Monday, July 15, 2013
Keeping It Real Without Being A Cruel Maui Cabana Boy
I really have only rarely slightly disliked anyone who I thought was jealous of me.
It never occurred to me that those legions of people who are jealous of me feel that way because they think I am better than them.
This was all new enlightening information for me.
Speaking of making people jealous.
Miss Sampson and her BFF, Delilah, are flying to Maui in November for an extended stay. Sampson and Delilah think it would be a good idea to take me along to be their Cabana Boy.
I am seriously considering this Maui Cabana Boy proposal. I am awaiting further details as to what it, exactly, is that a Cabana Boy does. Is cleaning fish, cooking and window washing involved?
In the last 24 hours I came upon another good quote, but I don't remember where it is I saw it....
'All cruel people describe themselves as paragons of frankness.'
I read the above quote just about the same time I was pondering the ironic fact that the most cruel person I have ever known often complains of others being the most cruel person she has ever known.
This particular cruel person also advertises her false pride in what she thinks is her outspoken frankness. This particular person, in outspoken frank mode, is usually being judgmental and tactless and stupid. And, like I already said, cruel.
I have seen this cruel person put a false spin on one of her outspokenly frank episodes that then has people who don't get what a cruel, tactless, stupid person she is, praising her for "keeping it real."
One can keep it real without being cruel. I am a paragon of that particular virtue.....