Obviously a phrase not everyone is familiar with.
I just had a lovely
attack conversation with a stranger who ran across my blog and decided I was a horrible person. It was quite comical. I never denied that I can be a horrible person.
I eat beef, so cows think I am horrible. Spam runs through my veins so pigs naturally think I am Hitler.
Horrible is quite a relative thing really.
So this person said that they (I don’t even know if it is a guy or girl, damn anonymous whiner) don’t understand how I can work with kids and have such a filthy mouth.
So I respond with the saying there’s a time and a place for everything and I am good at self-control.
Unless there is spam involved.
The response is almost instantaneous “But surely you must be a horrible person because you swear when telling stories about your daycare.”
My response is quite truthful with “But I don’t swear around kids nor is the foul language aimed at a child. No foul language is used when they are present at all. Quite the opposite, I usually use swear words to show the hilarity of the moment from an adult’s eyes.”
Yeah, here’s the thing you anonymous wimp who won’t go away. I also target shoot and remember not to shoot people when I am off the range.
Like I said, there’s a time and a place for everything.
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