How to Make Me Mad

13 Nov

Need a sure fire way to enrage me?  Have I got an idea for you!  Simply decline the meeting appointment that I send to you, and suggest a new time.  Then, when I reschedule the meeting, make sure you’re 20 minutes late because you’ve forgotten*.

You’re lucky that British accent of yours makes me putty in your hands. . .

15 Responses to “How to Make Me Mad”

  1. 5 of 9er at 8:27 pm #

    So, no charming accent, no love & forgiveness?

    Nope, you’ll get a different version: hatred and betrayal. -CS

  2. teri at 8:28 pm #

    they’re starting to walk all over you. I think you need to get pissed off more and verbalize it. They need to know that jaw dropping accents don’t matter……..(although we know they do, shhhhh, don’t tell them that).

    I totally didn’t tell him. I pretended to be angry and he had to cajole me. Being cajoled by someone with an accent is hot. -CS

  3. Ugh. That’s so annoying!

    I had a ridiculously awkward meeting this morning with my whole department. Morale is ridiculously low and everyone is looking for a new job, but we got together for pastries to congratulate ourselves for a job well done on our last project.

    And then the boss proceeded to sit in silence so no one felt like they could take their food and leave!

    Now that sounds like an awfully tragic meeting. Did anyone eat the pastries or did you just stare at your hands in silence? -CS

  4. Amadeo at 9:11 pm #

    Memo to self: perfect accents.

    Feel free to call me to test it out. -CS

  5. Suzel at 10:04 pm #

    I wish the people who rescheduled or were late in my office has british accents. I would find it a lot easier to forgive them.

    The world would be a much better place if everyone here had a British accent. I believe I’d be putting in a lot of over time. A lot. -CS

  6. Pistols at Dawn at 10:15 pm #

    Here’s how to make me angry: be a few days late with Aunt Flo and pretend like I’m the only potential dad.

    My period is late. You’re the only one I’ve been with. Ever. It’s yours. -CS

  7. scarymonster at 11:10 pm #

    Me be pretty certain thet there be other ways to annoy you…

    STOMP. (Sorry, Me accent be straight from Brooklyn)

    You’re right, there are numerous ways to annoy me. Thousands really. This was just one very magical thing that played out yesterday. -CS

  8. Tabbie at 12:32 am #

    British accents used to make me more sympathetic to my fellow humans. However, this changed when I married (and eventually UNmarried) a Brit. The mystique wore off.

    But, the allure of the accent!! Please just lie to me and tell me that you always loved the accent and that even though it didn’t work out, you miss it. -CS

  9. Bambi at 3:43 am #

    I would have ordered a huge meal and when he gets there leave!!!! LOl ;o) Not that I am a bi*ch like that!!! LOL ;o)

    Hey, HUGE favor…I need votes, will you come and visit my site and vote for my singing?!?!?! Thanks

    PS I promise I won’t be 20 min late for our meeting!!!

    I would have to, only it was a conference call so it wouldn’t have worked.

    Going to vote now. . . -CS

  10. sexywhispers at 8:48 am #

    Forgotten does not even show up on my excuse list. Immediate death and dismemberment….and I do mean that member!~~Dee

    Lorena Bobbit = my heroine. -CS

  11. Guv'ner at 7:56 pm #

    I HAVE a British accent and I think they are cringeworthy and boring and free of any pleasing features at all.

    I hear one in the street (there are LOTS of them in NYC) and I want to shout “GO HOME FOREIGNER!” then I remember I might as well be talking to myself…

    Oh, Guv! How can you think that?? If I worked with people with British accents I feel like I’d be delighted to go to meetings. People could talk about accounting and html coding and I’d hang onto every word. The accent is just too delicious for words! -CS

  12. Andrew at 8:33 pm #

    I’ve been reading your blog for a while ( I think you posted a comment on Sharon in the City’s blog once), and yes I have one o’them British accents, I have to agree with Guv’ner (I had wondered whether you were a Brit from the screen name), not so much that I think its cringe worthy, but more the fact that at times I seem to be a life support system from an accent. I overheard the following on Monday after doing a conference presentation “I couldn’t understand a word he said, but I love his accent”. Sigh, I obviously really have no other redeeming features.

    I’m dreaming of your accent and I haven’t even heard it. How can people not understand what you’re saying?? They’re just stupid and you should feel free to slap them in the mouth. -CS

  13. Leonesse at 2:20 am #

    My BFF lives in the UK and used to have the Ex talk to her on the phone because she loved the deep American accent.

    That is too funny. I’ve never heard of anyone liking an American accent. A Southern accent yes, but not just an American accent. -CS

  14. Andrew at 12:07 am #

    Ahh, but there is one big problem – I’m over the age of 25 ! 😉

    But I’ll make you an mp3 of me reading the phone book and that should keep you happy for a little while.

    Darn it! I might have to throw out the age rule if you have an accent. Perhaps I can make an exception just this one time. -CS

  15. Krystyn at 5:33 pm #

    Oh – that’s part of my daily job..scheduling and REscheduling interviews…sucks!

    How do you manage to get through the day without killing someone? -CS

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