Here Is A Thought On A Friday

Every time something is on TV that makes me uncomfortable (which is so many things y’all) I run out of the room and/or cover my eyes and ears so as ot to have to witness it.

So, I guess my question is, WHY HAVE I NOT BEEN DOING THIS IN REAL LIFE SITUATIONS?? Consider this strategy implemented. If you are ever talking to me and I suddenly run out of the room, or close my eyes and cover my ears, it means you’ve done something to make me uncomfortable and should apologize to me immediately and also buy me some French fries.

20 thoughts on “Here Is A Thought On A Friday

  1. I like this tactic, may start implementing it into my life too. I think when you run off with eyes closed and ears covered you should also be singing lalalalaIdon’tsee/hearyoulalalalala

  2. kamrynwhowanders says:

    Oh my God, you do this too? I am constantly leaving the room because of second hand embarrassment for the characters in various TV shows. Especially when someone’s doing something stupid or I can *feel* the awkward coming. Like, points where a character is ranting about someone and you *know* that the ‘someone’ is going to overhear. Especially when you’re rooting for the ‘someone’ even if they aren’t the main character

      1. kamrynwhowanders says:

        It’s turned into a joke in my family. “Whoops! There she goes again!” I cannot watch comedies because I’m too busy hunkering in the other room with my hands over my ears hiding from the embarrassment

  3. I have a better idea. Close your eyes, stick your fingers in your ears, and go “La la la la la!” If the person is still there when you open your eyes again, they have passed a test and are worthy to be called a friend. Take them out and buy them ice cream. (You will find this a very effective way to change the subject, so it’s a win-win.)

  4. “When you run with the Doctor, it feels like it’ll never end. But however hard you try you can’t run forever. Everybody knows that everybody dies and nobody knows it like the Doctor. But I do think that all the skies of all the worlds might just turn dark if he ever, for one moment, accepts it.”

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