There are tons of people in this world I truly feel sorry for — and not just the usual suspects, either. I feel sorry for those folks who never get to ride the sympathy train — people, who, for one reason or another, have been neglected by the caring/sharing 21st century. For example, nobody ever feels sorry for Vladimir Putin, but can you imagine how disheartening it must be to wake up every morning and realize you’re still Vladimir Putin? See what I mean? Anyway, here are just a few folks I feel sorry for – and why!
I feel sorry for atheists because…
They have nothing to say when somebody sneezes.
They have nothing to scream when they’re having great sex.
And they have no one to appeal to when they’re scared shitless.
I feel sorry for rich people because…
When you can buy whatever you want, whenever you want, Christmas and birthdays must be a total disappointment.
They never get super-psyched when they find money under the cushions of the sofa or in a pair of old jeans they were going to give to charity.
They never get to sit around and imagine how cool it would be to win the lottery.
I feel sorry for joggers because…
They have to go outside in the cold, the wind, the rain and all kinds of crappy weather — when sensible people have just said, “To hell with it” and curled up with a good book.
They must spend hours and hours trying to figure out how to work jogging into every conceivable conversation.
They’re the ones who always find the dead bodies.
I feel sorry for Californians because…
When people want to sound brainless, they always fake that “whatever” Valley Girl accent.
Half their state is asphalt and the other half is on fire — so how much fun can that be?
One of these days, a massive earthquake is going to come along and kill them all.
I feel sorry for sensitive men because…
Even though all the girls tell the world that you’re exactly the kinda guy they’re looking for, chances are good that the minute some bad boy comes along, you’re going to get dumped into the “friend zone.”
Every time your girlfriend says “What are you thinking?” you’ve got to scramble to come up with something — even though the only thing playing in your head is Vader’s Theme from Star Wars!
You have to spend your entire life pretending that you forgot you have testosterone.
I feel sorry for the British Royal Family because…
They always have be in a good mood and never get to just lose it and start swearing at strangers who annoy them.
They can never excuse themselves to go to the toilet. They have to hold it – sometimes for hours.
Every moron in the world can criticize them, call them names and say they’re useless — and they can’t do anything about it.
I feel sorry for millennials because…
They have to use words like “re-gifting” and “tasking” and “self-care” — which make them all sound like complete idiots.
It must be very discouraging to spend every day rediscovering that you’re not the centre of the universe.
All the other generations think they’re assholes.
I feel sorry for smart people because…
They have to work twice as hard as everybody else to find an interesting movie on Netflix.
They actually understand how totally screwed the world really is.
They have to start a blog to find other smart people to talk to.
9 thoughts on “People I Feel Sorry For!”
I feel sorry for people who have nothing to bitch about. What do they do all day? What do they talk about with relatives and work colleagues? Everyone hates them because they are nauseatingly cheerful all the time.
You could always say “bmore” instead of “bless you.” That’s what my wife and I say, …and our 4-year-old granddaughter says it as well. And no, we are not atheists.
I can comment on each of your points, but you’d find another reason to be sorry, and we can’t have that.
I’m sorry enough as it is! cheers
Even though my wife insists that she’s an atheist, She always says, “GOD bless you (not merely ‘bless you’), when I sneeze. It always raises two questions in my mind. (1) Why does she feel that I need it, and. (2) How is she capable/authorized to do it? 😯
Wives have a way of doing things whether you need them or not. cheers
I knew the was a logical reason I started a blog. Thank you for clearing that up!
There’s not many of us good people left. cheers