Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Freedom of X-presh'n

Usually, there's so many ways to go about it. But for most, when angered by a certain situation, will choose to express it with a word. Actually, this word could mean a verb, noun, place, person, etc. I'm yet to figure out why these words are always restricted to four letters... Is it coz of the fact that when one is infuriated, their overall intelligence drops by that much? I mean, how often do you catch a guy, when mad, saying, "this whole thing has de-stabilized my mental faculties," or, "I'm really furious about what that oaf has just done."
Instead, you hear things like, "She's pissing me off; I'm *@#*ed, or this guy's trying to *&$# with me. (Due to the nature of the writer, the supposed phrases could not be clearly expressed. But if you have even half a brain, you should follow!)
Personally, I'm a lot more sophisticated than that. In the same scenario, I would say, "Someone at work is getting on my nerves. If this persists, I'll be forced into taking serious measures to ......." and I threaten doing what I don't really intend to do..
I like 'Everybody hates Chris' especially Rochelle, who threatens to 'shove her feet so far up one's behind that they'll have toes for teeth!'

Let me go tell off this scoundrel who thinks he can sell me 2k airtime at 2500/=....


  1. Interesting, intellectual and impressive...

    and I got the socksiesss!!!

  2. Me am different from yu.
    i will always go for the shorter threats.

  3. I guess you like to keep your words on a 'short' leash..

  4. Ha you said oaf and reminded me of Ispector Clouseau-Pink Panther, then is that the Chris whose mother promises to slap him into another nationality? Any way i geuss people need to improvise for the short leash like instead of what the kcuf they say what the Febuary i got that from Ellen

  5. Actually, I know someone who says, "Oh fireworks!"

  6. Gosh...i have spent a week trying to post a comment now i'm here i'm just gona bitch;that posting here was frastrating