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I Got A Few You All Could Probably Relate With.

"You always...--"

"Stupid." Depending on the context of the sentence, for me growing up, it was "You're ******* stupid aren't you?!" or "How stupid are you?"

"You never!"

Notice it's always a "you" beginning in the sentence? Yeaah.

Accusatory words....are fighting words for me. It means they want me to start screaming incessantly and throwing my fists in somebody's face.

Also, the "yeah whatever!" bothers me and another one that tops it all is when I tell someone something in an argument, that has some clout, some importance, I know fully and utterly that I am in the correct and they go "uhm." stiffly, like they aren't listening and don't care what flew out of your mouth or that they still think you're wrong.

That definitely, with certain body posture, will earn you a kick to the crotch.

Neur0ticism Neur0ticism 18-21, F 2 Responses Nov 27, 2009

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the woman should definitely see a pychiatrist

Yopu nailed that subject very well. I used to study art in Japan from a friend, Amo Kenji and no matter how well I did at it his best compliment was, "Very interesting" I learned that the words, "Well done" he reserved for only his work. Anyone who uses Always or Never is always wrong, it was said.