Y’all, Josh is stating obvious things about me even though I told him today wasn’t a good day to stage a faux internet fight.
My caramel macchiato was decaf this morning. I should’ve prepared. I hadn’t taken him seriously. People so rarely do what they say they’re gonna do.
I’m shocked. I can’t believe I’ve been engaging in bloggy witty repartee with Josh all this time, and never even knew he was the kinda person who does what he says he will. Is no one unreliable anymore?
He told me he’d steal my words and I told him that would be plagiarism, and now he’s accusing me of being a neurotic bitch who said something nice about his wife. Okay, I did, but just that ONE time! Are people so sensitive that I can’t say one nice thing about their wives without it turning into a knock-out, drag out fight?
He’s threatened to bring the thunder, and he didn’t even offer any rain for my garden!
Annd, he called me a troll and said I was never a daisy.
Worst of all, some of it is in ALL CAPS, which we all know means he’s pushed the Caps Lock button.
I really don’t know what to do.
He’s not mad at me and keeps typing words of truth and tease.
Right now, he’s laughing and asking me if I think this is over.
I think he’s only doing this to impress Anxious Mom, since she wrote, “Oh please, you two must do a fake blog war. This would make my day. No, my week.”
— with like, really big smiley face emoticons and everything. That’s right, Anxious Mom, I will drag you down with me — you and your big, happy emoticons!
At this point, it seems I need to defend myself before Josh tells the teacher on me. Should I call him some names? Should I CAP at him? I should probably try to get all my friends to follow him now, but how many people should I drag into this with me?
How do you handle this kind of drama online?
(Right now, I gotta go over to Twitter and randomly @ people with the “You’re not a daisy” comment.)