no means no
When someone says "No, I don't want to be with him"*, it doesn't mean
"yes, yes, I want to be with him!!" it means no. This is not a
case of "the mouth says no but the eyes says yes". And really
harassing someone over it and making up unbelievable story about the
other person is sad, lame and fucking pathetic!
God, I hope you all die in a fire.
*or any other case where the person doesn't want something.
Current Mood: aggravated
Current Music: movie: asterix et obelixe: mission cleopatre
Stop treating me like I'm acting like a fucking stubborn 5-year-old when I say I don't like *insert food*. I am 21 years old- I outgrew that "WAH I WON'T EVEN TRY IT" behaviour years ago and am old enough to know what I do and do not like. Perhaps- *gasp!*- my tastes are different from yours. Why is that so hard to accept? Why do you still continue to insist that "omg, if you just tried it you'd like it" when I HAVE tried it, thankyouveryfuckingmuch, you have SEEN me try it, and I STILL do not like it? I am aware that my intense, frothing hatred of cheese is very unusual and means I should be taken to a lab and studied. However, in the meantime, trying to eat the damn stuff makes me physically ill and therefore trying to shove grilled cheese sandwiches down my throat is not a good idea. Same goes for sauerkraut, meatloaf, chicken salad, cole slaw, and the other foods I don't like. Tried it, do not like it, deal with it.
Your frustrated family member,