Why do people have to be so stupid?

I was at the lunch table and one of my "EX-friends" was sitting across from me and told me that i am no longer able to have kids! That i will have miscarages and all that good stuff and started laughing saying that sucks for you.

 

I wanted to come across the table and punch her right in the face but i smiled and simply said what goes around comes around

and left.

 

I can't stand people that say dumb crap like that when they have no clue what they are even talking about?

What should i do when people say stuff like that because deep down it does hurt even though i hide it. ????

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Comment by Natalie ._c- on December 27, 2010 at 10:33pm
You can't take idiots seriously. And I doubt there are very many PWDs who haven't had idiotic comments directed at them at some time or another. I think you have to divide people into 2 categories -- the educable and the uneducable. If they are educable, you can explain to them what the reality is, but if they are uneducable (and her laughing at you sounds like she's uneducable), then all you can do is what you did -- walk away. I hope you will someday have beautiful children if that's what you want -- it's entirely possible!
Comment by brnyrbr on December 27, 2010 at 10:35pm

I'm sorry that happened to you.

Yep people say stupid mindless hurtful things.

Your right what goes around does indeed come around.

brn

Comment by Gerri on December 27, 2010 at 10:51pm

That hurt! Good for you for taking the high road. Awfully tempting to put her in her place.

 

Comment by Pastelpainter on December 28, 2010 at 3:24am
What a hurtful comment.   I so admire your way of dealing with it.
Comment by latvianchick on December 28, 2010 at 4:44am
People do say some hurtful things, whether true or not!  Talk about the tact of a bull in a china shop!  Remember that you are better than her!  I am a Christian but I too have to bite my tongue and clench and unclench my fists.  The poor woman is probably suffering from some kind of inferiority complex and therefore feels the need to put someone else down!
Comment by Brunetta on December 28, 2010 at 4:50am

iIwould so sweetly say to her, if you  happen to run into this no-brain, no-class, no-home-trainng individual again,and she makes another hurtful comment. 'How sweet of you to be so very concerned about my health and my future. I really appreciate your kindness and thougtfulness. How did you ever figure out just the right things to say?"

yes I am sarcastic..but so sweetly so.

 

God Bless,

Brunetta

Comment by Holger Schmeken on December 28, 2010 at 7:30am
I do not think she is stupid. I think she wanted to intentionally hurt you - fully aware of the fears your recent diagnosis have brought to you. That is evil behaviour and it is good that this girl is in the ex category where she belongs.
Comment by Corinna on December 28, 2010 at 10:38am
Mean people suck.
Comment by Joe_h on December 28, 2010 at 4:43pm
I want very bad things to happen to them right now. can't imagine how you found the strength not to smack them around.  stay strong

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