that i had to put my bbay girl (dog) ellie to sleep last week..she went crazy and killed some live stock .she was less than 1 years old.. it not wright..she was so young ..how could she do that to us...
and i,m pisse di cant find ajob or find a good man..
The coworker who seems compelled to comment on my smile - or lack therefof - on a daily basis. This guy also just asked me,"What's for lunch?" and when I mentioned my Lean Cuisine, said, "That's good for you." Dude. Shut. Up.
What aggrivates me to NO END is, people in my house who help themselves or rather "borrow" things from my desk without asking or informing me. Then I go to use a particular item, only to find it missing, and no one seems to know who "borrowed" it or where it went. I suppose my things hold some sort of appeal, but how much appeal does a basic pen really have??? I also suppose that since no one can ever admit to taking my things, that these items possess some sort of unforetold magic essence....seeing as how they can sprout legs and remove themselves or just up and disappear like a fart in the wind!! If I didn't know any better, I would think that people just like to mess with me to see just how pissed off they can make me. While I know it's trivial to get upset over missing things, it still does upset me, I think mostly because I have a pretty good idea of who the person is who has been "borrowing" things, they just cannot admit to it. This is my BIG Grouch Day gripe!!
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