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Truth: Mean What You Say, Say What You Mean

I know several people that stick it to you whenever they can. Every time they open their mouths, they have to jab someone.  It's either with an insult to you, to themselves, or just a funny anecdote.
They never stop. It never stops.

I'm trying to figure out (Don't hurt yourself Dino) if it's a mental deficiency (is there a vitamin for that?).  Or maybe it is just a way to deflect from the truth (You can't handle the truth!).  Maybe it's their way to escape reality(You are always on vacation)?  Maybe it's their way of dealing with an uncomfortable situation (like mismatching socks)? I'm not sure why or what is going on, but I notice it (have you noticed my red stapler is missing?).

I probably notice it in others, because I tend to do this at times too (OK who am I kidding?).  Sometimes I catch myself doing it too much (careful you may go blind!). 

My reasoning is this: it's just so easy to do, and I have no patience to not do it. I do often bite my lip as to not be overbearing or intrusive. I'll think about saying something, but then ultimately I'll just let it go. A bit pointless perhaps, but there's an effort to be tactful on my part.

Mean what you say, say what you mean?

It gets to a point though, where it never ends with some people.  I find myself having a hard time communicating with them when it's important because I believe they don't take me or any situation seriously.
How then can I trust them with anything if its always a party?  There has to be a balance with them, but there isn't. 

I remember being at a funeral, and this guy was making jokes at the worst time. My initial thought was he is clueless.  My second thought is always, man I hope people don't see me that way!

Or maybe just maybe they are just funny or trying to be funny and that's it? It could be as simple as that.

Your mother dresses you funny.





















Dusty Baker

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