Is it okay for others to not be like you? If their standards and values are not the same, should you shake your head and silently disapprove? Or should you do like me... rip them a new asshole?
I've been on quite a roll. Call me a "Judging Judy". I don't give a damn. My mood has already been captured and put on display here. Do I feel guilty about it? Hell no. Everybody else has been thinking the same thing. I am the only one with enough balls to jump their ass.
My next target may be a certain two individuals. It takes every fiber of my being to NOT barge into their room with a whistle, bullhorn, and a cattle prod. The biggest weekend of Mardi Gras is only four weeks away. Yet, sloth rules the day. What are they thinking? Are they going to passively lay on their backs and be lazy bottoms? Shouldn't they be ramping up their exercise and working on their torque/friction/stamina? I left them a nasty note this morning. "To Do: 1. Buy dog food 2. GYM".
Come to think of it, my Ex used to irk the hell out of me too. He typically wasted away hours of his life sleeping until Noon. While he snoozed, I bounced out of bed and played three hours of tennis.
At the gym, everything was set at a very underwhelming 50 #'s. Umm... dude... that's like doing girly weights. I could not fathom why he wasn't doing more to fight off the effects of gravity!
Then there was a total lack of preparation for tennis tournaments. While I was taking lessons and lining up quality opponents to prepare months in advance, the Ex would play one match the week of the tournament. Predictably, he would flop out of the first round. I couldn't help but think, "Well, what did you expect dumbass?!"
Which comes to the point of this blog post. There is a reason I am single. It's not because I am bitter or crazy. It's not because no one wants to deal with me AND my OCD. I am just better than anything else I see out there. And that Marjorie... is the ONLY reason I am single. Ahem.