First… Turn Off Your Inner Butt-Hurt

And try not to microscopically inspect his butt-hole. Ya know, for his “real” motive. Just, read it.

Think that’s harsh? “Harsh” is making plans to fight next to a guy who (when given the opportunity) is not willing to do whatever he has to do to make himself the best fighter possible, and you find out during the fight that he doesn’t have the guts, stamina, or drive to stick around when it gets bad. “Harsh”, is having a “Battle Buddy” who is more concerned about having a $3,000 GucciAR, but never wanted to pay to get training with it “cuz trainin’s ‘spensive.”. “Harsh” is finding out during the fight, that the guy next to you in the foxhole can’t carry his ass, let alone yours if you get hurt, simply because he thought “PT” was an acronym for a Dairy Queen entree.

Perception Lobotomy and take some Reality Ritalin

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3 Responses to First… Turn Off Your Inner Butt-Hurt

  1. “And try not to microscopically inspect his butt-hole.” HAHAHAHAHA, ain’t that the truth! Between them lookin’ for my “hidden meaning/agenda, and a lack of reading comprehension, it is somewhat frustrating. Thanks for the repost.

    • Curtis says:

      I’ve been watching this happen for 38 years. None of us are infallible, and may from time to time misunderstand something we read. But, instead of asking for a clarification, to many people immediately jump to BUTT-HURT. Of course, you made a pretty good case for why many went into BUTT-HURT mode. They got shamed, when to whole intent was NOT to shame them, but just some good old fashioned common sense and reality. Jumping into safe space comes to mind, with the added effect of the Deer in the headlights syndrome… then the rude awakening.

      And then, “I didn’t know! No one warned me!”

      • I expect my children to jump to the “You’re being mean” paradigm. I expect adults to read what was said, objectively assess whether it applies to them or not, then change what they’re doing for their own betterment. Unfortunately, I keep saying things, expecting adults to read it, and what I usually get is emotional children.

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