Sunday, December 18, 2011

Merry Christmas, Assholes

No, I’m not talking to you!

We had to get out last night to go buy a new printer.  It was a madhouse.  This was my lovely holiday shopping experience…

Bad People Collage

I’m not very fond of people.

Can you tell?

UGH!

(This subway art is great therapy)

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Things are looking good for those of you that entered my Depression Glass Giveaway.  I can’t believe there isn’t more interest in it, but whatever…that just means each of you have a better chance to win, right?

Love you.

12 comments:

  1. I am so totally stealing your subway art! :)

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  2. I'm with you! I pretty much hate people too! I avoid public scenes this time of year as much as humanly possible. I'm wrecked by the time I find a place to park...forget how it is once you leave the barrier of protective glass! BUT...a printer is a must have...so one has to do what one has to do! Hope it's working well, has plenty of ink cartridges to take you into the end of January - and that you don't have any more frustrations of mankind! We're such a lovely lot of human condition, aren't we? And THIS is the time of year that we're supposed to be the most gracious and full of good cheer! Hah! Speaking of good cheer, I just finished whipping up a few batches of "cheer" to gift to some neighbors and friends...Irish Cream...yummmmmm! I had to take a taste as I was pouring it into the bottles. And it's not even noon yet! Hugs, Annette

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  3. I am so happy I am not the only one who feels this way. I am so over this holiday rush. Love the subway art.

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  4. I'm with you. My christmas shopping is done from the comfort of my couch. It's just toooo stressful going out!

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  5. ahh you gave me giggles!
    im gonna have to check out this subway art thingy..
    GIVEAWAY???? I gotta go check that out now hope im not too late. Its been a busy couple weeks & ive been MIA
    love you!
    janis

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  6. You sound Like I used to sound when we had parents at our Open Houses at school. You wonder how they survive without someone picking them off somewhere along the line.

    I always said "I don't suffer stupidity." I meant that in my classes and with whomever I came into contact with.

    Perhaps that is why I don't go out and shop with the hordes . . even when I worked I stayed away from the crowds of fools.

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  7. Oh.. I can relate! I met my old friend for lunch yesterday and she was 1/2 hour late due to the traffic! The freeway was crawling.. the thought of doing some Christmas shopping briefly blew through my mind and then.... all I want to do is get home!!

    You *know* that pink glass would look loverly in my antique china cabinet. :-)

    Love you too! Teresa :-)

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  8. I work in retail so I know what a$$es people can be but it's the really nice people you meet and customers that make up for it. I have quite a few regular customers that make my job all worth it just to get to see and talk to them. Like I said makes you forget about the jackasses out there.

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  9. It sounds like your ready for a few Tylenol...

    ~ Susan

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  10. I didn't even know you went out last night, or your printer was acting up. You poor thing. But, aren't these subway arts mindless fun for recovery. You are in one heck of a mood this weekend.

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  11. Since we retired we only shop during the week now. Never on the weekends if we can help it. Although we were out shopping Friday and I don't think anyone works anymore. It was crowded and I hate crowds. We have to get some books for our grand niece and nephews so first thing tomorrow we will go and then that's it our shopping is done. I love your new sign...that's a hoot. I may Pinterest it.

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