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funnybird
post Aug 5 2009, 10:19 AM
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Dear Hospital,
You tell us the operation is so desperately, vitally urgent that it had to be done as soon as humanly possibly, then you put the surgery back a day? Fuck it, why not just leave the tumour in there over the weekend and let it spread to his lungs? I don't care what your reason for delaying is, it will never be good enough for me.

Dear Universe,
What the hell did we do to deserve this anyway? Fuck you and the horse you rode in on.


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pollystyrene
post Aug 5 2009, 09:07 AM
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QUOTE(sassygrrl @ Aug 5 2009, 07:19 AM) *
We're considering that. I wish we could elope and bring just my best friend.
I think my dad is being better about the whole thing than my mom. He never got a chance to walk my sister down the aisle, so I really don't want to hurt his feelings. My mom on the other hand, can go suck a bag of dicks. It's old baggage about my sister, and I'm worried it's going to ruin my wedding.


If I were you, I'd just bring my dad and best friend tongue.gif


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sassygrrl
post Aug 5 2009, 07:19 AM
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We're considering that. I wish we could elope and bring just my best friend.
I think my dad is being better about the whole thing than my mom. He never got a chance to walk my sister down the aisle, so I really don't want to hurt his feelings. My mom on the other hand, can go suck a bag of dicks. It's old baggage about my sister, and I'm worried it's going to ruin my wedding.
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pollystyrene
post Aug 5 2009, 07:05 AM
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QUOTE(culturehandy @ Aug 4 2009, 01:09 PM) *
(((((sassy))))) You two should elope.


(((sassy))) Agreed. Elope the way you and McGeek want; if your parents want to throw you a party the way they want, they can do it afterwards.


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Free from all the pain. Happy and having fun all the time.
It never happened, did it?
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culturehandy
post Aug 4 2009, 01:09 PM
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(((((sassy))))) You two should elope.

Dear Momma Goose,

BOOBIES!!!! (o)(o)

Baby Goose


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sassygrrl
post Aug 4 2009, 12:01 PM
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Mom,

WTF? She is my sister. I miss her a little, and I just wanted to see where she was in the world. You didn't have to attack me. She left me. Hell, she left us. She left the whole family. It hurts.

I don't know about the wedding. We haven't picked a date. I'm just happy that we finally have a place to hold the reception. I just am weary about taking your money. You and Dad are fucking control freaks, and I'm scared the same thing is going to happen to me that happened to M. It will be your money, and your rules. Maybe we should just put up our own money. Leave the money you were going to give us to spend towards debt or moving away.

The ghosts. Well, engagements are never easy. I do love Mcgeek. I do want to marry him. I can't help but think about old boyfriends. I don't want to be with them. Fucked up dreams come with this whole thing. This is why I have a shrink.

It's a lot more stressful than I thought. Your comment about getting the fuck out of the house didn't help. I know I don't have a job. I can be depressed if I feel like it. Also, I'm hormonal. I do have a life without Mcgeek. Your comments were so 1950's. I remember once in college after breaking up with C, you told me to "put on lipstick" Really?

Bitch. I so don't feel like shopping to get you a birthday present. This is one of the days were I hate you.

Your daughter,

S



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crosby
post Aug 2 2009, 08:43 PM
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Dad-

When you were with that woman, did you ever think about me or mom? Did you ever wonder what we were thinking while we sat at home waiting for you for hours? I know you, and it's impossible for me to believe that you never once thought of me while you were out with her. I know that time has passed since you had the affair, but it still hurts everyday. Do you remember all the plans I tried to make with you? And you broke them, making up lies so you could be with that fucking whore. Sometimes I know I hate you. It's usually fleeting, but in those moments I know without a doubt that I despise you.

And now, I leave for college in just over two weeks. You're scrambling to make up for lost time, and I wish I could help you. But for a year and a half I sat, waiting.

I love you. You are my whole world. You know that. You always have been. We both know that I love you in a way that I will never love anyone else. It's not that I love you any more than I love mom, but it's a very different relationship. It makes me horribly sad when I think about what happened to that. It's not that I didn't see your flaws before it all happened, because I did. I have always known about your ridiculous ego, your insecurities, the childhood that you can't escape. The difference is that my whole life, you tried to protect me from that. You weren't always successful, but I knew you tried. When you were with Jennifer, though, you thought you could outsmart me-not protect me.

I will never stop loving you. But I am hurt. And that is something you have to live with.

-Bee


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culturehandy
post Jul 30 2009, 01:01 PM
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Dear "friend"

You disappoint me more and more every day. You say I am important to you, but you don't make time for me. However, you make time for someone who means nothing (your words, not mine) to you. Imagine how that makes me feel.

The more the days go by, the less I want anything to do with you. It's only a matter of time before I walk away permanently. Perhaps if you get your act together, things can change. However, at this time that is highly doubtful.

