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Pardon Me...Do You Speak Bitch?
By Bitchy Cook
Last Updated: Tuesday, May 13, 2008 at 12:13:56 PM

Ok…so I’m a bitch. <shrugging> We all have to be good at something.  As it turns out, some of us are just better at being a bitch than others.  I often look at those people who just seem to be incapable of finding their inner bitch in awe.  These people are alien to me.  They may as well be speaking a different language.  For those of us who are born bitches, it’s just unfathomable that others haven’t yet learned to tap this resource.  I’m convinced that it’s inside you somewhere.  I’m convinced that when you find it and learn to use it, you too will be amazed at what it can do for you.

The freedom that comes with being a bitch is unparalleled.  I can say whatever I want to say, and it’s excused…why? Because it’s just ‘who I am’.  More often than not, the person ends up complimenting me on the fact that they can always trust that I’ll tell them what I think.  It may not be what they want to hear, and more than likely it wasn’t said in a politically correct fashion, but there’s no bullshit…no smoke being blown up your ass.  The bitch in me isn’t going to do something or somewhere just because you want me to.  If I want to I will, if I don’t I won’t. …and the reason given: “I don’t want to”.  I’m pretty sure that those that want to press me for clarification will only do so once or twice.  It could be something simple, ‘I’m tired’….or ‘my schedule’s packed’…or perhaps it might be something else ‘The last time I came over it really sucked. I was bored, there wasn’t any wine and your gay uncle kept hitting on my husband’.  LOL  this is obviously a fiction of my imagination since anyone who knows me knows that I would have brought my own wine, and would’ve equated the gay uncle hitting on my husband to a floor show included in the evening as my own personal entertainment).   Sure, you can look at that negatively if you want.  But there really is a fantastic upside to it.  That person can trust that when I say I’m having a great time and that we should do it again, I REALLY mean it.  Another important point is this:.  If the person ends up pushing me into an admission of the reasons behind my refusal, then it’s THEIR fault…not mine.  Bottomline, I end up getting what I want…and the only points to be lost are theirs.

12/12/2009 11:32:51 PM by upmIZITHjZ
this is a cool news. Thank you.
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