Drama Queens Invite Drama Into Their Life

Drama queens and kings are everywhere. They try to disguise themselves, but we all know who they are eventually. I’ve discovered a few on my personal Facebook page. I read a post this morning that just sent me over the edge. It was riddled with profanity, graphic and totally inappropriate content.  The person who posted it believed they were giving advice to someone about a man. It was a reminder of why we parted ways years ago.  I’ve often wondered, what people are thinking when they write posts and how they believe the content is appropriate. Now I like to be entertained, but some things need to be said in private and sometimes your personal business needs to remain just that.    

Let me give you a few examples of inappropriate posts on my timeline:

  • Cussing baby’s momma or daddy and than putting them on blast for all to see.  
  • Racist comments.  Now you know I’m the wrong person for this bullsh**.
  • Selfies of you in the bathroom wearing just a bra.  
  • Every post is about how poor of a job our President is doing.  
  • Postings where every other word is profanity, but you want to be treated like a lady.      
I’m grown and I’ve had my moments where I could have made a sailor look like a saint, but it was in the privacy of my home. I don’t have a need to flaunt my bra in public and I’m not interested in seeing anyone else’s either. Racist comments, but they claim they’re not racist. They know they are a bigot, but yet they want me as a friend.  I keep people like this on my Friends List because I believe you should keep your friends close and your enemies closer, ha.  

One thing that I have learned over the course of the years is that people who always have drama in their life either invite, create or associate with it.  For some reason they see themselves as the victim and they want you to leave a comment so you can join them in their pity party. No thank you.  None of us have a perfect a life, and at times we need to vent or share what we’re going through, but if the majority of your posts are negative, you’re probably a big cause of the problem.  
I love Facebook.  I believe it’s a great way to connect and stay in contact with family and friends.  I love being able to see what’s happening in everyone’s life when it’s convenient for me. I have deleted a few people because I simply couldn’t take their negative posts.  Yep, I’m not opposed to using the delete button. For the most part, my experience using this social network has been a pleasant experience and I will continue to use this site, I just had to discuss my disgust when people misuse things.       
I’ve recently added my blog to Facebook, so please head over and like my Mother 2 Mother page, and thanks for listening.