H.


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epinephrine
post Jul 29 2009, 11:44 PM
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It's going to take all my fucking willpower not to send this and further engage the asshole in his self-righteous delusion. If I do, it'll never fucking end. Fuckwad.

Dear T:

I agree, you have had to struggle. You have a mental illness that has made your life difficult, and that's out of your control. But what's made your life even more difficult is your attitude, and that is in your control. The fact that you've convinced yourself it's hard work to sit on your ass and drink beer that you bought with taxpayer's money all day, when you are in fact perfectly capable of working, and that you can call me a "cheapskate" for being frugal while supporting myself and paying my own way through college (not to mention the taxes I pay toward your fucking beer), is utterly delusional. At least I still manage to buy gifts for my loved ones every year, which you can't even do for one person. Oh, and nice try with the "cushy little place" remark. You know I live in an illegal basement suite with no kitchen and no windows. And I pay for it myself. You may be independent now, but you have learned nothing. If you think you're better than everyone, you are not only dead wrong, but you will never be able to move forward, to overcome anything. You haven't really tried to rise above anything. You just stay in exactly the same place and talk everyone down so you feel like you're above them. You actually tried to dodge that one by telling me you learned your self-righteous habits from me - the irony is beautiful. "Pursuing your passions" of watching porn all day, getting drunk and crashing your jeep in the forest, or picking up and dropping a new hobby every month, isn't "hard work," and don't insult my intelligence by trying to convince me that you're better than me because I work and manage my money. Get over yourself. You're just another anonymous, fat, drunk, smelly redneck in a shitty town full of fat, drunk, smelly rednecks. What have you got to be self-righteous about? Oh, and the namecalling? Classy. Nothing says you've won the argument like stepping back into elementary school.

I know we meant a lot to each other once, but that's about as far in the past as 4 years can possibly put it. I've tried to be friends with you, but you know what? In the past 4 years, you've become a complete asshole. I don't think I'll be bothering with you anymore.

Good luck out there.

C


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sassygrrl
post Jul 29 2009, 01:18 PM
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((yuefie)) ((ccg)))

Dear real estate agent,

Asshat! Mcgeek and I were going to hire you tonight. You call me to tell me my house was not sellable, and give me no reason why it's not. You were the same person to tell me that it would sell for $120K. Don't give me false hope here. I know the market is shitty. Still, we don't live in the ghetto. We live in a nice family friendly neighborhood. You've seen it!

It hurts my feelings man. You're a prick. The sad thing is you realize that Mcgeek and I want to go to grad school. The one obstacle in our way is selling this house. I want to throw a brick at your head. I honestly don't believe you.

Piss off and die,

Sassy




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culturehandy
post Jul 29 2009, 09:58 AM
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Dear Dr's,

Thank you for being so understanding about this whole situation. Is has made things so much easier for me.

your compassion has meant the world to me and I cannot thank you enough.

CH


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catsoup
post Jul 27 2009, 06:31 PM
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Dear Friends Moving Up in the World,

I would like to be happy for you and your pregnancy/new house/promotion/vacation. Really I would. And I'm sure if things were different I would be very happy for you and throw you a party. Honest.

But right now, life isn't that cheery for me. Grad school is nearly over and there are ZERO job prospects for me. So not only do I have more than 3x the student loans I had before, I have no job and don't foresee an increase in salary by the few job postings I have seen.

This is not where I wanted to be two years ago when I was getting ready to start grad school. I wanted to be employed, making more money than I did in the nonprofit world. I didn't anticipate a huge increase in money, but I wanted to be buying a house. I wanted to be planning for getting pregnant. I wanted to have some control over my life.

I don't tell you this to complain or whine or look for sympathy. Really I don't. I tell you this because I'm having a tough time and not able to react appropriately to your news. I'm sorry. I don't want to be a bitter, resentful, jealous shrew. And because of that, right now it's easier to just step back and take a little break. I'm sorry I'm not able to be the friend you want right now but I'm not. I just don't have it in me right now. Being unemployed is beyond exhausting.

I don't like me being like this any more than you do. I hate being the whiny, jealous bitch.

Catsoup

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No1REMfan
post Jul 27 2009, 01:47 PM
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Dear J,

I'm so sorry I have no money and I'm so sorry that the reason I have no money is mostly that I spent more than I made for a few years and then gave up a job I hated and then didn't apply myself hard enough to finding a better one for too long and I'm sorry that I've promised you that I'd be able to pay you back faster than I really will be able to and I'm sorry that even if I made a lot of money, I would be paying off debt for years and my credit would still suck and we'd not be able to even consider buying a house together and I'm grateful to you more than you can ever know for assuring me that it doesn't matter and that you love me and we will make it work but I'm really down on myself about this and so I just don't believe you and that's why I'm anxious all the time.

