Yes! The walls name is Mike!
Write it out. It's hard to argue against paper.
Wow. In that case, but band-aides and aspirin and keep at it.
Talking to a brick wall can be very theraputic.<br />
Aesop told a fable of a small boy that let the curry burn and was ticked off by his family. He felt really agrieved and a wise man told him to tell his grievance to 10,000 monkeys. He visited the troupe of monkeys and told them how he made a tiny mistake with the curry, "Aaaah" said the monkeys. He then told them how he had been shouted at. "Aaaah" said the monkeys. He then told them how his mother had shaken him in her anger "Aaaah" said the monkeys. He then told them he was so fed up that he had left home "Aaaah said the monkeys.<br />
In the end he had run out of grievances and anger and he went back home.<br />
Poor old Aesop, he must have been a very wise man and his fables often turn out to be true.<br />
The meaning of all this nonsense that I am talking is that confronting a wall and telling your frustration is very theraputic as you can really shout and the wall will not answer back.<br />
Looking a little deeper, you might like to think about the cause of your frustration and this is often because other people will not do what you want them to. Well, they too have a right to their own opinion and maybe you should not try to make them do what you want them to. Now is the time to back off and carry on with your life or it maybe time to plan your tactics and your next move.<br />
Here is a simple tactic. If a person is stubborn for no apparent reason and you cannot get a reason from them, just walk away. Then, next time they want you to do something for them................!!<br />
What you need is a decent drill and masonry drill bits slightly larger than the diameter of a stick of dynamite.
And some dynamite. :)
Who's up for a scavenger hunt at the construction site!
I'll get my rubber boots!
Whooo Hooo! Yeah! :D
It sure seems like something I might do one day.
I back off after the first head bang, reassess the situation, and see if its worth the bloody forehead. In other words, I choose my battles/head banging. I one pursue the effort if it is truly worth it.
All the time, but sometimes people just don't listen to reason
What? I was just commenting, don't mean anything by that...... or do I?
Fair point, but lets be honest. You know I'm right
People get hurt when they do that type of thing