Oh, boy... Cheers, Ryan! Can you say JEALOUSY?
I'm just a worm, meself.
I think that I most certainly could say 'jealousy', although I am happy to stick with "class A prick"
Its a shame though, because I have just gone to my Facebook and deleted most of the hubbers that I stated (just to remain consistent with my new policy of not accepting any). I had several friend requests from hubbers too; which I wanted to accept but have now rejected.
Ultimately, I am going to keep it entirely seperate and may set up a second account for hubpages friends. I will just say though, that if <snipped real name> is a friend on your private FB account then I suggest deleting immediately.
And they wonder why people use avatars on this site!
Whats a worm? By the way, is that your real pic?
Jeez, do these people follow you around the internet??? Sounds like you are being continually harassed - although I have to say as an outsider and even though its none of my business - you sure know how to stick up for yourself!!!
I tried a spell to give you that six pack body you asked for but it didn't work...I think the frogs weren't organic...sorry
I've never mixed FB and HP and will not. I reserve my FB friends for people I know in real life. I think you are smart to resort to your original plan, frankly.
I am sorry you are dealing with this nonsense, Ryan. If you can, just stay away from it.
I was referred to as the "simpering worm from the Pacific Northwest"... And a few other things I shall not go into. It's just funny to me now, actually.
Anyway, know you have a LOT of support here from others who respect you and your hard work/success. And, believe you me, there are droves of people who've been the target of this, well, not so tightly wrapped person. I've gotten nasty emails, comments on my hubs, hubs written about me, you name it. Hang in there and consider the source, my friend!!
loves ya x
PS- Heck no it's not my real pic!
I've gone through similar things with people. It never pays to give such crap much energy. Cut them off and walk away quietly. Get on with the better, happier things in life. I never pretend to try to please too many people these days. I am who I am, warts and all, and I'm fine being me.
And you are exactly who you need to be and, I personally think it's brilliance.
best thing to do is avoid the nonsense. that's why they say what they say, just refuse to go there.
I like Harry Potter.
At the risk of being crass, I think cyber bullying a SOB who started insulting you in the first place can (theoretically) be a fun way to spend an evening!
I like Harry Potter, too. I might just take THAT part as a compliment!
Your OP was all of ~11 minutes old before it was indexed by Google.
I don't know who that "Meg" is but I just want you to know it ain't me! Consider me out of the fray - -never get into behind-the-back and there just isn't anyone online that makes me want to. that's probably not a real "Meg"! Anyway,I just say what I like directly to a person and its usually not very awful - recently tho someone criticized my poetry on the poetry thread and I was in a bad mood so I told them off. Then they claimed they were not intending to put me down. nevermind. Things could escalate pretty rapidly as I've learned, so I keep my cybermouth shut and slink away when I get that rising gorge feeling.
oh, and if you want, I could put a spell on them - something that would effectively tie up their tongues might be just the ticket! maybe a really bad sore throat and laryngitis for 3 months would make them think twice!
I am universally loved and admired..
but if I were to be ever the target of negativity, I believe would take the low road and insult the person's mother and imply that her sexual history was extensive and involved livestock
You should. You're a Dad now.
Glad to see you're back!
thanks.. just Hubbing while doing my kegel exercises
Totally off subject, but while I have you here... I've been wondering how your twin granddaughters are doing? Especially the one who was struggling.
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I think it is. What about you guys and girls? lol
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Can you recommend a good book series - not Twighlight or Harry Potter - something new?
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I know I am!!!!
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