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Posted 6/30/13
I've told off an asshole former friend of mine who decided to pick on my best friend and then had the nerve to lie and be a hypocrite about it.
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Posted 6/30/13
I think I do it unintentionally just being sarcastic with people who don't understand sarcasm.
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17 / F / Cleveland, Ohio
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Posted 6/30/13
A few people in my freshman year in highschool, nobody messed with me because no one hardly knew me but when a friend was in trouble I deiced to jump in a few times at the end of the year.
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Posted 7/2/13

ninjitsuko wrote:

Oh, I will tell someone off - calmly and rationally, though. I never involve myself in such a thing if I'm genuinely angry (which, to be fair, is an amazingly difficult place for me to get to). Yesterday, I was sitting in Olive Garden and eating my food - table of people in front of me had two kids: a young boy and a younger girl. The boy was getting a bit impatient for his food (kids, they're impatient creatures). The "father" was shouting and yelling at the boy to shut up and sit down. Kid starts getting irritated and annoyed. Shouts back, "You're mean and you're not my Dad!" Things get worse.. guy keeps shouting louder, kid gets louder. Then, food comes, kid gets in trouble for trying to share his pizza with his sister.

I end up standing up and walking next to his booth.

Me: "If you want your kid to quiet down and use mannerisms, you should do as you expect him to do. Kids learn by example, you know?"
Him: "He isn't my f*$#ing kid."
Me: "Brilliant, so you're teaching somebody else's kid how to be a prick, kudos."

I walked back to my table and he wouldn't even raise his head beyond that of the height of the booth from then on.


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Posted 7/2/13 , edited 7/2/13
....i WANT to bitch out my mother in law sooooooo bad......but if I didn't hold back it would play out very badly.

She always plays the victim of the situation and because she's married to a good and honest man everyone loves she's deemed such a sweet and saintly woman to anyone who hasn't had to deal with her. Sure, like anyone, she has her good points but those are few and far between.....in general she is SERIOUSLY delusional and all her close family knows it.

My husband and I have an apartment in the floor under theirs and we share bathroom and kitchen privileges and she is always insisting we're running around making a complete mess of her kitchen when in reality it is her and her family. She claims to be such a clean person but this morning when I came over she had left the most disgusting assortment of food and garbage in the sink that it made me gag several times and I always pick up after her but she's convinced someone is running around throwing mud all over her house or something and we're all filthy pigs--aside from her ever-so-gracious-saintly self. If she thinks me or my husband left a dirty dish or spoon or fork in the sink she'll half halfheartedly rinses it and put it back in the drawer with clean things.......and this stuff still has clumps of old food on it.....since I didn't make the mess I don't think to clean it and what do you know she's glaring at me contemptuously as I pull a moldy fork out of the drawer.....like it's MY fault.

When she ruins my morning by calling me up to complain because "there's a spot" or "there's a hair" on the sink or floor she "thinks" she didn't make it makes me want to scream.

In every possible situation me and several other people are kissing her ass and the only thing she gives back is shallow interest and ridiculous accusations.

What drives me crazy is that everyone has just learned to bend over backwards for this woman and feeding into whatever placates her. It disgusts me but I'm not the kind of person that can go up against that verbally. D:
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28 / M / CT
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Posted 7/2/13
I told off my boss in a dream once, maybe that doesn't count though.
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20 / M / Cedar City,UT
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Posted 7/2/13
All the time like when i was at a store there was black and white kid walking around asking for a dollar even tho they already had bought there stuff they were trying to annoy people and mooch off of people and when i was buying my stuff they asked me for a dollar i said yes and they asked if they could have it i said sure if you get on the ground and beg otherwise leave everyone the fuck alone your're annoying everyone here they'll got all but her saying chill man it was just a joke
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15 / F / Texas
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Posted 7/2/13
One time my parents were taking me out for the day, which is pretty special to me because my parents hardly ever pay much attention to me.

Well, the day was good until my mom just got into a bitchy mood for no reason. She wanted to stop off at the store and get some chips. So me and my dad sat there and waited for her for 15 minutes. Finally we just decided to go in and look for her. When we found her, she had EVERYTHING except what she was looking for.

We asked her what she was doing, and she just turned to us and said, "DON'T MIND ME. I'M BUYING THIS MYSELF NOW LEAVE ME ALONE. IF I WANT TO GET THIS THEN I CAN!" So we just walked back to the car and finally my mom came and my dad asked her why she didn't just come back out to the car instead of wasting time. And then she started swearing and being stupid and she blamed it on the people in the store.

Later we went to Jack in the Box, and when my dad asked her for something and she answered all rudely and then she was saying racial slurs infront of this black guy at the window, but she wasn't talking to him and she was just complaining about me and my dad and just ruining my special day and I turned to her and said,

"Look. Please just shut up! You are being stupid right now and you don't need to act this way over something so silly! You're ruining my entire day and if this is why I HATE going out with you because you ALWAYS act like this and you ALWAYS seem to ruin everything with your attitute." I felt kinda bad but she always seems to act like that no matter what we do. She never listens and always argues with whatever you say.
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Posted 7/2/13
Lets see...I have plenty of those stories but...

I would have to say it was back in high school, whenever i was goin 2 a different class, getting lunch, or just talking to my friends; there was this random guy who was i think a year younger then me but anyway this guy would just intentionally bump me and as i looked at him he looked at me as if he wanted to do something.

At first i just tried to ignored it but i think after the 5th time i said hell with it. So after walking to another class, i saw that he was goin 2 bump me...but this time instead of 'laying there and taking it" I literally...LAID...HIS...ASS DOWN! All i did was flipped the guy and then got tackled by security and got suspended lol, but when i came back, the guy avoided me for the rest of my high school days...

It was hilarious
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Posted 7/2/13
This is how i felt after that day
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31 / M / Hot Springs AR
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Posted 7/2/13
This 20 year old girl....she has more time for flirting but no time for working!
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18 / M / Just look behind...
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Posted 7/2/13
Remember to floss and eat your vegetables every day!
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Posted 7/4/13
I have a short temper and used to take karate in my elementary school- early high school ages. I never really tell someone off unless I am so annoyed and have been holding it in for a long time. In middle school there was one guy that would always get me in trouble and laugh about it, and all my friends said to ignore it because he liked me. We were in middle school and even then I knew that there was no chance for a serious relationship in 7th f**king grade, so I told him off pretty good.
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Posted 7/4/13
Hmm...I've told people off few times, but more with my fists. Let me tell you this, one day you're really going to get tired of the crap they're pulling. Then you're going to burst. Metaphorically. My mother told me, someone hits you once, you hit them twice. I think inherited my mother's temper.

I do remember this one incident though, in 6th grade though, where this girl was sitting with us chatting with us and personally, I did not mind and I thought she was okay. However, one of my others friends who was against me, got her to go against me, and they tried to kick me out of the group. But the one thing I did that day made me so emotionally happy till this day, I stood and started cursing at her telling her she stop being a b*tch , and stop trying to kick me out. What made me happy, when she told my other friends to get up, they didn't. They stayed by me, and sided with me, which made me one to cry, since I found some true friends. After that, that girl rarely came to talk to us and got her own friends. She obviously still doesn't like me till this day, and I've been utterly pleasant to her besides that day. My other friend was also forced to accept me again by default, and we don't like each other either. I got some true friends, though! * sniff*
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Posted 7/4/13
I've told my boss off many times in real life. As a result I don't work there anymore, strangely enough not because I got fired but because I quit.
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