I am so sick of living around Mormons. Just when I think I am over their weird, quirky BS, one of them will come along and trigger the shit out of me.
So I work with a few Mormons. I am so tired of their lying, passive aggressive behavior. Tired of them thinking everyone has to be on the same page as them or else they are evil. Super tired of the creepy body language, passing them in the hallway, saying hello and they start staring at the walls. WTF? These people are too much.
What a shitty, peculiar people. I understand why none of their neighbors ever got along with them. Every time I deal with them, I feel angry. Sucky, sucky people.
If there are any people investigating the church on here, please don't join them.
I know what you mean, about passing them in the hallway. Why can't they smile? Maybe if they don't acknowledge you, you might disappear, and they won't have to rationalize why you are happier, more successful, and more NORMAL than they are.
Who's "going to Hell"? Who's living the better life right here, right now.
Are you their boss, or above them at work? I wonder if they know, deep down, that they are maladjusted and weird. I always knew it, when I was a Mormon. I felt uncomfortable and intimidated around confident, social, happy normal people. I always bore that horrible secret that I was nothing but an abuse victim, not worth helping. Always a little woman, not as important as a man. Maybe those Mormons are painfully aware that they will never be perfect enough.
I grew up, saved myself, and returned to being friendly and polite to all--but the Mormons still look away. Yes, it is very noticeable.
I'm tired of Mormons always competing with everyone, and trying to undermine the success of others. Hey Mormons--get a clue--there's enough success and attention for all of us--you don't have to steal it from others.
Some of the jack mos are even worse than the mormons. There is that group in the middle who can't believe my boyfriend can have beer in the house without drinking it all. They only get to drink beer now and then like when they go deer hunting and their wives aren't around.
He deals with a lot of passive-aggressive behavior. He is 65 and wanted to work 2 more years, but he doesn't know if he can stay there that long. He told me the other night that it isn't bad enough now to just walk out. I told him he would know the day it was. At least he has that option.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/26/2018 02:02PM by cl2.
Ha ha. When I was young Mormons were always bragging about being "peculiar people" like it was a badge of honor. Never made sense but now that you have tacked on the "shitty" in front of "peculiar people" it all makes sense.
I think that they are of the opinion that you KNOW that they are better than you and by punishing you with their inattention and downright rudeness, they will eventually get you to attempt to redeem yourself in their eyes by returning to the fold.