Trust Your Instincts

Did you ever meet someone and think that person was a conniving, back stabbing weasel who suffers from “little man syndrome”?

Then after a couple of years almost feel bad about thinking this?  But still you can’t shake the feeling?

Then have it confirmed in a most spectacular fashion that you were freakin RIGHT the whole damn time?

Proving once more- you should always trust your instincts.



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15 responses to “Trust Your Instincts

  1. That must have been gratifying to get confirmation.

  2. I am RIGHT with you on that one. I always try to listen to my instincts.

    So what the dilly, yo?

  3. Oh God what happened?

    And it really depends on the person how I end up feeling when I get confirmation of someone’s character.

    If they are screwing someone over…usually I don’t feel good that I was right.

    If they are getting the karma bus slammed against their ASS for being a complete and total jackass..usually I go and play the lottery just cuz maybe 2 good things can happen in a day.

  4. happyworkingmom

    Please share….details!!!

  5. Dish the dirt….we have to know what happened!!


  6. Yeah, this sounds like one heckuva post! Chop chop–get busy!

  7. BEEN THERE DONE THAT! seems I forget to learn though.. So I have been in that position several times… thanks for your comment on my blog.. I appreciate that… have a great weekend… and I hope whatever happened did not cause irrepariable damage..

  8. At my old job, one guy I worked with had the Napoleon complex. Drove me nuts.

    Very much so, always trust your instincts.

  9. I work with a man that I often have the following thought regarding:

    “I could SQUASH YOU LIKE A BUG.”

    But I never say it. I just hum a little tune to myself until he stops talking.

  10. I’m gonna need more information before I can commit to an answer!

  11. Amen, sister. Amen.

    Although, I agree with Rachel. We NEED more information!!!

    P.S. I sent you an e-mail about the Thinkin’ Bloggin’ thingy. Just wanted to see if you got it.

  12. mjd

    Indeed, you must be thinking of a specific conniving, back stabbing weasel who suffers from “little man syndrome.” Hopefully, the weasel does not involve employment; likewise, hopefully, the weasel is not in your family.

  13. SJ

    Always trust your instincts! I live by that motto I swear.

    So…what happened?

  14. J.

    WAY too many times.
    I hate that. Seems I never learn.
    But alas, I like to see the good in people and ignore my instincts way too often.

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