An Observation About Flipouts


I may have just flipped out at a work meeting over a hyphen. Grammatically, it should be there, some visual folks didn’t want it there because the ad “looks better without it”. (Needless to say, I think, that as it should be there, I was of the opinion that it must be there. Why are we even discussing this?) I have now been ostracised from plenty of action because, as someone wrote to my superior, they “do not want to burden” me, as I seem “very stressed out”.

I have no regrets.

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A Quote About Getting Over



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An Observation About Understimulation


Being understimulated is as bad as being overstimulated. Uninteresting small talk with shallow people; repetitive tasks that require no imagination day in and day out; endless, unchallenging drudgery of any kind – all as likely to make me implode as stress and overstimulation.

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A Quote About Uprooting



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An Observation About Find & Seek


I would rather wander around the store for 30 minutes in search of a particular item than be a normal person and just ask a salesperson where I can find it.

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A Quote About Toughness



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Will I Ever Have Yogurt Again?


My favourite supermarket changed their layout. I am reeling.

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A Quote About Standards



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An Observation About Mea Culpa


We had a bit of a problem at work the other day when I was under the impression we had agreed on A with the boss, whereas my colleague was under the impression we had agreed on B. General confusion followed, inconveniencing some customers, but the situation was fairly quickly resolved and the day continued as normal.

I was quietly hoping I had been the one to misunderstand our discussion with the boss, because it would be far easier to live with, somehow. It turned out I had been right, and I actually felt a little embarrassed.

Apparently I can’t wait to have an opportunity to apologise for something.

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A Quote About Being There



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