for all these hypersensitive, nitpicky, crybabies, especially to those coy, self-important, and adult copycats of everything? "Jimmy crack corn and I don't fucking care! You either like it, or you lump it."
Regarding my cyber social circles, if bratty, nitpicky, hypersensitive, crybabies try turning my stalkbook wall, website, and other sites I joined into cesspools, they will be seeing me a lot less. Some of these adults are evidence for why I didn't add a forum to It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns. I must remind myself to enjoy the bliss on here as much as possible. It's only a matter of time, until bratty adults join and try turning everything into an argument on here. That's if I don't dump or ban the brats completely. Too bad the Caja de Negacion (Spanish for "Negation Box") from Bleach doesn't exist in cyber space. Then again, it somewhat exists but it's either the "Block," or "Unfriend" feature. We need a temporary block feature.
Bleach Grimmjow Jaggerjack Puts Ulquiorra In Negacion
A few bratty adults are in desperate need of being silenced with a good timeout. LOL! I don't always have the time, energy, and patience to deal with adults' petty temper tantrums like they're in their terrible 2's. The worst part is that some of them are married with children, which is appalling! I don't mind being tolerant and considerate of people. Although, they really shouldn't force my hand. This especially applies to adults, who are skilled at always burning bridges and everything always explodes in their faces.
Throughout this hectic week, I've had difficulty deciding what to post for today. Because some have really worked my last nerves and put me in a dark mood, I've decided to post some Goth/Doom Metal. LOL! This Song Saturday, here's Draconian's "The Failure Epiphany."
Draconian "The Failure Epiphany" Turning Season Within (2008 )
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