Some people create their own storms, then get upset when it rains-------Unknown
Co-worker makes a gagging sound and throws in some attitudinal body language directed at the ice-
colleague opposite her. Aware she's being licking finally voiced out: " I dislike when you suck on ice" ignored she
" Does it affect your ears?"
" No, It's just that....."
" Does it affect your nose?"
" It's ice I can't smell it. Just...."
" Does it affect your eyes?"
Now sensing the curt undertone of the question co-worker gets defensive. " Yes. Yes, it does"
" Then pluck your eyes out, my dear, just like the bible says" At this point I burst into a frenzy of giggles. Of course, co-worker bristled and left for a bit.
I was visiting a friend at her workplace when I overheard this conversation. Telling someone to eat elsewhere rather than at their desk because the smell of their food is upsetting is different from telling them what and what not you'd like for them to eat.
Co-worker didn't leave for lunch because it was raining, she sat at her desk and worked her annoyance. It was the first rain of the year and I was excited about the smell of rain after a long dry period. I heard she was miffed for about a day after and I wondered about it. I wondered about what she'd expected. I mean, one should find it easy to accept what one is dishing out, no? If you put a crown on someone and lift them up you'd expect and accept the universe crowning you too.
Pairing this Ankara skirt with red is such an elevation, no?