Terrible Advice for Your Weekend…

fridays with veronicaVeronica Noir is my horrible alter ego. She reads Tarot Cards, writes dirty books and can make a mean cappuccino cheesecake! She loves giving shocking, offensive advice via this weekly blog…

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Sometimes shit just doesn’t go your way.

But you always have the choice of rolling with it or digging in your heels and getting really, really pissed.

Personally, I like the second option best. Why does everything have to be positive, anyway?

Everyone’s always quick to say stupid shit like:

“look on the bright side!”

“every cloud has a silver lining!”

Fuck that. I like to revel in my misery.

So this weekend, if you feel grumpy, embrace it! Don’t try to run, don’t try to put a positive spin on it. Really immerse yourself in it. Play it for all its worth!

If you don’t allow yourself the decadent luxury of unchaperoned suffering from time to time, how will you ever know true happiness?


8 thoughts on “Terrible Advice for Your Weekend…”

  1. I tried this one out yesterday, Veronica. Unfortunately, I when I shared my misery with a couple of happy do-gooders, all they wanted to do was CHEER ME THE F*** UP! ONe of them went so far as to say, “Don’t cry! You shouldn’t CRY.” For f***’s sake.

    Now, YOU? You are a whiny gal’s best pal.

    Drippy, snotty, morose hugs to you.

    1. I know what you mean. Sometimes I like to be miserable all on my own because if I talk to people about it they will try to make me feel better, when honestly I don’t want to feel better! LOL.

  2. “unchaperoned suffering”
    I will go to my boudoir and sulk
    Did you know that the word boudoir came from the French verb “bouder” which means to sulk. So its just a little room were the lady of the house could retreat and sulk 🙂

  3. An example for my students that prepositions make a difference:

    Rolling with the shit v. rolling in the shit!

    Thanks Veronica, you have achieved the Renaissance dictum: teach with pleasure or in pleasure? or while pleasuring … Enough prepositions.

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