Uncensored retorts


I have this collection of uncensored retorts sent in by readers and some I wish I had said myself. This is part 3, you can find part one here and part two here.


Things we would say aloud if we didn’t have to constantly filter:

  • In response to constant whiners – Who the f**k died and left you custodian of the world’s problem?
  • Procrastinators – Stop f***ing around and just get on with it already.
  • To sympathy mongers – do I look like I care? is my face not reflecting my true feelings for your problems yet?
  • To constant loaners – do I look like a bank to you? this ATM is closed, the branch is closed, in fact this bank just went out of business.
  • People who complain about food –
    • “eat up, God knows there’s enough people in the world who aren’t even getting this”.
    • If you don’t like it, why didn’t you just cook yourself?
  • Men who imply PMS’ing as the reason for female irritation
    • Nope, we just have allergic reaction to assholes.
    • That? that’s just a spontaneous reaction to your bullshit.
  • People who say things like “you have changed” in an accusatory tone:
    • I am playing by new rules now.
    • Oh yeah, my level of tolerance for your BS just hit zero.
    • Finally!
  • The minute you hit your 20’s, all your friends relationship goals are to get or stay married. Our relationship goal?
    • to be able to fart in front of my beau and I can’t wait for five years of marriage & a kid to be able to do that.
    • to eat what I want, when I want, wherever I want without worrying about getting the food on the furniture.
    • To walk around the house, naked, with my tummy sticking out without worrying about looking good to another person.
  • When people ask about relationship status –
    • in love with my bed, I can hardly wait to get back to it at the end of every day.
    • in a relationship with myself. I still haven’t figured this one out.
    • why buy the cow when you can have the milk for free?
    • divorced – I finally scored the “get out of jail” card.
    • Why would I want to deliberately dedicate my life to the whims of an over-grown toddler/damsel in distress?
    • I haven’t found a NOT mama’s boy yet.
  • To so-called friends who only turn up to hold pity parties – “oh, are we holding a pity-party here? I didn’t know that. So excuse me while I freely dis-invite myself from it”.

What would you say if you didn’t have to filter out your knee-jerk reactions?


Posted on August 3, 2016, in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I hadn’t thought about it much, Arman. However, you’ve got a couple on here I wouldn’t mind borrowing, like “if you don’t like it, why didn’t you cook it yourself?” Love that one! lol xoxoM

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  2. Very fun & ouch – but true on so many, right?! lol Cheers chica!


  3. From you: “Autumn is when I feed my soul, like a hungry bear fattening up in preparation for winter. But of all the seasons, I think I have a weakness for winter. I prefer to think of it as the time to hibernate, to become something more, like a caterpillar changing into a butterfly🙂 Might be just me, but after the brilliance of autumn, the subdued winter signals period of withdrawal, reflection and transcendence.”

    Oh, that’s beautiful Arman!! I like that. I shall bring that into my being & remember there is purpose in stillness & quiet. Thank you sista! 🙂 ❤

    My blog won't let me respond to comments now! 😦


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