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This is a question The passive-aggressive guilt trip

My mother is an expert in the guilt-trip. Last week she phoned to say "Happy Birthday" and, after a 10 minute conversation, finished with, "Well, I hope you have a nicer time than I did on the day you were born."

She also stated that she was going to kill herself when she reached 65. On Christmas Day morning. Having rung up to see if there was anything she could bring for lunch.

I think it's just a mother thing, but how good are your relatives and friends at the passive-aggessive?

(, Thu 13 Oct 2005, 9:52)
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Rodger's passive/aggressive guilt free afternoon
The other day I left my cubicle during work hours for an extended period. I often do this. I only do this because no one says anything -stupid government nimrods. Sometimes I just walk the streets aimlessly, other times I go home or to the movies. Anyway this day I went to the Swingers Adult Theatre, about 10 minutes walk away. I was sitting watching a movie about 2 ladies weeing on each other when a great big man wearing only workboots and socks came out of one of the cubicles and slapped me repeatedly in the face with his tockley. As I said he was a huge man, maybe a labourer from one of the building sites, so I just sat there and thought of my favourite
A Team episode. He went away after a few minutes. A little later a young guy of middle eastern appearance resplendent in a tiara, exotic black wrap around and moulded padded breast type things beseeched me to enter his cubicle. Well I bet he's sorry. I gave it to him, drove him into next week you might say. Then I went home on the bus and had a rest. Guilt? Me. Nah.
(, Thu 13 Oct 2005, 12:22, Reply)

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