Tolerance – or lack there of

I’m not sure if I’ve ever been a tolerant person because it’s never something that I’ve thought about.  However, over the past couple of years I have noticed that certain things or events affect me in such a way that I want to explode.  Things like:

  • Kids (excluding my grand kids).  It’s not really the kids that give me the absolute shits, but the parents.   kids are not given the tools to cope with life and the ups and downs incurred as a result.  Kids aren’t able to do simple things like walk to the local shop,  go to the park or even meet up with friends at the local cafe.  They’re not allowed to interact with anyone not known to their parents and on the most part they can’t even get themselves to the school bus stop without being dropped off by Mum or Dad.

“Kids aren’t kids anymore. They’re pampered little bastards. “

  • Really stupid people.  Ok, so maybe I have fallen into this category over the years.  But at least I know when, where and how I’ve been stupid.  Really stupid people don’t know they’re stupid.  To combat and control really stupid people would require new new type of police force  – The Stupid People’s Detection Force SPDF.
    The SPDF will be given the authority to tell and charge ‘stupid people’ accordingly.  Now what constitutes a really stupid person is subject to variation and change and judged on a case to case basis.  To get around the issue of recognising the different between a person who has done ‘a’ stupid thing and a really stupid person.  The really stupid person does this said ‘stupid thing’ no less than 3 times.  This follows the American criminal law system of “3 strikes you’re out” which makes perfect sense to me.

Punishment for stupid people is obvious – death by stoning!

Author: Kitty

First and foremost I'm a busy working woman but I'm also a mother, grandmother and mother-in-law. I was brought up in a small country town but I've lived and worked in Sydney for over 20 years. I'm a slack blogger because life and earning a living gets in the way.

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