Things You’ll Never Hear Me Say

I kind of talk a lot. I admit it. I have opinions. If you’re around me, you just might hear them. I have things I am passionate about. You’d probably hear about those, too. But there are some things you’ll never hear me say, words I’ll never use even to make a point.

  1. Never and always. I’m always careful never to use those words; they get you in trouble.
  2. Tonight I’m cooking a new recipe with 15 ingredients. (There are easily three things wrong with this statement.)
  3. I’d rather not go out to dinner.
  4. I’ll skip my coffee this morning.
  5. There’s no room for my grandchildren to come stay.
  6. I’m canceling my Costco membership.
  7. The word “at” at the end of a question. (Where are you at?) I practically break out in a sweat when I hear this.
  8. We’re getting a pet. (This is outlawed according to Bob’s and my No More Pet Pact of 2011.)
  9. I can’t wait to go camping.
  10. These political ads have totally influenced my voting decision.

How about you? Is there anything you would never say?

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3 Comments

  1. Kim Sutter

     /  August 30, 2018

    1. What? A steaming cup of delicious morning-wake-you-up-creamy-vanilla-laced coffee? No thank you.
    2. I never snort when I laugh. That’s ridiculous!
    3. Think I pass on dinner and a movie.
    4. I’ll probably never sew another quilt.
    5. I don’t miss my Florida friends or my old job at all.
    6. Gosh, I hope Bonnie doesn’t call me today.

    Reply
  2. Linda Pittman

     /  September 4, 2018

    1. I am never sarcastic!
    2. I’ll pass on the free pizza so I can go to exercise class.
    3. There is too much money in my bank account.
    4. If you want to use “your welcome” instead of “you’re welcome” that’s fine.
    5. I am way too busy to spend time with my grandson.

    Reply

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