Yep that's me! :D
hmmmmmmmmmm LOL Some days we all are like that!!!!
I know several positively negative folks. I talked to one today who looked and sounded like she'd been sucking a lemon all morning. After a few hours with real friends, I find my blog friends very comforting!
Pain the fundament, aren't they?? ;)
I know somebody like that!
It becomes a dreadful habit I'm afraid. Are you old enough to remember the song we sang in wartime? You have to accentuate the positive,Eliminate the negative.Latch on to the affirmative ,Don't mess with Mr In-between. To illustrate my last remark,Jonah and the whale - Noah and the Ark.What did they do just when everything looked so dark?Man they said you gotta...It sounds better sung - maybe on you tube.
I can't stand "Captain Bringdowns" - what I call negative people!
Uh-oh, I think that must be me too!
Yup......my mother was like that....i have that trait sometimes but am working to get over myself.
I am sarcastic and sometimes snarky but I hope not negativeI love to make people laugh, as well as shock people at timesOK - I'm a pain in the butt
I tend to be the negative and my husband is the postive. We make a good team and god bless him for his postive outlook because he helps me thru all lifes bumps and craters :)
LOL,...I saw that in The New Yorker..right?It is interesting about the cartoons in The New Yorker.--to me, I either don't understand most of them OR, I don't find them really funny. And I use to so look forward to those cartoons. Is it me? I mean, it certainly could be....But I remember thinking that this one that you shared IS Funny!
I try to be positive, but some days it's harder than others.
Hahaha...been dealing with that person at work for 7+ years now.
The deep purple of the campanula looks so velvety. It's a lovely color that surely brightened the day of your neighbor. The green pot is a perfect color to show it off.
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