Wednesday, October 19, 2011


They think they can boss you around to do things you don’t want to do.

They think they can shift the job they don’t want to do to you, just because they don’t feel like doing it, just because they pretend they don’t know how to do it, just because they have ‘commitments’, ‘commitments’ they deemed more important that your commitments.

They think they can put the blame on you. Since they already shift the job to you, if some cock-ups happen, well it’s not their responsibilities anymore. The guilt is on you.

They think you are easy to make fun of, just because you are silent and accept things coming your way, may it be pleasant or unpleasant things.

They think you don’t have a mind on your own, since you never speak up to the injustice done to you.

They think they can hop around in glee for being released from the burden on their shoulder, by putting the burden on your shoulder, because you, unlike other people have all the time in the world to deal with shenanigans by miscreants who are cane-proof.

They think they have won, when you just shrug it off and pretend not to be hurt by their stupid and silly comments on private parts of their body. When you never ever even think to look at them for more than what is necessary, let alone, to stare at them long enough to find things to comment about their body.

They think they can peek at your personal details and give their two cents worth of how you should manage your life.

They think, but not enough, to meddle in other people’s private and personal business, private and confidential matters as well as little secrets that wasn’t meant for the public.

They think, but not enough.

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