Monday, February 2, 2009

Dear Family and Friend Who Lives With Us . . .

It has *long* been established that I am not a morning person.  That when I wake up, I like to sit at my computer for an uninterrupted 20 minutes or more.  That I want quiet time all to myself to read blogs, check my e-mail and get used to the idea of being awake when I’d so much rather having nothing to do with anyone until much, much later. 

 

This is part of my day that I need all to myself before I go spend 8 hours being nice to people and explaining the same things over and over and over again . . .

 

Why, dear Family and Friend Who Lives With Us, to you insist on using my computer when you know I’m awake and want to use it myself?  And why, in the name of all that is good and right, do you *insist* upon talking to me?????

 

Dear Family and Friend Who Lives With Us—LEAVE ME THE FUCK ALONE IN THE MORNING!!!!!!!

 

And have a nice day : )

 

--Love, Anon

5 comments:

Marinka said...

The only way to solve this problem is to get a wireless mouse and take it to bed with you. I hate it when people talk to me too.

countrymouse said...

I don't see how masturbating is going to help, but I'm willing to give it a try. Thanks for the advice!

SSauer said...

I'm with you! I don't consider myself not a morning person...just a person who needs to be fully awake before interacting with others. I don't get upset when you're trying to go to sleep and I want to chat, then accuse you of not being a night time person. I respect your wish for sleep and leave you alone. What a novel idea.

Comedy Goddess said...

Scream. Then see what they do.

brie said...

waking up is my least favorite part of the day. i can 100% empathize with you. when we first moved in together, my boyfriend would wake up every morning like he had just won the effing lottery. he learned really quickly that he shouldn't "gootch-gootch-goo me" as soon as he wakes up (especially since i wouldn't have to wake up for another 2 hours!!!).