Love,

Kristen
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pollystyrene
post Jul 27 2009, 11:45 AM
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(((yuefie))) sad.gif


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You went to school where you were taught to fear and to obey, be cheerful, fit in, or someone might think you're weird.
Life can be perfect. People can be trusted. Someday, I will fall in love; a nice quiet home of my very own.
Free from all the pain. Happy and having fun all the time.
It never happened, did it?
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candycane_girl
post Jul 27 2009, 11:08 AM
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Dear cousin,

You just had a baby. Everyone in the family is soooooo excited about it and congratulating your parents on becoming grandparents and telling you how great it is. I'm faking it. I know I shouldn't. But you've always been such an uptight bitch that I just find it hard to feel any happiness for you. Who knows, maybe this baby will change you and you'll learn to relax a little bit. On the other hand, I can easily picture you as one of those anal mothers who insists that everyone wash their hands before going anywhere near your precious little baby. My mom said that you sounded really calm on the phone so maybe you are loosening up a bit. But maybe you're just tired. Anyway, I never liked you.

-k

Dear cousin's little sister,

No offense but I'm also having trouble feeling excited for you. Everyone is so happy because you're engaged but you are only 22! What's the rush? I know he's a good guy (I got good vibes when I met him) but why not just wait a little while. Oh well. You're a good kid, I just hope this is the right thing for you.

-k

Dear dad,

Just because someone "has their education" does not mean they are ready for marriage. I somehow think that if I had decided to just go to college and I had a boyfriend at 22 that you would not be so willing to let me get married. I know that people can mature at different rates but really, how mature is any 22 year old? Oh well. At least she'll be 23 by the time she gets married.

-k

Dear self,

Just because you don't want something right now doesn't mean that another person doesn't want it either. Maybe she's really ready. They've been going out for quite a while. I know you like everything to go in order by age (although that would mean that big brother would have already gotten married) but people do their own thing. Just hope for the best.
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yuefie
post Jul 27 2009, 10:49 AM
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Hey Asshole,

Guess what? No matter what you think or what you say, I CAN and WILL still miss my mother. Yes, it's been almost 9 years since she passed away. Doesn't mean that I don't wake up missing her, especially on what would have been her 57th birthday. It's great for you that your mother is still alive and that you cannot possibly fathom how much I miss my mom because you can't stand your own. But DO NOT try to make me feel like I need to just "get over it already". You can pound sand straight up your tight ass, you piece of shit. She was MY mom and I will miss her and celebrate her birthday if I damn well please. If you don't like it you are more than welcome to stay the fuck out of my world. I don't particularly want you in it anyhow.

Toodles,
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sybarite
post Jul 25 2009, 07:50 AM
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(((CH)))

Word to that, Treehugger.


Dear self,

It really is all coming together. Once you get over this and get into the new house, everything will be as close to awesome as it can be. Work, family, and now an amazing new home where we can all have what we need. No more holding pattern, holding your breath, waiting for everything to get better. How awesome is it that all these fantastic things have all come together now. I feel like I'm coming out of years of hardworking hibernation, and now my life is mine again and I'm finally (back) where I'm supposed to be.

If the lesson was to be grateful rather than arrogant, I have learned it in spades. If the lesson was to focus and work hard and well, I've pulled that off too, and mercifully without totally alienating those around me.

Now become your best self and live up to all the awesomeness. You have the time and space now to achieve so much, and it will be fun. Who knew?

Eyes on the prize, but enjoy your life too. You've earned it.

Love, Me


Dear universe, again,

I see everything coming together and remain grateful. I guess it really is true that you have to know what you want, but maybe once we do and work towards it, we are rewarded. Thanks again.

Sincerely, Me


Dear you,

We pulled it off. Two years en famille and we're still here. I know you have to continue where you are, but I hope and believe this new chapter gets easier for everyone, not just me. I get to fly, now, but always want you at my side, and can't wait until you too can run after everything you want to do. In five years' time we could be anywhere, but I bet it will be fantastic.

Love you always. Me


Dear cigarettes,

Your days with me are numbered. Believe it.

Sincerely, Me
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treehugger
post Jul 24 2009, 08:21 PM
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Self,

You just realized you're a grownup. You're 41 years old. A grownup. And you're not stressed and conflicted and you're just...in life and floating with the current. It's a good place to be. Don't fuck it up.


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culturehandy
post Jul 24 2009, 02:36 PM
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Dear You,

If I could make you feel what I felt, to make you understand the depth and bredth of pain, to make you know what the actions of others do to me. I would.

CH.


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girltrouble
post Jul 24 2009, 12:23 PM
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*lights a cigarette* fuck, rudder. just.... fuck. you're always good.


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