Is it just me, or are some of your phrases really rude?
The Slammed Blogger Says:
thank you ever so much for the kind words. Oh wait. no. take that back.
thank you for taking YOUR valuable time to point out the obvious.
Yes, my sayings are rude. but I wouldn't say REALLY rude.
more like funny rude and I will be accompanying my pan to any social events...so the people will know it's mine...and since they know me..no offense will be given (and I am not saying i'm rude...more like my sense of humor.)
and you can see the award that Kimbo gave her here.
After Kimbo’s post went live, Anonymous sent her an email that said:
"Anonymous here. I stuck my foot in my mouth
the other day. I am SO sorry about what I said and I hope it did not
ruin your week. I think you are brilliant most of the time, funny, and
your ideas are so great and original. I have have been a long time
reader of your blog.
You, and your wonderful readers have every right to be upset with me,
I know I was the moment I hit send! The pans did seem rude, but who
cares really, like you said, people who know you are the only ones
that would see it, and they wouldn't be offended.
Again, I am so sorry. If I could bring you a bouquet of flowers and
make you a nice casserole, I would ;)
I will no longer comment here, and you keep doing what you are doing. "
Kimbo is one of the funniest people ever to grace this earth. I actually copied the pie plate and use it to count my calories. As for anonymous her apology sums it up. Bad Day. So as a word to the wise, Don’t comment if you are mad at your husband, kids, work, the driver that cut you off, the employees at walmart or your dog. Cause it might be just as bad as drunk dialing.
We all have bad days and do dumb things. (Some of us more regularly than others...) I love that Kimbo addresses Anonymous' comment with a sense of humor and rightly defended her choice of phrases, etched on her pyrex pans.
Even more? I love that Anonymous wrote a note of apology and admitted she might have over-reacted. It takes strength of character to admit a mistake... especially to admit it publicly.
What do you say?