I Swear

Life’s disappointments are harder to take when you don’t know any swear words.
– Calvin and Hobbes

So very true! I was trying to keep my cool the entire night. I can’t possibly write down the details but I was pissed. As soon as I got into the car, I uttered my favourite swear words, one at a time, one followed by the other, until I felt like all the ugliness that has been hiding in me is released.

Some people are just insensitive and I’m disappointed with the fact that a person whom I’ve known for so long is actually doing this. And the best part is…this person doesn’t even realise it.

Tonight, I’m going to sleep my troubles away.

Should life think I need more annoying stuff coming my way, I’d say bring it on for I’m so angry, I think I’ll be able to kill those stuff.


  • charlene says:

    Were you surprised that you swear? At most of the times, I was surprised when I did that, a silence then I laughed at myself.

  • Grace says:

    I’m not surprised. I don’t usually swear unless it really gets to my nerve. I have never swear in front of a person and I’ll never do that. When I swear, it’s usually just me, just to release the anger.

  • nathaniel says:

    mousy… physical support? hehe (are we going to punch someone?)

    gracie… life is pretty short, it’s tough, it’s sad, but life goes on that is if the flu dun kill us all 🙂 or perhaps let it kill someone kekeke

  • silent_one says:

    Relax, Grace. Sometimes it’s ok to swear in order to maintain our sanity, heh.

    Btw it’s been sometime already since I last dropped by…take care, my friend.

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