Friday, August 24, 2007

Why Indeed

Why does one part ask an opinion on something, and then when part two gives there opinion, after heming and hawing, saying I don't care what decision is made, why exactly does part two end up being the bad guy when there opinion did not concur to the decision being made, part two is the one that ends up feeling like the bad guy or girl or duck?

13 comments:

Tilly Greene said...

Uh-oh, bad moment for the Ducks...hugs for each of the feathered ones, now kiss and agree to disagree :-)

Yoshi said...

Isn't that how it always is?

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

huh? is it my meds or is this confusing???

smiles, bee

Desert Songbird said...

Uh...what?

tiggerprr said...

Part one, sounds like a female...and part two can't ever win. It's in the manual they gave us during "The Talk" in Jr. high.

Sparky Duck said...

*ding ding ding* Tilly and Tiggerprr hit the nail on the head. In the end, men can't win. Though all is better with teh world now.

It may not have made sense because the combo of annoyance and typing is a bad one.

Wylie Kinson said...

Ah... a marriage thing. I totally get it.

Lisa Andel said...

Dang, I miss all this good stuff when I work nights.

Just remember Sparky "makeup sex". :D

Rhian / Crowwoman said...

whew - the comments saved me from withering from confusion. now i get it. chin up Mr. Duck - this too will pass.

Dragon said...

Just say you're sorry. Trust me, don't be a hero. :)

Sparky Duck said...

For some reason I hear martyr alot more then hero ;D

Desert Songbird said...

Yo, Sparky - you know I love ya, but part of my confusion stems from "there" versus "their."

There = placement or position
Their = ownership

I know, I know, I'm a pain in the ass, but when I see "there" my mind goes "there" and can't think of "their" problems.

Know what I mean?

Starrlight said...

Thank you for making me feel better for being unattached =)

Seriously!