“I’m in a glass case of emotion!”

A few thoughts today…

Inside every snarky b*tch is a pleasant woman who just got fed up with the bull-sh*t.

When people ask how well my writing is going, somedays I think to myself, “If I was a bird, I’d fly into a jet engine.”

Self-absorbed a-holes must have been put on the earth to test our anger management skills.

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Everyday I try to be a positive person, and today I’m positive everyone is losing it.

I tend to be more accommodating when there are witnesses.

On the surface I may appear calm, but inside I’m rehearsing my alibi.

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“Flavorful” is the favorite adjective of people on ‘Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. Most likely these people need a map to their own kitchens.

“There are no stupid questions.” Are we sure about this?

Please don’t make me explain what you won’t understand.

Another day gone, and I didn’t use Algebra.

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If sarcasm was a language, I’d be fluent.

If only common sense was more common.

 

 

 

Italian proverb: “A ogni uccello il suo nido è bello”

Amen to that!

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Post title quote credit:   Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy

4 Comments on ““I’m in a glass case of emotion!”

  1. Good stuff! Sent your package out today…

    *~​LU, Mum*

    On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 11:19 PM, author DEANIE ROMAN wrote:

    > D. Roman posted: “A few thoughts today… Inside every snarky b*tch is a > pleasant woman who just got fed up with the bull-sh*t. When people ask how > well my writing is going somedays I think to myself, “If I was a bird, I’d > fly into a jet engine.” Self-absorbed a-holes mu” >

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