I don’t remember what I was talking about, probably something Earth Changing.
But she responded with, "something, something, something, girl nonsense, something, blah, blah, blah", and then it happened.
She dropped the “Bogus” Bomb.
I was like, “Hahaha, you said 'Bogus', which would be totally appropriate if this was still 1989 to 1993.”
She didn’t appreciate my comments, as most people don’t.
She went on and on and on to inform me that “blah blah blah (I lost consciousness at this point but eventually came to and still didn’t care what she was saying because my comment was funny.)”
Basically, her feelings got hurt. Which commonly happens when I am around people.
Just ask my kids? Bunch of tender hearted cry babies that they are.
Scratch that… "Those witnesses are bias, Your Honor!….AND the little one is a milk addict and therefore unfit to testify!”
Anyway, my former classmate (who I might add, hasn’t talked to me since---go figure) was trying to tell me that she works in a school and “bogus” has made a comeback.
Seems the kids in this generation are as big of thieves as the kids in my generation were.
First, they steal our styles (I thought I saw parachute pants at the mall the other day! Seriously?), and now they are stealing our words?
After yesterdays post, I remembered this Facebook thing. AND it got me thinking of three things:
1. I hope they bring back the mullet and tight-rolled jeans/shorts (SWEETNESS!)
2. I wonder what other words they are stealing from us.
3. And, I wonder what ones they are missing out on.
This post deals with number 3.
I hear kids, especially my 11 yr old & his friends, saying, “No offense, BUT…”, which they follow with the bluntest crap you should never say to someone.
You do like my generation did, and follow the bluntness/cruelness/offensiveness/meannest words or actions with….
Yes, “Psych!” made it like it never happened.
It was the best!
It would totally work with my 6 yr old & his friends too, who also say mean crap but follow it with, “It’s opposites day!”
It takes WAY LESS effort and fewer words to say “PSYCH!”, than either of those.
Just think what they could save on texting alone.
Work SMARTER, not HARDER!
Not only are these kids nowadays thieves, but they are dumb thieves.
My generation may have been thieves and lazy, but at least we had the “working smarter” thing down.
P.S. I Still Love You Bogus Andrea...................PSYCH!....hahahahahahaha