Bitch on the Blog

January 4, 2014

Killing them off one by one

Filed under: Amusement,Beauty — bitchontheblog @ 15:36

Dearest sweetest Hearts, this post comes  with a health hazard warning. Being my father’s daughter I do believe in prevention. Cure being an afterthought.

Why do we like, indeed love, some people and will not take to others? A question which has vexed me more than many an early morning hour better spent sleeping.




  1. You seem to be developing a habit of asking difficult, if not impossible, questions.

    Some might say that it’s all down to “Chemistry”……. but then, so is all of life…ultimately.

    Comment by magpie11 — January 4, 2014 @ 16:03 | Reply

  2. Good question…

    While I don’t have a philosophical answer right now
    I will just say that you are a lovely sweet friend GBOTB.

    Have a great weekend

    Andro xxxx

    Comment by Gray Dawster — January 4, 2014 @ 16:20 | Reply

  3. I like Tea and Coffee. Some people like one or the other to the exclusion of the other. You do not like either. So, what is the big deal? That is how people are made with strong likes and dislikes and some nice folks with neutral attitudes. I would rather be myself and neither a prince nor a non-prince Hamlet.

    Comment by rummuser — January 5, 2014 @ 01:28 | Reply

  4. There’s no explaining it. Human emotions and preferences are a tangled web. But what really puzzles me is friendship that suddenly morphs into hostility and aversion overnight, for no discernible reason.

    Comment by nick — January 5, 2014 @ 06:44 | Reply

  5. A former tenant of mine explained it well to me. she said we are either innies or outies and tend to bond with each other. Some I have perceived as innies at the outset subsequently reveal themselves as actually outies. Friendship quite over as nothing to bond over. For me it amounts to: could I spend a week on a deserted island with this person? It never fails.

    Comment by wisewebwoman — January 5, 2014 @ 14:39 | Reply

  6. How would I know?

    Like you, some I like, some I tolerate, some I turn my back on. It’s natural.
    What’s to question?

    Or do you already know the answer?

    Comment by friko — January 5, 2014 @ 17:44 | Reply

  7. Forgive me at the outset for getting all Buddhist on you. It must be all the meditation (not medication) I’ve been doing. I think it’s because we have “business” of either the happy or not-so-happy kind in a former life with their souls. Consider it a form of metaphysical reunion. We are pleased to see some people at reunions and we want to avoid others. That’s my explanation. I can’t offer any proof, but who can disprove me? 😉

    Comment by Lorna's Voice — January 6, 2014 @ 13:12 | Reply

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