It turned out that my gripes were pregnant . Each gripe seemed to birth a new gripe. It got so that my craw overflowed from all my beefs. All of a sudden, I was forced to alphabetize. From A-Z, I found something to bemoan.
I tried to figure it out here http://spaceforwellness.com/
Weren’t we okay just trying to be OK? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I%27m_OK,_You%27re_OK
A tidbit I found enlightening:
"Harris's assertion that a child does not mature with the life position I'm OK - You're OK without therapy has been criticised as positioning TA as a quasi-religious soteriology. However the assertion is counter to other TA authorities.[citation needed "
It used to be that only milk was whole or not. Then, it was grain. Now, we’re supposed to strive for wholeness in our lives, and in our food. It took me a whole hour to find this link whereby someone tries to explain it.
What unnecessary insecurity is this? Am I half? Am I, ¾? What about you?
Buddha must have been whole. But, he had a big belly. Ghandi looked malnourished. The writer of that blog cites some ancient yogi’s guru, as one who achieved wholeness, through the practice of a yoga pose.
I thought an image might help:
It didn't. This necessarily leads to Whole Foods:
I was sure the recession would spark an austerity that would preclude upscale hippies from paying 8 dollars for one tomatoe. I was wrong.
This isn’t a gripe – So much more than some gripe.
So, I’m in the midst of clearing out all the things that bug me, and I'm only up to D. I feel lighter. I love that others are coming forth to share what bugs them, on my blog. I'm feeling kindly, when I see, over and over and over , a commercial for a new sitcom - - a pretty, but unhumorous looking woman is the star.
The commercial says that the show is called, “Whitney.” On one of these many commercials for “Whitney,” this Whitney starts spitting up a type of “comedy,” that I assured myself had long died of overexposure.
You know the type of "comedy,":
“Ladies, You know it’s true. Woman love to share thoughts and feelings , after you allow us to cuddle you after sex. Alas, men find us excruciating, ladies. Can I hear a hear yee. Can I hear an Oh yeah! (pause to take in the roar of grotesque laughter.)
Our guys want us to zip it , so they can either watch sports or poke us with their penis. Ladies! I just used the word penis and I WILL USE THE WORD VAGINA- because being pottymouthed make me all the more like a PRO , as does me aggressively stomping about the stage saying, Ladies," .
I speak truth to power when I say,
" Ladies and guy guys : Men would cut out are tongues, if they didn’t think that our tongues were useful for sex. Ladies! We worry about our weight. Men don’t like talkers , and they HATE fatties! If I knew who Sarte was, I’d say that he wanted Simone DeBuvoir to STFU, and show him her tits!
End of example set.
I do some googling. Appropriately, I see that Whitney’s last name is, “Cummings.” I watch some YouTube’s:
I now thoroughly despise Whitney, and the cretins that saw fit to give her a show. I’m not alone, thank god. Others don’t find this Whitney funny. Some simpletons find her hilarious.
Funny , to me should not be one of those ,” in the eye of the beholder,” situations. Sure, I’ll agree to disagree. I’m civilized ,and scared of jail. But, if you find something hilarious that I find lame or visa versa. I’m DONE(choking myself with garrote.)
I read more comments . Again with this -- woman are not funny bullshit.Woman are not funny:
What a lie. What an ugly and persistent Myth. On OS alone we see that this is a lie. I have known so many hilarious women. And, I’ve known so many very attractive and hilarious women. This topic gets me too riled up, so I’ll leave you with.Wayan Brothers:
Nothing against them. Well, Damon seems a little pervy ,but a nice bunch of brothers in general. I use them here because their name begins with a W, and because I once read an article about Keenan. He said that his mother and sister are the funniest in his family. He went on to say that his hilarious sister couldn’t continue being a stand up because it’s a really ugly and aggressive world(the stand up comedy scene.) I’ve been in that world, and those without enough blind ambition and testosterone, have a very hard time.