Guess I’m the Only Flawed Person on the Internet — 16 Comments

  1. Oh, I could totally relate to A LOT of these. #16 – do it. Hate it and don’t understand why – and nobody else does either. #14 – just did self-diagnosis this weekend. Am hoping I’m getting arthritis in my hands and feet and not ALS. #19 – same. Hate the phone! Unless I’m texting. #20/21 – ditto. – Can’t wait for that first negative comment on my blog to make me completely stop blogging and live in depression for the rest of my life. I’m also socially awkward. Other people don’t think that (or at least they’ve never said I am), but I feel awkward. And I’m hard to please, just ask my husband. My allergies went away when I moved to Illinois though. Yay! Score 1 for me. 🙂

  2. We’ve got at least half of your list in common. Kudos to you for sharing, and I find it hard to understand how anyone could think you sound egotistical on your blog…we’ve never met in real life and so it’s possible I’m totally misreading you, but the comments that could be taken wrong I read as humor and sarcasm. You know I ended up taking down my “Cavewoman Moment” post because as more time went by I felt like nobody was as crazy as me and I got all insecure about having shared it at all. So I’m a coward – that one’s not on your list!

    • *Sigh,* I know. It’s like they didn’t read the disclaimer not to take ANYTHING seriously on this thing. Maybe I should put that in bold print under the header…
      And you took the Cavewoman post down?? Trust me, I related to that post. And you’re not a coward – you’re cautious. And not negligent, as I am. My enemies are probably reading this post and plotting how to take me down.
      Not that I have enemies, but you never know…
      You never know…

  3. Well, I guess I am not a Cylon either (good to know) because I could have written this list, especially the parts about being socially awkward and processing emotions.

    And for the record, I have been reading your blog for a few weeks now and have never though, “wow, this chick is really tooting her own horn! She sure is proud of herself.” Keep doing what your doing, we like it!

  4. Awww, I’ve never thought this blog of yours made you sound egotistical. Just wanna throw that out there. I’m with you on sickness and allergies. Don’t you wish everyone understood the importance of having tissue on hand? Or maybe don’t answer that…don’t want others thinking you’re better than them for having great tissue sense.

    • Thank you. Some have said otherwise…maybe they’re just trolls. I’ve been trying to ignore the trolls, but at least they gave me a good post idea.
      And I’m not ashamed to say that I have good tissue sense. I worked really hard for that tissue sense!

  5. Love your blog! And I can assure you that I am not a cyborg and have more flaws than you perceive yourself as having. (I guess one-upmanship should be added to my list. 🙂 ) Our flaws make us the wonderful individuals we are. <3

  6. Yep, it’s just you. I’m completely perfect. You know, if your definition of ‘perfect’ involves chipped nail polish, a preference for dogs over humans, and a constant need to quote Carrie Fisher…

    I’m still a better person than Todd Akin, though.

  7. Darling, whoever said that you came across as egotistical is probably just jealous of your accomplishments. You have every right to be proud of yourself for ANY reason at any time. Even if it’s only remembering to flush the toilet after using it. If you want to be proud – be proud! “TOOT TOOT MUTHA FUCKA!” Whoever thinks otherwise can just piss off. Life is way too short to be worried about what other people think; if things are going good in your life, then just be happy and enjoy it. Celebrate it. Shout it from the roof tops! Well, maybe not that because of the risk of serious injury, but you get my point.

    It was very ballsy of you to post that list. I also share some of your “impending doom” list. Every one of the odd numbers aside from 27 & 29, and I also share 26.

    *sigh* It’s hard being perfect all the time… (said sarcastically by the crazy lady wearing a fruit hat and earmuffs by the fireplace)

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