Question of the day

What was the last thing you got mad about?

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12 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Jenny says:

    ugh tonight, my son doesn’t know how to listen and play nice!

  2. Sue says:

    it was today, but now I can’t remember what it was!!

  3. mssc54 says:

    I have been fortunate to have been able to meet our kids at the end of school each day (so far) during this school year. With the exception of yesterday.

    Our daughter is in the fourth grade and our son is in the second. When I am unable to meet them after school (we ride our bikes home each day) they go to the after skook care program in the school cafeteria. So yesterday they both went to the homework room to begin their homework. Well the BITCH Skool Guidance Counselor was running the room. There were about fifteen or so kids in there ranging from first to fifth grade. Out of all the kids there our son was the only student that was REQUIRED to sit in a desk. All the other children could sit on the carpeted floor or on the stage stairs or where ever they darned well pleased. But not our son. Nooooooooo, he had to sit in the desk that BITCH GUIDANCE COUNSELOR told him to sit in.

    I got to skool to pick them up fifty minutes after skool let out. By that time our son was in complete melt down mode. He was crying so hard, his face was beet red. It was ugly.

    I’m still calming down before I go up to the skool and have a come to Jesus meeting with BITCH GUIDANCE COUNSELOR! That meeting is likely to be even uglier.


    PS: You may have noticed; after all these years of leaving comments, this is the first time I called anyone BITCH. She’s earned the title.

    • Joy says:

      Wow Michael. That’s so sad. There’s almost nothing I hate more than unfairness. Good luck at your meeting and be sure to let us know how it goes.

      You must be mad. You never use these kinds of words!!!! I’m almost afraid for her.

    • Sue says:

      I almost thought, “This can’t be Michael!” I feel so bad for him, but I’m so glad the kids have you on their side. The guidance counselor should prepare accordingly.

    • Nikki says:

      Well, she sure has done that to the wrong kid hasn’t she?! And she’s a guidance counselor? I’m anxious to hear her excuses as to why he was the only one excluded! Poor kid! 😦 I’m glad he has you one his side, too.

      • mssc54 says:

        I met very briefely with her that same afternoon. She said she wanted him to be comfortable and able to focus. She said she told him she would help him with his homework.

        I was too mad to stay and talk to her.

  4. SKL says:

    I get pissy every so often, but “really mad?” It’s hard to remember. I get over stuff and then pretty much forget it.

    The last time I got good and testy was the other day when I had to get myself and the girls out extra early to accommodate a work thing. Boss partner was supposed to ride in the car with me, so I adjusted myself and my kids accordingly, and in the end she decided not to come with us. I was pissed because we were really cutting it close and she could have told me sooner. I was also pissed at Miss E because she had been in procrastination/sulking mode, causing part of the delay. I was also pissed at myself for not having it all together. I bitched at the girls for part of the drive, then got over myself and told them it was not a big deal and we all needed to start fresh.

    Once I was at work, everything seemed to go wrong – my email didn’t work, my computer kept bombing, and I had some really important stuff that was supposed to go out but couldn’t. I was ready to pull my hair out. Then boss-partner started bitching because someone was nagging her for something I hadn’t finished. I told her my point of view, including “Tough. Fire me.” Right in front of the “new girl,” who was the quietest I’ve ever seen her after that, LOL. I guess “fire me” isn’t something often heard in the work world.

  5. Just a Mom says:

    The other night when my husband came home late and my youngest & I were watching a tv show. He thought he could just walk in and start talking over our show. That pissed me off and I made sure he knew it!

  6. Nikki says:

    The last time I got so mad that I was red in the face, heart beating out of my chest and sweating? It was a couple of weeks ago at our monthly baseball board meeting. It was practically ambushed and taken over by complete and utter morons! If there were a few who were unsure if I liked them or not, they found out that night! Stupid idiots!

  7. Joy says:

    I was absolutely fumingly furious on Thurs. I was really sad. One of Paul’s cousins died very unexpectedly and we’d just spent $1100 on my Tahoe and I got in it to go to my hair appt and the whole steering column was shaking. That’s WHY I TOOK IT IN. What’s with that? What is it with car places? Over half the time people take them in they never seem to get fixed right the first time. WHY IS THAT????

  8. Laura says:

    I often get irritated, and very easily these days. But it takes a lot to get me really mad. Stab me in the back, drop a responsibility in my lap at the last minute, treat me or my child poorly, these kinds of things *really* set me off.

    The most recent one happened multiple times starting Thursday. First, my son’s Den Leader comes and tells me that he can’t attend the Scout Training Day that we paid for him to attend, and that he’s known about for at least a month. He told me that he wrote it on his calendar for Oct. 21, and that’s what he was thinking, all along. So he was “shocked” when my friend texted him on Wednesday to ask him if he wanted to carpool with us today (Saturday, Oct. 1). He said he couldn’t go, now, because he was supposed to be in a wedding in Dubuque. And now I find out that he likely blew us off because he has a new girlfriend and wanted to spend the day with her instead. Oh, and Oct. 21 is a Friday, not a Saturday, and if he really put it on his calendar like he said, he’d have known that right off.

    On top of that, our “new” Cubmaster, who has been in that position about 6 months, now, and has led one single meeting… sent out an email earlier this week saying that he was going to be out of town from Oct 1 – 17, thereby missing a Leader’s Meeting, a Den Meeting, AND the Pack Meeting – which he is supposed to lead. And without telling me, he sent an email to the leadership saying, “Give Laura whatever support she needs as she runs these events.” And THEN he tells me, on Thursday, that he and his family are moving to Cedar Rapids, and plan to be gone by January.

    So in two days, I have discovered that we not only need a new Cubmaster, our Den Leader’s priorities have apparently completely changed to place his girlfriend above all else, including his own son’s Den.

    I’ve been nursing a good mad for several days, now. Our Leader’s Meeting is tomorrow night. Believe me, people will hear about it.

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