Wednesday 27 February 2013

Bitter Cause and Effect

There is a difference between being bitter and being honest. When I was asked about one of my exes yesterday I called him “a tool” and apparently because of that I’m “bitter”. I take offence to that. I don’t like him that’s not bitterness that more cause and effect than anything.

The cause being he made me endure his whack-job family for a weekend then a week later (days before my birthday) broke up with me, I then found out he was cheating on me. Then he had the nerve to show up at my birthday.

The effect of that being me punching him in his face knocking him out cold (don’t ever fuck with a hockey girl) and me losing all respect and willingness to tolerate him.

I don’t think me calling him a tool was me being bitter I think it was first of all the understatement of the century and second of all me being honest. I mean I could play nice of course but frankly why should I? “Playing nice” is just another word for fake as far as I’m concerned. And I’m a lot of things but fake isn’t one of them.

What do you guys think, is honesty and bitter two different things or am I in the wrong here? And what interesting cause and effect stories do you have? Let me know in the comment box below. As always stay and play safe.


The Honest Bitch 


  1. I think bitter is when you are not honest. Like guys who claim their ex never spend his child support on the kid ( yet the child is housed clothed and fed), or a nasty saying for marriage (my aunt refers to her daughter in law as her son's first wife). Or my all time fave "sure gays should marry, they should be able to be as miserable as the rest of us". Now those people are bitter.

    1. Shit, sorry, hit publish too soon. I should say they are bitter because the cannot respect or be eased for another's happiness.

    2. I agree with you on that, bitter is when you're not happy for someone else for no valid reason.

      If someone gives you a reason not to like them then I think it's ok to call a dick a dick. It's not bitter it's just honest feelings

    3. You are both so right! I hate when people are judgmental about the words you choose to talk about an ex or even just the fact that you talk about an ex. When I first moved to Miami, most of the stories I shared with my new friends where about me and my ex and so everyone assumed that I was not over him. Well I was, but since we had been together for 4 years starting when I was 16, and I was 20, it was kind of hard not to mention him. After all, he was the first person I slept with, he was the first person I said "I love you" to, he was the first person I went on trips with, he is to this day the first and only person who bought me a horse, I mean unless I acted like 4 years of my life didn't happen - which is crazy - I didn't have much choice then to mention him. And I hated how judgmental people were.

      You get to say whatever you want about whoever you want. It doesn't make you bitter. Whoever said you were bitter is probably the bitter one.

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  3. You're complete right! And good on ya for punching him!!! You're doing what everyone wishes they had the guts to do!! Xx
    Tara Merry

    1. Not my proudest moment but I have to admit it felt damn good x

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