Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Tuesday Thoughts

Just a few of Tammy's thoughts.

Is it necessary to look at someone after you step on their foot or bump into them when you know you're not going to say excuse me?

Do you watch something you don't really have much interest in if you can't find your remote?

How hard is it to wipe off the toilet seat? I hate it when I got to use the bathroom and the seat is wet. There is nothing nastier than having to wipe off someone else's urine.

Along the same lines, it's a shame that signs have to be posted in bathrooms telling people to wipe the seat, wash their hands, or not put certain things into the toilet. Huh?

I spent my night talking to an old friend who not only cheated on his wife, but had a child with another woman. She stayed, but he thinks she's cheating now. Does he have the right to be upset?

Should women act like a lady and think like a man like Steve Harvey suggests?

It would be wonderful to wake up, grab my pen and pad and write all day long. Working a job I cannot stand is for the birds!

Even though I can't stand my job, I thank God for it each and every day.

I really miss my father. I know he's watching over me and often wonder if he's proud of the life I live.

Our tabloid society really upsets me. Why do I watch TMZ?

Is chivalry dead? A pregnant woman got on the bus when I was on my way home yesterday and not one man got up to let her sit down.

Am I out of the loop because I rarely visit my myspace page, don't have a facebook page, and I don't give a damn about twitter?

Is technology ruining our society? It's all about this page and that one, Aim, online chatting, and texting. We hardly ever talk to one another.

I must admit, texting has saved me from having a lot of unnecessary conversations.

I hate it when someone calls me and expects me to keep the conversation going. What the hell did you call me for?

I guess that's all for now...


Mich said...

TMZ is garbage for the brain! i cant stand to watch it!

Stacye said...

OK, Tammy...now that you have picked my brain!

WOW, How did you know what I was thinking? Good minds think a like!

**LMBO!! Going for my famous box of tissues!***

Love Ya Girl,

PS, thanks for the prayers!

Strongblkwmn said...

Mich - I know it's trash, but it's like a car wreck for me. I know I shouldn't watch but I can't help it. I'm so ashamed. LOL!

Strongblkwmn said...

Stacye - It feels good to know that I think like one of my favorite bloggers. I hope all is well.

SLC said...

Sis you are so funny.
But to answer your first question, If you're not going to say excuse me don't get mad when you get cussed out. Not that I would do that, I'd probably say your excused with a big smile.

And as far as that bus ride goes, there was not one man on the whole bus.

I just called
to say
I love you

or I just called to hear you breathe

Take care sis.

A Free Spirit Butterfly said...

I'm w/you, what's with the nasty toilet seats or leaving the tissue on afterwards? It so pisses me off.

I'm sorry, but I love facebook and have about 89 friends. The funny thing is that I wouldn't invite half over to my house to hang out. (lol)

As far as Steve Harvey goes, I'd rather be in the company of you and your husband with some real years and experience under your belt. Half the book buyers are desperate to see what they're doing wrong....

Lastly, I'm not a phone person and calling ID is my best-friend (smile)

Love ya!

Sunshinelovespeace said...

Yes, technology is ruining our society. You're right we never talk to people face to face any more and if we do, it's usually the ones we don't want to talk to (like my landlord, my neighbor when I have to complain about the music blasting, my other neighbor who always wants to borrow something she knows I don't have. Like a cup of milk and I'm a vegan!)

Sadly enough, I have plenty of friends that need to read Steve Harveys book. I've actually tried to recommend it. Is that rude? It that the same as saying to someone "You really act desperate and need some help!"

Peace. BTW really feeling your blog. Just started reading it.