Bitch on the Blog

June 2, 2011

Love you too

Filed under: Communication — bitchontheblog @ 20:36

Let’s give the enchanting Brighid centre stage somewhere down the comment line of my ‘Narrow’, and unabrigded:

“I discovered what a “U” is.

A “U” will normally have a conventional appearance, so they do not stand out visually. But then the definition becomes interesting. They are glib and superficial, are manipulative and conning, have a grandiose sense of self, are pathological liars, they lack remorse, shame and guilt and they suffer from shallow emotions. But it gets better. They are callous and lack empathy, they are irresponsible and unreliable, they lead a parasitic lifestyle, they do not perceive that there is anything wrong with them, they are secretive, paranoid and authoritarian and they have an over riding need to find victims. They have an emotional need to justify their disgraceful deeds so they actually need the victim’s affirmation, respect, gratitude and love. How sick is all that ? Does any of it ring any bells for you ? Are they alarm bells by any chance?

Comment by Brighid — June 2, 2011″

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8 Comments »

  1. Fortunately we don’t have to be perfect to be lovable. 🙂

    Comment by Cheerful Monk — June 2, 2011 @ 20:41 | Reply

    • Glad to you have you back in my comment box, if only to keep me on the narrow if not straight.

      The one point the adorable charitable Brighid (a friend of the needle, I believe, and a contestant in the “affectations” of the miserable Con) got wrong: I DO stand out visually, even when dressed. Not on purpose. Just happens. Often a nuisance.

      Currently in urgent need of a midwife.

      Hug on having you back,am worried about BHB,

      Ursula de Vile, levered by the Brighids of this world, Canute Chambers, Ocean Village, Southampton, England

      Comment by bitchontheblog — June 2, 2011 @ 21:19 | Reply

  2. Thanks for the hug. Don’t worry about BHB. As she wrote in an e-mail, she’s going to be busy with her family for a while and won’t be posting comments.

    Comment by Cheerful Monk — June 2, 2011 @ 21:33 | Reply

  3. I certainly hope you mean the “affections” of the miserable Con. LOL And, I think the term is “sweet,” not “miserable.”

    I’m coming back around from time to time, but I will leave silently if I start to feel abused again.

    Comment by Conrad — June 3, 2011 @ 01:30 | Reply

    • Actually, sweet Con, I was rather pleased with myself to slip “affectations” in there instead of affection. Linguistically, you understand. Glad it caught your attention. I always find it so gratifying when someone notices the finer detail; whilst at the same type hoping that any of my typos do go UNnoticed. That’s contradictions for you. Funny when you think about it. Or not [so funny].

      As to ‘abuse’: May I at least tease you every so often? Or, to avoid any further you misunderstanding (occasionally) what I am saying, we could put a warning system in place, a bit like Jean uses smileys. Say for abuse; ^T^ for tease; !S! for downright SERIOUS.

      Mwah,
      U

      Comment by bitchontheblog — June 3, 2011 @ 06:31 | Reply

      • Well, I never: My solution for ‘A'(abuse) does not show, has got lost on transmission! Do I have an invisible and uninvited sub? Well, sub whoever you are: Here is my favourite of editor’s marks: STET (Let it stand).

        Uxxx

        Comment by bitchontheblog — June 3, 2011 @ 06:37 | Reply

  4. Interesting. We are developing a language! Detente at last!

    Comment by Conrad — June 3, 2011 @ 06:41 | Reply

  5. And, of course you may tease me. Otherwise, I’ll never be able to employ my affectations!

    Um, you do realize affectation is another word, right?

    Comment by Conrad — June 3, 2011 @ 06:42 | Reply


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