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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Yelling


Yelling

Mrs. C complains that I yell a lot.  I say I just raise my voice to make a point, besides I have a lot of years of pent up voice raising to get out.  In a previous life voice raising was not allowed, well it was not allowed by me.  There is something therapeutic about…raising your voice.

Still, I deny that I raise my voice that much.

Since Mrs. C has complained about my voice raising, I have pointed out how often she yells…at me.  She claims that she only yells because I provoke her.

Now, whenever I raise my voice Mrs. C simply looks at me and says, “Yelling!”

Of course, I retaliate and when I catch her raising her voice I calmly point out, “Yelling.”

She generally responds with, “Provoking,” as she claims she only yells because I provoke her, this is often followed by a nipple twist which results in serious “Yelling!” by me.

“That’s not fair, that hurts, and you were yelling.”

“You’re making comments about how I arrange my pillows is PROVOKING!” (She does have a pillow routine which is a bit OCD.)

“That’s not provoking, that’s just a loving tease.”

“It’s provoking if I say it’s provoking.” 

“But you can’t twist my nipples, that hurts and you know I can’t hurt you back.”

“I can and I will.”

“But it really hurts!”

“Then stop provoking!”

“I’m not provoking!”

“Yelling!”

“Ouch, that hurts!”

I tell you it’s like wearing a shock collar.  I raise my voice, she says, “Yelling” and I get a nipple twist.

I don’t know why a Labrador Retriever can learn to stay inside an invisible fence, and I can’t learn to stop…raising my voice, but then she does so many things that deserve provoking, er, I mean a loving tease.

17 comments:

  1. If you whisper your comments can that be seen as provoking or yelling? Give it a try, see what she says. I bet she says muttering under your breath is provoking and deserves a nipple twist, which I happen to think is a particularly cruel punishment and shouldn't be allowed.

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  2. I went through a particularly angry period many years ago (15 years ago) where lots of arguments were provoked and lots of yelling ensued. I'm thankful I readjusted my focus and became less angry; less fights and definitely less yelling. Can't really remember the last time I yelled :)

    betty

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    1. Just to be clear, we may yell, but we are not angry.

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  3. I yell when I am angry - I am a realist. I don't yell often, but I do from time to time. My first husband would absolutely not argue, he wouldn't even try to straighten any misunderstanding out. It was no way to live.

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  4. I am seriously impressed by Mrs C's nipple finding ability. Men generally have such small nipples. Do you have BIG nipples Joe? (I really don't want you to answer that ;-) ). If I ever wanted to twist SD's nipples it would involve an awful lot of fumbling - I'll stick to yelling ...

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  5. I miss being able to yell, or rather not having anything to yell at. No-one to do a nipple tease either, grins. Perhaps the cat.... no, I won't go there!

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  6. There are a few people in my life whose voices only have two volumes, loud and louder, and it's not yelling because they don't even hear how loud they are. It's still annoying.

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  7. Good thing you wrote that sweet, loving post a while back because today's post would make me think "abusive spouse." I never once heard Mike raise his voice, but he could pull a moue that could stop you in your tracks in an instant.

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  8. I never used to raise my voice until I got married. Now I've had 43 years of yelling and frankly, I'm tired of it.

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  9. Hubby and I don't yell at each other. I'm happy about that. We don't always agree, but yelling isn't part of the not agreeing. My former life I can't say that and neither can he.

    Have a fabulous day, Joe. ☺

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  10. I only yell in the car .... Queenie takes every raised voice as an afront.

    Return the nipple twist, just once. I dare ya!!

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  11. Laughing out loud at the shock collar image. I'm feeling a bit left out. I don't think I have ever yelled or been yelled at. Of course that could be selective memory.

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  12. It takes a lot for me to get angry and raise my voice, and I don't do it very often. Sometimes I'll raise my voice just so Mrs. Chatterbox won't take my even temper for granted.

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  13. I am not a yeller. I also try not to show my temper for every little thing but when I do, then it means I am MAD as hell, that I've been provoked beyond what is humanly allowed, and then I YELL, and cuss. (not much of a cusser, either) Sometimes, I even stomp and slam the door. WATCH OUT!

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  14. Come on...you know your 13-year-old self deserved that titty-twister!

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  15. I rarely yell, but if I do it's definitely a sign that I'm extremely frustrated.

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  16. We're a loud Italian family and most people think we're yelling all the time. :)

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