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After it's all said and done, life's just a bunch of kwotes

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Do you ever have that kid in class, or that person in any real life situation that just can’t seem to say anything that has a sliver of importance or relevance? Do you ever encounter those people who feel like they need to add their two cents into every single thing that’s brought up in a conversation? Actually, it’s more like they put in their ten dollars because they talk so damn much. They just talk, and talk, and talk. About absolutely nothing.

And you can’t do anything about it. All you can do is sit there, grit your teeth, clench your fists, and try to manage the nuclear explosion that’s happening in your head. All you can do is sit there and wait until they decide that they’ve said enough. Which is usually never.

Well, here’s what I’ve always wanted to say to the face of one of those people.

“Hey, SHUT UP”

I’m sure you would love to say the same. So, next time you encounter one of these hooligans, picture yourself screaming this in their face and embarrassing them in front of a very large crowd. I promise, it’ll help. With that, have a nice weekend.

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4 thoughts on “Hey, SHUT UP (The Hand Writer)

  1. The Cutter says:

    Get drunk. Alcohol sometimes helps us speak our minds.

    1. vino4 says:

      You’re more right than you know

  2. Yeah. I know at least 3 versions of the person you’re talking about. Majorly self-absorbed, majorly chatty, and often with very little to say. Sometimes I swear I could be hit by a bus in front of them and they’d continue to carry on a one-sided conversation…

    1. vino4 says:

      You’re definitely right about the whole being hit by the bus thing. Those kinds of people only care about what they’re saying. As a wise man once told me, screw em

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