- 8 years ago
Tell her to go f#ck herself.
Tell her to go f#ck herself.
Best advice I ever received was this nugget from my Mother in Law , what people think of me is none of my business. Repeat this to yourself whenever she or anyone starts to get to you.
@Creiddylad: Thanks. I was in a similar situation when I was in my early 20’s. I didn’t know how to stand up for myself back then. It wasn’t until I hit my late 20’s (like 28ish) that I found out I could call a person out and it would shut them up. Lol. I wish I had done it with that brat I used to work with. Instead I took her comments for 2 years and left that job. Now days I’m all about people taking a stand. I like your ideas too though, I think a mix of yours and mine would be the perfect solution for OP. 🙂
You may want to remind her that a couple of princesses have a ring like yours and that you always wanted a ring with a majestic touch.
@bouncybee: I am the type that I would try to avoid her but if she insisted on interacting and bringing negativity to my world then I would just have to tell her how it is! Be civil though, so it does not backfire onto you. She sounds like a c-word, but getting into a petty name-calling argument won’t do any good; I think you are better off just straight up telling her to keep her comments to herself. I think a passive aggressive/sarcastic approach could backfire (it takes a lot for me to say that, as I am the queen of passive agressive sarcasm)
I think you should come up with one very sweet sounding responses to use on her, since you don’t like to be rude anyway. Say something like, ” oh, x, I know how much material things matter to you, but fiancé and I are so in love, we just don’t give it a thought. I hope you find love like ours one day!” Deliver this witha sweet smile and beaming eyes and then walk away.
“Did you really just say that out loud? Wow. Some people’s children…” Then walk away shaking your head.
Here’s the thing, my mom and dad were so broke they only had gold bands and that’s with borrowing from the parents. They are still married after 43 years. They just now got a diamond eternity band. Their kids, myself included, will love and protect them always. Point is, a “STFU and move along” is in order for anyone judging. Bitch boom bye. Who the hell cares. Two strong spirits are priceless. Empty materialistic people can never comprehend strong spirits or real value. Never. Period. End of story.
That said, they and their ‘rude comments’ can just disappear into the meritless abyss of nothingness. And if they don’t understand this message, have them fire up The Neverending Story. That is all.
I feel like at this point you might actually have to snoop down to her level for a sec and just put her in her place so that way when you leave her alone after that, she doesn’t want to talk to you either. It might make you seem like a -itch for a second but I think you might feel good for standing up for yourself and getting to put her in her place.
@bouncybee: What a b*tch!!! I would freak the hell out. She is a nasty nasty person. Next time she comes up to you, look at her likes she is crazy and say “Sorry, I can’t understand you I don’t speak b*tch”.
Okay no, just kidding don’t do that. I’m sure you want your job and to be mature. So start an office rumor??
LOL, I guess that’s no good either.
I guess just ignore her. If she doesn’t talk to you, she can’t say rude comments.
your ring is super beautiful. I am a huge fan of ovals (my ring has an oval stone too)! Wear your ring in good health.
Here’s the thing, you can’t fix stupid, or bitchy. She’s stuck being who she is, and that really sucks for her. Could you imagine going through life with so little tact? try to ignore her as best you can, and take the high road!
There is a whole host of options.
My personal favorite is to tell her to go fuck herself and then put grease under the handle of her car. But I am agressive like that.
I’ll come back when I can think of some that won’t get you fired/arrested. 🙂
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