I think we should all treat each other with respect and compassion.
Until we’re given a reason not to.
We all have that one friend, or shall I say FRENEMY, that seems to think that it’s okay to be an asshole, as long as they do it with a smile.
You know, those bitches that give you backhanded compliments because they hate your guts.
What you hear:
What they really mean:
Don’t even get me started on the give-me-your-undivided-attention-while-I-proceed-to-take-up-this-enitire-conversation-talking-only-about-myself-eventhough-I-know-you’re-going-through-a-rough-time-kind-of frenemy.
Sometimes you just need to call these people on their bullshit.
However, sometimes we simply realize that we don’t want to associate with those kinds of people anymore and in the end, we’re better off for it.
But don’t just call other people’s bullshit, sometimes you have to call bullshit on yourself.
Ever been in that awkward situation where you feel obliged to compliment someone because they complimented you first, but you can’t find anything to compliment them on, so you just fake it?
I’m not saying you should tell the person “Damn bitch, you ugly as hell.”
But just politely accept their compliment and change the topic or tactfully leave the conversation.
We’ve all gotten too use to communicating through implication, instead of just being honest.
If it came down to it, I’d rather be the honest bitch, than the fake, two-faced bitch.
After all, who would you rather have in your corner?