Gee...that doesn't sound like Cormac. I don't think he would have included both "boring" and "hysterical" facilitating the use of his detested comma....but for what it is worth I always found your diatribes quite grounded in rationality.
Hey, you got yourself a hater! Way to go, girlfriend.
I think Shad the punctuation in this comment was a dead giveaway it isn't actually Cormac McCarthy. Aw, and thanks for saying you didn't think my diatribes were boring or hysterical. Isn't "hysterical" a sexist old fashioned comment though? It must be someone who is really out of it socially.Yeah, it's only the second nasty comment I've had on my blog so I'm kind of flattered. What kind of a loser would have to resort to slamming me to make themselves feel tough and smart? Poor insecure soul.
Love "Cormac's" spelling of sincerely. The man's a genius, I tell ya!
This did make me laugh. And of course I immediately posted several hysterical boring diatribes over at the McCarthy forum. Why quit a good thing ha ha.There is a certain type of man who is so jealous of a fabulous woman like me...(it had to be a man using the word "hysterical" no? (A woman would have called me a bitch)
you - suffering from hysteria? Is this guy an old fart raised in the Freudian era? Thinking there will always be a number of neanderthals out there.
I was once reading a book called the Hysterical Male (a compilation of cultural essays) and I remember the number of my male friends who were incredibly offended and disturbed by the title. So yes, it's generally an insult coming from a guy.Can I call you a hysterical bitch if I mean it in a nice way?
I worry about those hysterical, boring diatribes, since there are folks over at that forum who think mister anchovy is candy minx.
Hysterical, yet boring..that's hard to pull off. Congratulations.
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