Issue Three page 19 Issue Three page 19 published on July 24, 2007Read more posts by the author of Issue Three page 19, KoryBing15 Comments on Issue Three page 19
Do your ears hang low? Do they wobble to and fro?
And yes, I do think he could tie ’em in a knot or tie ’em in a bow.
Knot maybe, but I don’t think their long enough for a bow. Plus, I think it would hurt.
This makes me realize how Youtube affects my mind negatively.
He can probably throw them over his shoulder like a continental soldier.
Oooh, the quiet one snaps!
THANK YOU Greg
But his ears are so cute! Who could hate them?
He probably hate them cause he’s forever stuck with that stupid hat.
Could have been worse, Greg. Could have been the horns. Then you would’ve had to wear a chef’s hat or a turban or something
Or a fez! Fezes are cool!
Greg just grew a pair.
To be honest, I get both sides of this argument.
On one hand, saying you’re lucky that your situation could have been WORSE, doesn’t make you lucky over all. You still had something unpleasant happen to you, you still have to learn how to deal with that, and you’re still going to be unhappy about that.
If I broke my leg and a friend tells me to stop complaining about how having a broken leg sucks because he’d had two broken legs before, then I’d get annoyed. Sure, my troubles weren’t as big as his, but they’re still troubles.The fact you suffered more, doesn’t make me suffer less.
But, on the the other hand, it’s so terribly frustrating when someone is complaining about their situation, which you’ve experienced to an even greater extent, and you’re trying to help them deal with it and all they want to do is complain. You’ve been through an even worse version of their scenario, so you feel like you have a pretty good idea of how to deal with it, but they won’t listen to your advice.
Both Michelle and Greg have good reasons for what they’re feeling. Michelle needs to be both able to complain, but make an effort to cope. Greg needs to be patient, but his advice should be accepted.
Look, I’m sorry, but you’re not much of a friend if you expect someone to just stop being sad about being attacked and nearly killed after you tried to comfort them for like, a week.
Nice guy TM -ish moment.