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Stuff I Can’t Say to People in Person

July 2nd, 2015

Memes to Live By

I am not going to lie. I get tired of having my intelligence insulted. Sometimes I almost think it would be better to be stupid, just so I would be able to AGREE with the people who treat me like a moron.

Sometimes I get “corrected” by people who didn’t get through high school. Hello? Is it possible that there is a connection between 1) lack of success and 2) unwillingness to respect the opinions of people who clearly know more than you do?

Anyway, I had an aggravating experience, and I went to the Morpheus meme generator site and cut loose. I am quite pleased with these.

Is it wrong for a Christian to blow off steam? Maybe. But sometimes I think it’s the only thing that keeps human beings from going nova.

Here’s how I feel: if you’re going to treat me like an idiot, be consistent. Don’t tell me how smart I am and THEN treat me like an idiot.

Too much to ask?

Yes.

wonka advice wrong

boromir yield hialeah

dicaprio okay youre still here

humble mcdonalds coffee

lumbergh criticize

told you so meme

dicaprio win win

6 Responses to “Stuff I Can’t Say to People in Person”

  1. Ed Bonderenka Says:

    Well, I like every one of them.

  2. Heather P Says:

    The bottom two are my favorites!

  3. Andy-in-Japan Says:

    Ditto what Ed said, …..
    with #1 and #5 my favorites!

  4. Andy-in-Japan Says:

    The issue of “blowing off steam” is a good issue to raise.

    On one hand, we all need* it. On the other, it can quickly lead to undesirable and unintended effects and repercussions.

    The New Testament doesn’t outline the disciples being given direction regarding this issue…. but I wish it did.

    * – I guess “need” is really “want”. The issue for me seems to be “forgiveness”. I mean, it’s easy to “just forgive” in hypothetical talk – but as a flash and blood being… there are issues of time and emotion to deal with.

  5. WB Says:

    Right there with you. And what really gets my upset is when someone thinks they are an intellectual and therefore their opinion should be “important” to me–when they are actually quite stupid, uninformed, and have no capability for biblical reasoning.

    And yet the great minds who correct us and tell us we should be more tolerant or whatever–they know more about (pick one) NASCAR, SPORTS, TV SHOWS, HOLLYWOOD, etc. than they do about the things going on that actually matter.

    Boco Haram? That’s a new band, right? Syriza? Yeah, that’s a country over there in the Middle East. They are bad. Benghazi? Well, gesundheit!

    If someone is honestly simple, I have all the time and patience in the world for them. But there is no place in my life for the intellectually lazy and willfully stupid–especially when they want to “debate” me and show me my supposed error on sodomites, political correctness, tolerance, and socialism.

    Think this isn’t a good Christian attitude for a person to have? Well, Hosea 4:6, Isaiah 5:13–which is happening to us today for this very reason…and of course there is the entire book of Proverbs–and then there is Ecclesiastes. Yes, I know what it says about excessive studying–but that is different from willful ignorance and being responsibly informed about the world in which you live. Willful stupidity and laziness of mind and body have put us where we are today. And pride is the fertile soil in which it all grows.

    Yeah, this is a button-pushing topic for me.

    That said, I really liked those memes.

  6. Steve B Says:

    #3 is my favorite. Been there, done that.