We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You crack us up! Each week we’re going to shout out to our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the internet. And you can get in on the action too. Tell us your favorite comments of the week below.danny braciole in Heels Don’t Always Equal Stylish
“These might be the only heels that I’ll actually request be taken off before sex.”
“I feel like I’ve always lived by these two lines of Sheryl Crow’s Soak Up the Sun:
It’s not having what you want
It’s wanting what you’ve got
Somehow, jealousy and envy were just never things I struggled with, and I certainly wasn’t born into prosperity. I guess I always just figured it was happier to be happy with what you have. Think of all the downsides to whatever it is you want, how you have it easier, and everything’s great. I’m jealous of taller friends, but I think of how much comfier I am in long car/plane rides and how I have more shoe options, and all’s good.”
“Studies have also shown that people with pets tend lower rates of high blood pressure and lower rates of depression. So while you’re slightly nuts, you are happier and calmer.”
“Oh man, so a third of women felt that an animal who isn’t capable of putting a sentence together and spends the better part of the day licking its own ass, were better “listeners” than their husband? I mean, don’t get me wrong, I love my dog to death. But she sets the bar pretty low to begin with when it comes to listening.
But I think the idea of talking about your problems with your pets is not all that strange. More times than none, you just need to talk and get stuff of your chest. You’re not looking for any real feedback or guidance – you just need to vent. I’m rearranging my condo and ask my dog what she thinks when I put furniture in different places. Doesn’t mean I’m going to listen to her; I mean why should I, she wanted to TV all the way across the room and I didn’t want to buy an extra long cable. Plus, the sunlight was glaring off it.”
“eh, i’m reluctant to believe him as well but then again he did include several qualifiers.
1). when the door clicks shut. how much time in the day do prison inmates (outside of solitary confinement) actually spend locked in their cells?
2). aside from a rogue correctional officer. good luck with that.
3). the right cellie. the best of luck with that.”
“you’re kidding with quoting wiki as a credible source right….”
“YUM! Pass the biscuits momma I need to sop this up!”
“That’ll make sure no one drinks it again. Try explaining to your 15 year old why if they don’t drink their milk, they have to drink some jism….”
“I fired a runner at my law office once, after she refused to, of all things. show up for work every day, deliver packages, turn in her time… Just the things I hired her to do. Huge scene. Shock, crying. ect.
Next day I walk by the runner station and had gone several offices down before I realized – Runner is sitting there. Smiling, clip board in hand, waiting for an assignment. Apparently the office Presecutor – Paralegal had called her at home and assured her there must be some mistake. Runner came back to work. I had to fire her again. Repeat of snotty crying.
Long talk with Paralegal, with implied references of her supporting the runner now. (It took a great deal of restraint not to make it a ‘fire-sale’ day.)”
“How many times have you wanted to respond to a passive-aggressive email with one simple sentence: ‘You need therapy.’
I am a therapist, who works in a counseling center with several other therapists. We can therapize each other all day long and are still, for the most part, all bat-sh*t crazy.”
“Ahhhhgh! I had to stop after 44 seconds. I don’t know what’s worse the generic , low-tech disco background, her nasally nails-on-a-chalkboard twang, or her nauseating air of pretension. Yeah lady, you may have married up but practice what you preach.”
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