Monday, April 23, 2012

T - Tired of Two Faced-ness

Yes we just made that word up!  We all have at least one of these despicable intolerable persons in our lives.  A family member, acquaintance (wouldn't want to call these people friends) co worker, colleague.  Being in there presence just erks you right?

They are untrustworthy, sneaky, conniving, manipulative, believing them selves self righteous, ignorant somethings. 

But to be in their presence and engage them in what ever way, does that make us also two faced? Or are we simply just being the better persons as our mothers say?  Beating them at their own game by not letting them see that we have their number and that they are not phasing us in the least when really, we are screaming inside and cant wait to discuss the encounter with those dearest to us.  Does that make us any better then the two faced people which we speak or make us also two faced?  Now that's something to think about!

We have encounters with these people EVERYDAY!!! Sometimes we find ourselves walking upon these individuals and looking at each other like 'Oh yikes we can't avoid this'! We already know since these people are untrustworthy that somehow our encounter will be twisted.  You have to watch specifically what you say cause the words will be twisted. 

AHHHH really hate these people.  They are so phony! They talk about you, treat you as if you were a bastard and then when they see you its like they forget their actions and all of a sudden your their best friend! 

If you think we may be writing this with a specific persons or person in mind... YOUR RIGHT!

1 comment:

  1. Good "T" topic - one that seems to impact many of us. My strategy is to be as direct as possible when dealing with someone that is two-faced. I really have no patience for games...I guess as I've gotten older I really can't be bothered. I know who my "real" friends are and those that aren't are dealt with accordingly.

    Good luck with "your specific person" - I hope they clue in!

    Jenny @ Pearson Report
    Co-Host of the Blogging from A to Z Challenge.