Wednesday, 23 April 2014

head....bang...wall

good times, shitty times, highs and lows....he pisses me off and i piss him off at times...thats life, thats relationships.

sometimes i let my mind wander to how good it would feel to give him a good slap when he is all "because thats the way it is" when i moan and bitch about how he is being unfair....and i should have giant holes in my tongue from holding back when he has a goddam answer for everything....it pisses me off.

and, and i dont always want rational, the man is so infuriatingly calm and rational when im having one of my shit-fits (the fact that i might be throwing a paddy because i havent got my own way, is not the point) well it might be...but lets overlook that.

and...yes im on a role...how about this

"you should learn to love that what you dislike, you should learn to love it because it pleases me"

then

"you should ask for things you dislike, rather than it always being what you like"

well, ok then Yoda...

if i liked everything that i disliked, then i wouldnt have nothing to ask you for that i dislike....but im sure there will be a reasonable explanation...in fact im counting on it.

and they say woman are confusing!

and who the heck likes everything anyway.

and i dont know why im getting my knickers in a twist about this, but it just feels good to let it out.





19 comments:

  1. tori,

    I had a boss who was a Brit and calmly rationale. He drove me crazy. And, I had to hold myself in complete control.

    Yes. Your post makes sense to me.

    Hug,
    joey

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    1. lol!! yes it drives me crazy, sometimes i just want him to 'lose it' but then i would probably moan if he did that lol

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  2. tori, thank you for the laugh. I swear I could write half this post. I agree with your rationale. Plus, only way to get what we like is to ask for it.

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    1. ahh your very welcome lol

      yes i agree, i dont have a problem asking but i do concede that i do tend to mostly ask for what i like, and i guess his point is that sometimes it would be nice to push myself by asking for what i dont like.

      x

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    2. I received this two days ago. I had to laugh. It made me think of this post.

      "Don't frown. You'll learn to like it because you know it makes me smile. You may even want to start practicing on your own."

      First off, just because I enjoy serving you does not mean I enjoy the task you want me to do. Second, practice on my own? Yeah, right! (Though, I will end up doing it, on video, to please Him, I'm sure. Sometimes the control He has is frustrating).

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  3. Ummmm... I got nothing. Sorry, you're screwed. :) But you are in good company at least.

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    1. lol, i always tend to be screwed even when im so sure im onto a winner, and that my logic is right!

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  4. Ug, I get this Tori, there I am in meltdown mode and he's all calm and rational. As for asking for things we dislike ... I'm with you.

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. hi ya Roz

      its frustrating sometimes isnt it.

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  5. Well, at least he acknowledges you dislike it, mine refuses to do so...I get "you know you like it"

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    1. oh i get that as well, even though i protest that i dont lol

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  6. There is nothing that gets me more upset while I'm being thoroughly irrational is his calmness.

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    1. yes!!!! i dont want calm...i want a reaction lol

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  7. Ah, I have the opposite problem. Not calm nor rational - as in the objects get smashed and broken. Fortunately it is rarer these days and usually directed at work. It scares me sometimes that he might injure himself when he's not being calm about something. It's like a boiler exploding.
    I think I would prefer calm, at least it might stop things getting broken.
    hugs
    DF

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    1. lol perhaps the grass isnt always so green on the other side, im more like that in respect of boiler exploding and i used to be a thrower of objects....dont tend to now so much.

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  8. well, it's always better out than in! (((Hugs)))

    we tend to have the thing where if he's loosing it, I'm calm, and if I'm loosing it, he's calm. It generally really helps but every now and then - yes, infuriating!

    as for 'you should ask for things you dislike' I'm afraid I had a 'bwhahahahaha as IF' response! He has two approaches to this - firstly, he gets me all turned on and then makes me say certain things, including begging for things I'm not mad about. Secondly, he does the action I dislike to me a lot, while also arousing me as much as possible, then one he stops doing it or even mentioning it - for ages, until I find myself craving it and then begging him for it, all by myself.

    He's a cunning so and so, is what he is!

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    1. oh yes getting it out is always better....well mostly nearly always better lol

      yes, the bossman has used similar approaches and i do confess that there are things that i used to dislike but now love a lot, but i know there are things that i dont like, and probably never will!

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  9. We need a like button. Got nothing to add but yeah....get it
    Hugs

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    1. yep and it also needs emoticons lol

      x

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