A Somewhat Vulgar #1LinerWeds

Pardon the language, but this is just too true not to share…

I bet a few of you know just what I’m talking about…

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19 thoughts on “A Somewhat Vulgar #1LinerWeds

    1. Like Mary says, it doesn’t help to keep stepping into the same hole. It’s hard not to, especially for people who have an overdeveloped sense of responsibility, who feel like they have to help everyone, but you really need to set limits.

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  1. Seriously, I have often thought I should be like some people, because it works. I never want to be “that” person, but there’s a reason why people do jerky things. Not in all scenarios, but in most – give the jerk what they want and be done with it. Get ’em outta here, minimize a scene. There have been times I’ve been short with a person, and then I feel badly, and sometimes go back and apologize.


    1. Sometimes you need to set a boundary and say, okay, that’s enough, you’re on your own. But, as you say, there’s no reason to be a total jerk about it, unless the person has it coming…


      1. Boundaries are good. Yes…but even then. I just read Galations 12:17 last night, and where Paul writes we aren’t supposed to repay evil with evil. That was my reminder for the jerk – faces. Not to become jerk-like. Kill ’em w/kindness. πŸ™‚


        1. You can set boundaries without being nasty about it. It’s vital with people who, if you give them an inch, they’ll take a mile. Those are the kinds of people that would say you were being a jerk.


    1. It’s like a contract. You need to specify what you will and won’t do for the person, and stick to your boundaries. If that makes you an asshole, so be it.


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