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Despite all the mean things that I am capable of writing, I consider myself (most of the time) one of those who prefer not to swear. Not because I am holier than thou but because I've become this way because of the kids. When they were younger (and not exposed to these words), I resorted to writing them down in my journal and then subsequently thought it is fine to write it. They can't read it, anyway. :-) Never once did it cross my mind that they will attend school and discover the wonderful world of the Internet. So, I've become accustomed to being well-mannered. I try to...most of the time. But swearing at someone is not the rudest way to dismiss someone. It's worse when you imply that the person is not worth arguing with. One example would be the Cow-Head discussion incident whereby some individuals were not permitted to speak while certain quarters maintained their rights to scream into the microphone at every opportunity, behave rudely to appointed leaders. Now, THAT is RUDE!! The rudest way to tell someone they don't deserve your time also includes.... ....slamming the phone down on the other person. I don't do this because I think everyone has a right to speak. Slamming the phone down on the other person and not answering their calls later on can be done between couples but when done between normal mere folks, I think it's rude. Most of the people who slam the phone down on me will get it from me. So Blardie rude, you know! Slam! I've done this with boyfriends before, of course, I ain't no saint but it's a thing couples do, right? I threatened to leap out of the moving car before so.... :-) Yeah, but it's the inherent right of a girlfriend or wife to be rude. No? What? If I don't practice this right now, when? When I am six months pregnant and you're driving? I think frank discussions should always be the first option, amongst friends, colleagues, subordinates, opposing parties, etc. All of us are individuals and we have the right to have opinions based on our own experiences, right? And if someone else denies you the opportunity, it's telling you that you're not worth two farts to them. Like one party telling the other party, 'YOU! SIT DOWN! SHUT UP!' If you want to perform a stunt from the insides of a moving car or slam the phone down on someone, please....here's a tip. Please issue a professionally executed, serious warning. 'I. Am. Serious. I. Am. Putting. The. Phone. Down.' or 'Stop. The. Car. I. Am. Getting. Out.' Then let the other person or party know that you are not in the right frame of mind to speak, hope they'll understand that it'll be better tomorrow or next week, next election, next meeting, next year....whatever. It's the mature way to suspend the conversation or discussion pending future....arguments. I. Am. Serious. I. Am. Ending. This. Blog. Post. Now. I. Am. Not. In. The. Position. To. Write. Decently. Now. Come. Back. Tomorrow.
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