Monthly Archives: April 2014

Bite me, Anna

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I know we all love Frozen and blah, blah, blah. But let’s talk for a minute about the Frozen game called Frozen Free Fall. Have you played it? Well, basically it’s a jewel-match game (like Bejeweled, or her evil bitch sister Candy Crush), except it’s Frozen-themed. On each level, you have a Frozen character as your “companion,” which simply mean that they are at the top of the bored cheering you on. Sometimes you can choose you own and sometimes there is just one. And this stupid game is making me hate Anna. How could anyone possibly hate dear, sweet Anna you ask? I’ll show you:

On this particular level, you have a choice of selection Kristoff or Anna as your companion. It’s a hard level. You will lose repeatedly. But when Kristoff is your companion, here is his reactions to the loss:

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He’s shrugging, as if to say “Oh well, you win some & you lose some. Better luck next time.

 

But Anna? Could she at least be supportive? NO, this is her reaction:

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You can’t tell from the photo, but she actually shakes her head as if to say, “You are a huge disappointment.”

It turns out Anna is a bitch.

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Taking a page out of her vaguebook

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Dear Passive Aggressive Facebook Friend,

I’m going to give you some advice and I hope you take it. You see that status you posted on facebook today? And that one from a few days ago? And a few days before that? And pretty much several times a week since you joined facebook? You know the ones – where you rant about people, or “call them out,” or basically insult them and finish it up with the occasional “just sayin?” yeah those. Here’s my advice:

Stop it.

I mean it – just stop. For several years now, I have watched you call people hurtful names. I’ve seen you jump to conclusions about things that you don’t know the first thing about. I’ve seen you post information about people that is none of your damned business. I’ve seen you expose people’s secrets. I’ve seen you judge and judge and judge. And you see – I know you. Your other friends know you. And what we know is that you are in no position to judge anyone. No one is really in a position to judge anyone, but you? You are REALLY not. The things that you are putting out there? You’re guilty of almost every single one. So you might want to think twice before you open your big mouth.

You try to portray yourself as an advocate for people who are bullied or mistreated, yet you bully and mistreat people every day –and you’d it publicly on a social network. You skew it in a way that makes you look like the hero, but everyone knows there is always two (or more) sides to every story, and many of us know yours. You’re no hero.

And don’t forget – heroes aren’t cowards. But posting the kind of things that you do on your vague way is cowardly. If you have a problem with someone – tell them. No – not publicly on facebook, but in private. If you perceive that someone is doing something wrong or hurting you – let them know. Give them a chance to explain, instead of putting it on facebook, where lots of people can read between the lines and know exactly who and what you are talking about. I imagine the people who are talking about often figure it out themselves, and then are put in the uncomfortable position of either letting you badmouth them (albeit “anonymously”) in front of their peers, or responding to your crazy rants (which, as we have witnessed, never ends well).

I suppose you do it this way to protect yourself – so if someone DOES respond to your insults you can claim innocence – “Oh, I wasn’t talking about YOU.” This is exactly why doing what you are doing is cowardly. I guess in a way writing this is the same thing. But I’m taking a page out of YOUR (vague)book. You’ve made it fair game. There’s an old adage that says, “If you wouldn’t say I to their face, then don’t say it behind their back.” I think this applies to the kind of vaguebook posts that you are so fond of.

So stop. Before you post another one, stop. Think about a few things: 1. Is it really that big of a deal that you need to rant on about it? 2. Is it really your business? 3. Have you checked your own closet for skeletons? Will posting it make you a hypocrite? And finally, 4. You might want to learn the difference between “you’re” and “your” before you start throwing out insults.