Thursday, December 16, 2004

Some people disgust me on a basic level. I hope that doesn't make me a bad person.

Sometimes it takes just as long to see the good in someone as it takes to see the bad.
- Andrew Evans, Advice from Behind the Hairdresser's Chair, 2004

Some people, on the other hand, are fantastic in every way apparent--like Andy. I need to go get my hair cut more often. Ah, it is short, and more reddish. What glorious relief!


Greg said...

I find people disdainful, not disgusting. "Disgusting" just ends up objectifying people, which is usually the original cause for disdain. Both terms are still arrogant and elitist (and you why wonder people think of you that way), but one is more human than the other.

Diana said...

I am not arrogant! I may be a tad elitist at times. But I try not to be! It's not even really justified. But I am NOT arrogant. :P

If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. :P

Greg said...

^^^ Yes, but I packaged my not-very-nice-thing-to-say nicely, eh? I softened the blow through self-deprecation and threw my lot in with you. And I would never insult myself, thats what friends are for. :)

Diana said...

You did not package it nicely. :P You're an absolute wretch sometimes, you know. Good thing it's not all that frequent, or I'd be forced to be upset with you. :P