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Blaming for nothing?
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Posted 1/28/16

Sagenaruto68 wrote:

Someone blame you for nothing, you didn't do it but still get blame.

How you feel about this


If thread like this exist let me know


I blame you for my hunger! I hunger for clay!
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Posted 1/28/16
My supervisor, definitely.

First week on the job.
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That crap happens
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All the time. Everything is always my fault, even if I wasn't there at the time
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It makes me rage like no other. This is one of my big anger buttons.

And people seem to like to make it worse by saying stupid crap like "If you didn't do it, you wouldn't be so defensive." It doesn't usually matter whether I react initially with anger or with an attempt to explain what happened in a logical manner. They INSIST that you're to blame simply because they feel like it.

Go to hell. I'll take you there myself.


I'm not upset at all if I can tell the person isn't being serious, but I go off when they seem to be sincere about the accusation. Last time something like this happened, things got really ugly with one of my coworkers. I still think he's a sack of bird crap who sneaks around the policies like a starving rat while trying to make himself look good and pit people against one another. One of those guys who says he's straightforward when he's actually a little mouse hiding behind lies and stupid curlicue dramas of his own making. And he took everything personally, making it hard to work with him. Dumbf*** thought he owned the place or something. Follow the goddamn rules and quit accusing everyone.

My boss might get me to go back in the future. I really don't want to work with that dude again after what happened between us since he's beyond all hope, but I'll have to if I don't have another job by then.
Posted 1/28/16
Its called being a scapegoat. My mother was my father's scapegoat for everything. I've been a scapegoat for my jealous older sister, who thinks she's left out, and probably a lot of other people have been too.
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I feel like women do it to me all the time. Ask my ex's.
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47 / F / Reston, VA, USA
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Been happening ever since my sister was born. Anything she does wrong is somehow automatically my fault according to my parents, even if I'm in another state because as the older sister I was supposed to, "Set a good example."
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I like to respond with "prove it" or "got a picture?"
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Just let them. I still get my morning coffee
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Posted 1/28/16
I share the blame for things I didn't do with people who aren't there to argue.
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Posted 1/28/16
Rampage time!
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Don't worry I do it ALL the time.
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It's me whenever I'm home. I get blamed for shit I didn't do even if it happened when I'm not there.
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Year-end cleanup. Closing threads with no new posts since 12/31/2016.
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