Let somebody see you cry.
“You’ve changed,” he said, with nervous laughter.
Excuse me, I need a tissue…
5. “You don’t really look gay.”
Passive aggressive people LOVE communicating through notes, it’s the perfect way for them to let off steam and aggressively “put you in your place” while avoiding the conflict altogether.
They expect you to be a mind reader.
“We broke up recently, but we’re still good friends,” is a line you’ve probably heard (or said!) before. For some, maintaining a close relationship with an ex is important – after all, this person once meant the world to you.
A young guy about 18 said, “You two sound married.” Just then Jerry was walking down the steps next to us and he said to the kid, “Can’t you see they look too happy together to be married?”
Can you think of one person that you want to be? Someone who is perfect? Perhaps someone you know? Can you think of anyone you know really well who has no issues or annoying quirks or acne? I believed in these “perfect people” when I was little, but I also believed in the Easter Bunny.
Come on, or bulimic. Then we could still get our ice cream.