Friday, November 21, 2008

Your Key to a Happy Thanksgiving: Ignore the Vile Bleat and Deadly Darts

I found this clipping in an old psychiatry textbook. We can all benefit from the advice of Dr. Hyman Judah Schachtel as our troublesome "friends" and family gather for Thanksgiving.


Please close your ears to the diabolical slander and have a safe, happy Thanksgiving.

6 comments:

tracy said...

I intend to spend the holidays avoiding wicked people who write with a thesaurus too dastardly close at hand.

Maah said...

I don't trust anyone with the name of Hyman or Judah. Teamed, it can only mean double trouble.

Adam "Formerly Known As said...

What if the troublemaker just sort of sits there with a gaze that can only be described as the intersection of catatonia, boredom, and abject misery?

leslie said...

And yet, what to do with me? I am a troublemaker (alas) FULL of gossip that I WILL NOT tell you about.

HA! Take that you self-righteous friends. I have the dirt, and I'm not giving it up. Seems more evil, don't it??

Josh said...

Bleat on baby, Bleat on!

Anonymous said...

I just completed 12-weeks with Negaholics Anonymous and gossiping about gossipers is but one of the many symptoms of this debilitating disease. So is denial. Look in the mirror Dr. Schachtel and take it one day at a time.