Thursday, 19 August 2010

A question.

In your lifetime you've probably - many times - heard (especially if you're English) someone say "There's always someone worse off!"

Have you ever wondered if you're the person they're talking about?

9 comments:

Pearl said...

I didn't until just know, but yeah, now that I think about it, what was with the winking afterward, huh?

Dammit.

Pearl

instantkorma said...

Mate, the Samaritans are presently forwarding their incoming calls to my mobile phone. Once somebody has had a 5 minute chat with me they feel infinitely better...

P said...

I have indeed, on occasion, wondered that!

Sweet Cheeks said...

I'm usually the 'someone worse off'...and damn proud of it!

=]

Red Squirrel said...

Pearl - never trust a winker. Never a truer word said/typed.

instantkorma - oh that's *you* when I call is it? Sorry 'bout that....

P - surely not you?

Sweet Cheeks - now that's the correct attitude! :)

Jack said...

It's never you, because someone worse off has probably expired.

Fragrant Liar said...

Yes, I have wondered if I'm the one. Because I probably AM!

weenie said...

Fortunately, I've never felt that that person was me. But that could be a fault of mine, think more about others than myself, to my own detriment sometimes.

Chin up, Spurs are beating Young Boys (dialling NSPCC as we speak...)

Red Squirrel said...

Jack - they're a lucky bastard then....

Fragrant Liar - I'm sure it's not you :)

weenie - the young boys got spanked!