I am so fucking sick to death of interacting with emotionally stunted, too fucking lazy to do the work, pathetic, unevolved, self-absorbed manchildren. How are these halfwits not HUMILIATED that their egomaniacal, emotionally clueless idiot words and actions are on blatant and LOUD display for everyone to see?

It’s fucking simple..

1. Don’t be a dick.

2. If you fuck up, apologize. Pretending like nothing happened when you clearly shit the bed is the mark of a fucking moron.

3. Think before you speak. Would you say those words to your mother? Sister? Best friend?

4. Your actions elicit reactions. If you haven’t mastered that by now, leave. Go live in a cave. We’re done dealing with you.

In the past few months I have been ASSAULTED by the dumb-fuckery of multiple, unevolved, pathetic excuses for human beings. And guess what? I don’t give a fuck if you think I’m being too harsh. I don’t give a fuck if you say “Oooohhh.. she’s angry and bitter.” Because guess what? I AM.

I am being harsh. I am angry. And I have every right to feel and express both. I am sick to death of “men” being allowed to speak and walk around and behave like mentally challenged turtles while we all stand around and just have to “stay classy” and “be the bigger person” and “try and understand that they just don’t know any better.”

You know what I say to that?


If you can’t behave like a human being… Stay far the fuck away from me. Because I have zero patience left for you or your family and friends’ pathetic excuses for why you’re such an asshole.

You’ve been warned. I’m publishing emails and texts from all offenders moving forward. If you’re in your 30s or older and still insist on behaving like a DICKHEAD, you’re going on blast.

all the motherfvcking love


UPDATE: For the rational, compassionate, well-written version of what I’m trying to articulate here… check out the New York Times’ piece on Teaching Men to Be Emotionally Honest

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  • meggus says:

    You’ve articulated something here that resonates SO GODDAMNED TRUE with my experience, particularly with my ex-husband. And I am cheering you with pompoms and jumping up and down for expressing it. I’ve been working on forgiveness with that situation which is not easy as I vacillate between being angry and almost excusing in the guise of “that’s how he is, I can’t change it.” Which is true, I can’t change it. But he can, he could, he knew and he chose not to. Forgiveness is hard. But thank you for saying this, because it needs to be said. This shit is not ok. It’s hurtful. It creates walls. Thank you for speaking out because far too many people brush it off, make excuses, pretend it’s nothing.

    • Aubrey Nicole says:

      Thank you for sharing, Meg.. and thanks for the props.. hope to see you at one of our events one day 🙂