Daily Prompt: My Precious

Who is the person in your life who can do no wrong? Describe this person and tell us why you hold them in such high esteem.

I actually find this a challenging question, given my predisposition to generally hate everybody because they’re all retarded… I don’t actually have anybody in my life who really could get away with murder.

I find that I have no tolerance for people’s bullshit, regardless of whether I know them or not. If anything, I think the only legitimate response I could give would be:

Yep. Babies.

They’re innocent, and they’re adorable. Granted, when they cry, they really know how to scream the place down, and let’s be honest, sometimes they REALLY creep me out when they stare at me. They stare right into my eyes, and it feels like they’re staring into my soul… my blackened, charred, ice-cold soul.

Some people believe that they’re able to see the inner child within me. Who knows, that might be right. Some people believe that we’ve met in another life and we’re two old souls reconnecting… again, anything is possible, but it doesn’t stop the fact that when they stare at me it freaks me out far too much.

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6 thoughts on “Daily Prompt: My Precious

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  2. Hello! I enjoyed reading this and I believe that it revealed your personal character. However, I do not agree on the you used the word “retarded” I feel that people nowadays use this word loosely and devalue the meaning of it. Please I would ask you to refrain from using this word. It is offensive and condescending toward people who are actually metal challenged or disable.

    • Hi there complete stranger who feels compelled to preach their views of political correctness amongst my blog of offensive inappropriateness,

      Firstly, welcome. Glad you could join me.

      Now if you don’t mind, can we just address the irony of somebody called ‘unapologetic’ preaching at me to be more p.c., yet feels the need to quote somebody like Tupac Shakur (!!) on their blog.

      Perhaps you might like a little refresher on the supposed lyrical genius of the dear departed Mr Shakur in a gem of a ditty entitled ‘Ghost’:

      “My mama smoked so god damn much when she was pregnant, I’m surprised I ain’t retarded…”
      http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/2pac/ghost.html

      Or perhaps you’ll be following this through with his estate / record label and ask them if they would mind bleeping that word out of any future publications of this song??

      Let us also remind ourselves that Mr. Shakur is also the same person who regularly refers to fellow African-Americans as ‘nig**s’, which is still taboo and considered to be one of the most offensive words you could ever say. Or is it only acceptable if you’re African-American??

      Or maybe you think it’s okay to say because 2Pac said it?

      Or maybe you just like to troll blogs and do searches for tags like ‘retarded’ and see what comes up, so you can say the same thing to them as well – to bring awareness to your crusade?

      Secondly, just like yourself, I also am ‘unapologetic’ about what I write on my blog, and I thought that I made myself quite clear when I said that if people are offended by what they have to say, then clearly, my blog is not the sort of blog they should be reading.

      Yes, I agree that everybody is entitled to their opinions, but I don’t apologise for having an opinion, nor do I apologise for the content that I publish. If you feel otherwise, then yes, you’re entitled to do so, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you need to share this with me.

      It’s probably at this point I should strongly suggest that you discontinue from reading any other posts on my blog – if you get upset over using the ‘R’ word, then there are some other posts in here that will no doubt make you blush and grab your pearls.

      Run away. Run as fast as you can!!

      If by chance you are in actual fact mentally challenged, which I think is still the politically correct term, then I’m sorry, on behalf of society that that word has become a stigma and a derogatory slang term for people of that ‘condition’ (is that the right phrase? Or perhaps Disability? Nature?). But I guess at the same time, I have issues with the term ‘faggot’ – but mainly because I don’t look like a bundle of sticks.

      I think that if you are offended and you are disabled, then you need to realise that I’m not talking about you. Or people who are actually mentally challenged. I’m not THAT insensitive. You, perhaps need to stop taking it so personally.

      • W.O.W ! First of all I am so glad you completely understood me so well. I am not offended by your use of the “retarded” I simply stated a common misused of the word. I guess it’s safe to say I misinterpreted the context in which it was used in.

        Secondly I am sorry for infringing on your personal rights and suggesting my opinions. I completely went out of line because the purpose of having a blog is so one can express themselves. Also on the topic of Tupac Shakur, you have also crossed the lines because your jumping into conclusions just like I did. Contrary to belief Tupac was actually a social activist and you don’t understand the struggled he faced as a black male during his life time. Anyways that’s fine I am not asking you to understand.
        again I am sorry for imposing my opinions on you.
        Thank you for your respond & I have learned a lesson out of this brief discussion.

  3. Hello! I enjoyed reading this and I believe that it revealed your personal character. However, I do not agree on the way you used the word “retarded” I feel that people nowadays use this word loosely and devalue the meaning of it. Please I would ask you to refrain from using this word. It is offensive and condescending toward people who are actually metal challenged or disable.

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