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Delirium (di lir` iem) n. a condition of the mind, as during insanity, in which one is restless and keeps thinking and talking wildly.
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February 04, 2001

Dude, chill out.

Hey, father of my friend, chill. Stop treating your family like crap. Yeah. Um. Shocking developement. No, really. Yeah, I know, I was shocked to. There are such things as manners. Yeah, um... they tell you how to behave properly and stuff. Look into it. NOW.

Your son not wanting to go to a college football game is no reason to storm around, cursing and pounding things. You buy those tickets normally anyway. Take somebody else if you want.

Oh, oops, somebody forgot to take off their muddy shoes and got some mud in your house. Maybe they weren't aware they were muddy in the first place. Clean it up, or kindly ask them to clean it up. It isn't the end of the world; at least, not to normal people. Again, don't go on a rampage.

When you walk through the door, and don't like what has been prepared for dinner, either eat it anyway, or politely refuse. Do not call your wife "worthless" and tell her to "learn how to cook". Oh and, you could probably cook something too without burning down the house. Try it sometime.

When your family invites me to a movie, and I specifically say "I don't know if I should go, I've got a pretty bad cold", don't bitch the whole whopping 10 minute trip about not wanting to get sick. I told you I was ill for a reason. Besides, it's a friggin' movie theater! You are more prone to getting sick there than with me in a ten minute car ride.

There are probably more things about you that disgust me. But hey, this rant is long enough.

Posted by bard at February 4, 2001 09:54 PM

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