- Obvious rudeness, say like, standing in line, and the person you're waiting for, knowing you were standing in line, says to the person next to/behind you, can I help you? Purposely ignoring that you were there already (Not mentioning places, ahemm..... some NP folks are like that --- rudies)
- Being a "new" person anywhere, and people double guessing everything you do just because you're "new" there.
- When you realize that people you think are mutually close friends with, aren't that close anyway.
- An adult being rude/mean/qumli to your kids for no reason other than just being rude/mean/qumli.
- People who think they're a higher priority in everything just because of who they think they are over others.
- Conversations that go on as if you weren't there to talk for yourself (i.e. my kids "Dad, how come mom says I can't sleep over at so and so's house?" while I am sitting there.)
- Our dog, Duke, just for being.
- Counting on someone and then they back off at the last minute.
- Driving down a long empty straight road and another driver tail gates when they could pass at any time.
- Trying to sleep and people seem to obviously make loud noises--talking loudly, laughing as loud as they could, clacking on a keyboard as hard as they could, slamming doors as hard as they could (or so it seems)
- Braggy people of every little thing.
- People who think they know everything.
- Ahhh, last one, save the best for last: I am qumliyuk of when you innocently ask a question because you don't know and somebody answers "Its common sense!" when its not, stupid b*tch, thanks for letting me feel like a total ignorant @ssh0le in front of everybody, and then smirking after that. I hope somebody makes you feel the way you made me feel someday to the most utterest degree.
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Qumliyuk: YUPIK (adv) ... a feeling of immense ridicule, contemptous derision, aggravation .....naam -- I can't explain it in English. These are thirteen things that have made me very qumliyuk.