I work with this man…on the left. Troubling.
Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil.
#hipsterDebauchery Springfield, IL
My hipster friend, Seth, and WEIRD AL, who was apparently in Springfield tonight…
She “liked” every comment except the most rational one. This cracks me up and sums up her and the present state of what used to be. Yee-haw!!!
Τι πράγματα…: This post will likely make Sylvia weep
I don’t “care for” my brother. We all know this. We get along better these days, but I wouldn’t consider us “friends” by any means.
However, when a friend of his ex-girlfriend posts some ridiculous bullshit about him being a snob or calling them dirty, etc., I felt this swelling rage inside of me. It took 100 percent of my control to not start some sort of Facebook fight with this girl. SO, I guess my mamma, as usual, was right—sometimes, it’s just instinct to look out for your fam.
Also (because I can’t keep it in)—he broke up with your friend, not you. And, for the record, being educated does not make you snob. Looking down on someone for going to school is just as bad as looking down on someone for not going to school. Different strokes for different folks, y’all.
Did she think I wasn’t going to see this? Did she think she isn’t following the girl on Tumblr that wrote this? Did she thing that SHE wasn’t going to see this? It doesn’t even matter. But she obviously doesn’t get what the argument was even about. Going to college isn’t what this is about. If someone has the desire and obedience to get a degree, congrats to them! That is fantatic and I’m proud of them. It’s just not for me. I didn’t call my ex a snob because of his degree. That had nothing to do with it. He is a snob because he looks down on blue collar people and says that my friends are immature for not being obsessed over money and not feeling the need to get degrees. People who spend $50 bucks on a J. Crew henley when one of the same quality could be purchased for $10 at Old Navy (because Old Navy is for low class scum) are snobs. Disagree? Well, that’s your prerogative.
How dare you muddy the J.Crew name by comparing it to Old Navy! While J.Crew is expensive, you cannot deny their superior quality and sense of style.
Also, I guess not wanting to be blue collar and/or live in blue collar areas = I look down on such people. I respect such people and realize they are the foundation of our country. However, that type of life is not for me nor do I want that type of life for my family-present and future included.
And for the record, I CANNOT STAND people who use the phrase “real america.”
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