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You should write a note back explaining the difference between "your" and "you're."
HEE!And the difference between coming home and finding no cleared spots and coming home and finding several cleared spots that just don't happen to the be one YOU shoveled.
They want you to check out their MySpace profile? What?
Yeah, when I saw "MySpace" I wondered why there wasn't a picture of some girl in a tanktop taken by someone standing on a stepladder and a bunch of mad shoutoutz 2 her peepz.
Wow, some people are really insane.
It's an epidemic! Passive-aggressive notes show up monthly in my apartment building. Can't people find a better way to communicate? Perhaps one that, say, won't make them seem so damn stupid?
Yeah Jason, I really can't understand the point of passive-aggressive notes.I can understand being passive-aggressive in general -- I think we all tend to do that when we're asked about something we have trouble talking about, or we want to communicate something to someone but don't want to risk saying it and being shot down, so we communicate through being obnoxious instead.But being passive-aggressive in a freakin note? It's like, you're confident in your standpoint, you've taken the initiative to address it, and you have the time and space to think of a straightforward way to word what it is you're wanting to communicate. Also, you don't have to deal with anyone's immediate response or reactions. So why not just say what you mean?Besides, if you stop and think for a second about how the note is going to be perceived -- I'm going to at least respect a communication that's to the point and confident, even if I don't agree. Even being a flat-out asshole is going to get you a lot more respect from me than being, uh, as Krissy put it, insane.
Some days I think this city is passive-aggressive. What annoying neighbors.
i like "call for more info"!idiot.
Thing is, we DID call...and the individual in question hasn't called us back. Yyyyyeah.
I really don't understand why people are so possessive of the PUBLIC parking spaces they use. Everyone has to clear their car and a spot out at some point. Why does it matter if you return to the same spot or not? It's just being childish as far as I'm concerned.
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