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When she’s menopausing, she

  • calls the baby a bitch. (Except the self-proclaimed English-expert-back-in-some-godawful-tiny-town-school pronounces it as beesh, and it’s not because she’s trying to water down her expletive.)
  • calls her daughter a lan hai (lazy vagina in Cantonese). And every other fanciable profanity that comes to her beautiful mind.
  • calls her husband the most useless, undesirable man on earth. And the woman who married him must be even worse than that.
  • tells her husband she doesn’t look forward to spending another day of her life with him. He just takes it all resignedly like a physically abused child.
  • tells her daughter she regretted having her. Something the daughter will never ever forget, though she can’t remember what brought her to say it.
  • wails that today is the worst day of her life. Every week.
  • puts people down like it’s fashion going out of style. Every other day.
  • swears she wants to die sooner so she can leave her miserable life behind. Every once a month, twice if she’s lost in mahjong recently.
  • physically abuses any inanimate object within her reach. No comparison to the more devastating damage she causes by opening her mouth.
  • vows to never leave a single cent to her children after her death, who she thinks does not deserve any of her money, and neither her husband, who she refers to as someone who sucks all her ‘blood’ (read: money). We’re obviously killing her slowly but surely by getting on her fragile nerves – we’re desperate to lay our grubby greedy hands on her dragon gold.
  • brags about how much she does for the family and how much she has sacrificed while everybody else from this house does not do any sort of sacrifice or house chores or monetary contribution. You can tell she is the most noble woman in this house the way she goes on and on with nothing but praises for herself.
  • drones on and on about every great injustice the family in the house has ever done her the past decade in a mostly successful attempt to bring negative energy to the house, which she promptly blames on her husband’s junkyard of a room because she believes in feng shui and that clutter in a room cannot bring money into the house or some equally idiotic notion like that.

Blog readers, meet Emm the menopausal Ma’am.

Comments on: "What does your menopausal female do?" (2)

  1. timethief said:

    Oh dear. I’m assuming she wouldn’t consider medical intervention like black cohosh which has been used for centuries with success by many women. I’m likewise assuming that even suggesting evening primrose oil would be considered along the lines of uttering a profanity. How about reading? Suppose a concise but comprehensive summary of varying ways to relieve menopausal symptoms were just laying about. Perhaps she would be curious enough to pick it up and read it. Perhaps she would be inclined to do so only to refute the information in it. However, what have you got to lose by tyring. Maybe this is the subject for your next writing assignment. Or on the other hand you could just print these out and leave them laying about http://www.menopauseatoz.com/chinese-menopause-herbs.shtml
    http://www.menopauseatoz.com/primrose-oil.shtml

    sulz: actually am just assuming it’s due to menopause, am not really sure if it is… the whole family’s like walking on eggshells and unable to muster enough courage to speak up. not unlike a cowered family terrified of the physical abuse the man in the house unleashes, except in this case the gender and abuse is opposite. anyway, this is just purely for ranting. she’s not like that all the time. and am not home most of the time. heh.

  2. Did I misunderstand? Is someone saying vagina is a profanity? Tell me I misunderstood the note in your side bar about editing comments!!

    sulz: wrote a post about it which will appear tomorrow. the gist is that self uploaded an image saying ‘team vagina’ as an avatar. when self login later it reverted to self’s previous avatar of m and m’s. saw with self’s own eyes it appearing in the forums before logging off and when back on, the avatar’s gone.

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