uncreative_blob wrote: ↑
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Hopethatsoklovelies wrote: ↑
Sun May 05, 2019 12:46 pm
So Lidl has ITF’s book in her office. Seeing all her unfashionable combos we can really be sure she doesn’t read at all..
Btw. congrats Labia for being in the office on Sunday, you are a brave girl boss & should get a medal really
does she want a fucking medal for being in an office-room in her own house on a sunday? well done *claps hand once*
My friend has now worked for 14 consecutive days in a row.. she doesn't moan/Shows it all over her SM.. she does it and moves on without wanting praise.
My god.. this woman winds me up.
Princess Bobblehead must be praised for the things us peasants do daily. Rolling out of bed is her working. Putting on a load of washing is her working. Going for a jog is her working. Buying groceries is her working. Checking her email and P.O. Box is her working.
We can’t expect much from someone who is so out of touch she thinks walking around her house with a camera is actual work. Meanwhile real folk are heading out to work whilst it’s still dark outside in rain, hail or shine!
I’m not sure if she’s ever done an honest days work so perhaps we should cut her some slack... must be hard
what a sad life she leads.. I mean there are days when I don't exactly feel grateful for my job - haven gotten up at 5am and being a tired old mess.. BUT: there is a beauty in being able to say that you actually worked for everything you own, even or especially if it was hard. My husband and I never got anything for free and are planning to build our dream house.. all that without companies installing our flooring or the staircase for free!
Agreed. There is something very rewarding about achieving your goals even when you have to suffer for them.
My parents raised me to understand that you appreciate something so much more having earned it. There’s a value to working for something. I literally stop and think it took that many hours to earn that money, is this really worth spending it on? It gives you perspective. More importantly, it makes you respect what you have.
Lydia has no respect for anything because she hasn’t earned any of it. Her expensive bags laying on the floor, throwing an £1800 blouse in the washing machine, constant changing of furniture or big household remodels. There is no value in any of these things for her. Everything is throwaway.
It is indeed a sad existence. I think that’s why she so often pats herself on the back and talks about how hard she works. Most of us just do what we have to and get on with it. She announces it like she’s done us some favour. At the end of the day she is nothing but a grifter. No matter how many nice things she surrounds herself with I have no respect for her, there’s no dignity or value in what she produces.
Apologies for the rant