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In Australia we have dropbears, in Orange County they have…

17 Feb

So… there’s a girl in her underwear in a tree, and a lady pulls up in her car to ask her if everything’s ok. That’s an odd enough beginning, but then things get even more strange…

So we start out with one person at very high risk of being considered a crazy bitch by passers-by, but it could be argued that the crazy bitch count doubles when the driver starts screaming “whore” at the random stranger in the tree.

In fairness to the driver, she clearly started out with good intentions and was taken aback by being called a ‘fat bitch’. That doesn’t alter the fact that she was then driven to scream whore at a half naked stranger in a tree, which, let’s face it, is a pretty out of the ordinary thing for a person to be doing.

Honestly, I feel bad for that girl in the tree because There’s a strong possibility she was having an adverse reaction to drugs, but however she ended up there, I hope she has learned a lesson from this experience and is making efforts to avoid similar scenarios in the future. Hopefully she finds a way to utilize her quick, roasting wit to her advantage and end up an insult comic.

Crazy bitch tip #1: If you climb trees in your underwear and abuse passing motorists, people are going to call you a crazy bitch.

Crazy bitch tip #2: If you scream whore repeatedly out the window of your car, people will call you a crazy bitch, even if you started out with good intentions.

Calm is better

22 Apr

We all have the tendency towards getting emotional when things just refuse to go our way no matter how hard we try, and that’s ok. The problem is, the more emotional you become, the less likely you are to get what you wanted in the first place because it’s difficult to interact with highly emotional people. Basically, calm is better.

Here’s an example.

The lady just wanted the tv to work with the universal remote but that all gets lost in the screaming and instead of getting some help with the problem, she manages to make herself look like a crazy bitch. It’s just as likely that she’s had a terrible month of frustrations and annoyances and just couldn’t hold it in anymore. It doesn’t matter though because an outburst is an outburst and unfortunately for this lady, this one was caught on film.

I am impressed that she mentions taking the children to see a shiprwreck. That’s the sort of tangential arguments that come out when a person is not in control of their emotions, and as you can see it definitely did not help her achieve her initial goal of sorting out the remote.

Crazy bitch tip: emotions are natural and can be difficult to deal with, but letting them get the better of you tends not to help you get what you’re after.

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Tantrums don’t solve problems

19 Nov

Tantrums don’t solve your problems. When you’re a kid at least you can blame the fact that you chuck the occasional massively¬†childishness tantie on the fact that you’re actually a child. When you’re a fully grown woman, you should know better than to kick and scream like dying cockroach just because you can’t get your way.

Granted, the husband shouldn’t have posted this video. If he really loved his wife, he wouldn’t have been willing to offer her up for the world to mock. Mind you, with that sort of behaviour, you can see why he might have fallen out of love with her.

Here he is defending why he posted the video:

I don’t know if I’m being one sided here, maybe I’m just on this guy’s side because I’m a guy too, but doesn’t he seem like a normal, level-headed bloke in both the original video and in the interview?

But hey, if I am being one sided, at least the chair kicker is single now. Have at her if you’re into that sort of thing, fellas.

Crazy bitch tip: When your argument has degraded to the point that you’re kicking a chair, it’s time to consider a new approach.

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