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Dear neighbor,

 

Thanks for hitting my car today and just leaving. You could have at least left a note! I hate the people who live in this condo building!

 

Dear other neighbor,

 

You don't have to threaten to throw people's stuff out just because it isn't locked up in their storage unit for a few hours or so. This is a new building and people are still moving in. It isn't your job to take other people's stuff.

 

Dear Mike,

 

When can we sell this condo and buy a house? I never tell you, but I hate living in a condo and I can't wait to get away from all of these ignorant people. smile41.gif

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Dear self,

 

You are still wearing what you slept in. It is 2 pm. You need to get up & take a shower! Get off the forum

 

Dear upstairs neighbor,

Are you building something? Because all day it's sounded like you are pounding nails. I don't think it's legal to run a construction business out of your apartment.

 

Dear cat & dog,

You are enabling me! All three of us have been sitting in the same place on this bed all day long! Don't either of you need to get up and pee or something?

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Dear future in-law's and FI's best friends-

 

I just want to take a moment to tell you how much I appreciate the fact that all of you nagged the shit out of me to cancel our "weekend get-away" plans to celebrate mine and FI's birthdays this weekend and next and instead, to throw a big-ass party for FI's 40th birthday (despite the fact FI hates the idea of a birthday party).

 

I really enjoyed busting my ass to come up with a plan in order to stop hearing about how I'm keeping FI from his friends and they have to do a 'drive-by' with their presents for him because of me.

 

And now that I've planned everything with 30 people in mind---- starting with the trip to the casino, the nice sit-down dinner, the custom cake I already designed and ordered, and the private party I arranged for at a local pub------

 

NOW you feel the need to tell me that only 6 of you are actually going to attend because you have other shit going on.

 

 

Signed,

The mouse who just ran circles in her wheel for NOTHING!

 

(PS- You can fucking forget whatever brief idea flits into your ADD minds when his 50th rolls around----I'm taking his ass out of town and turning off the phone so you can't call him at 6am on the weekend to see if he happened to watch some obscure interview on TV the night before)

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Dear future in-law's and FI's best friends-

I just want to take a moment to tell you how much I appreciate the fact that all of you nagged the shit out of me to cancel our "weekend get-away" plans to celebrate mine and FI's birthdays this weekend and next and instead, to throw a big-ass party for FI's 40th birthday (despite the fact FI hates the idea of a birthday party).

I really enjoyed busting my ass to come up with a plan in order to stop hearing about how I'm keeping FI from his friends and they have to do a 'drive-by' with their presents for him because of me.

And now that I've planned everything with 30 people in mind---- starting with the trip to the casino, the nice sit-down dinner, the custom cake I already designed and ordered, and the private party I arranged for at a local pub------

NOW you feel the need to tell me that only 6 of you are actually going to attend because you have other shit going on.


Signed,
The mouse who just ran circles in her wheel for NOTHING!

(PS- You can fucking forget whatever brief idea flits into your ADD minds when his 50th rolls around----I'm taking his ass out of town and turning off the phone so you can't call him at 6am on the weekend to see if he happened to watch some obscure interview on TV the night before)

Oh my God...I would FLIP OUT if that happened! So sorry, Maria.

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Dear Nena (my puppy)

I'm so sorry I just dropped you off at Petsmart to get your haircut and nails done.

I know you were really scared and didn't want to be there...especially when you tried to run out of the grooming area. I will be back in 3 hours to pick you up, I promise crybaby2.gifdog.gif

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Dear future in-law's and FI's best friends-

I just want to take a moment to tell you how much I appreciate the fact that all of you nagged the shit out of me to cancel our "weekend get-away" plans to celebrate mine and FI's birthdays this weekend and next and instead, to throw a big-ass party for FI's 40th birthday (despite the fact FI hates the idea of a birthday party).

I really enjoyed busting my ass to come up with a plan in order to stop hearing about how I'm keeping FI from his friends and they have to do a 'drive-by' with their presents for him because of me.

And now that I've planned everything with 30 people in mind---- starting with the trip to the casino, the nice sit-down dinner, the custom cake I already designed and ordered, and the private party I arranged for at a local pub------

NOW you feel the need to tell me that only 6 of you are actually going to attend because you have other shit going on.


Signed,
The mouse who just ran circles in her wheel for NOTHING!

(PS- You can fucking forget whatever brief idea flits into your ADD minds when his 50th rolls around----I'm taking his ass out of town and turning off the phone so you can't call him at 6am on the weekend to see if he happened to watch some obscure interview on TV the night before)
Why are people so rude? Maybe this is why I prefer my cats to people sometimes. LOL.

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Maria...that SUCKS! I would kill someone I think!

 

Dear Principal,

Thank you for keeping me at school today until 5 when I had intentions on leaving at 3:30 so I could actually make it to the printing place before it closed! All you did was ramble on and on about things I learned from college...yes college, a place you should have attended before becoming the leader of my school!!! Stop telling me ideas like they are new innovations when it's pure common sense....we are not idiots! And please stop being rude and interrupting guest speakers who actually provide something meaningful to the staff. YOUR AN IDIOT!! Oh yeah...and you have really bad breathe! PS...thanks for late meeting....I just called out for a personal day tomorrow!! :)

 

Dear Rose(my pug),

Why do you always insist on barking at the damn TV all the time...WTF?? I love you but seriously..it needs to stop! And tell your dad to stop thinking it's so damn cute...I can't hear anything!

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Maria...that SUCKS! I would kill someone I think!

Dear Principal,
Thank you for keeping me at school today until 5 when I had intentions on leaving at 3:30 so I could actually make it to the printing place before it closed! All you did was ramble on and on about things I learned from college...yes college, a place you should have attended before becoming the leader of my school!!! Stop telling me ideas like they are new innovations when it's pure common sense....we are not idiots! And please stop being rude and interrupting guest speakers who actually provide something meaningful to the staff. YOUR AN IDIOT!! Oh yeah...and you have really bad breathe! PS...thanks for late meeting....I just called out for a personal day tomorrow!! :)

Dear Rose(my pug),
Why do you always insist on barking at the damn TV all the time...WTF?? I love you but seriously..it needs to stop! And tell your dad to stop thinking it's so damn cute...I can't hear anything!
Trisha you so have my life (except I work in a high school and have 6 principals, who all tell us the exact same things like we haven't heard it from the other 5) and have two beagles who bark at every animal on TV like they are actually in our house or something...I am feeling this one

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Trisha you so have my life (except I work in a high school and have 6 principals, who all tell us the exact same things like we haven't heard it from the other 5) and have two beagles who bark at every animal on TV like they are actually in our house or something...I am feeling this one

Hahaha...if a dog runs off the screen one way...rosie goes chasing it into our bedroom...it was funny the first 5 times..now I'm over it!

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