How on earth do others not see how ridiculous they are when engaging? You have a point to get across and, dammit, you KNOW you are right! So, naturally here’s what you do: you argue, you hit *CAPS LOCK* and have it out with whoever you happen to disagree with on that day. Because how else would you prove you're right? I suppose you could share some cold hard facts to back your opinion, but WHY would you if you KNOW you're right?
ADULTS. SCARE. ME.
People amaze me.
In a group where people are supposed to give support, someone has just called another “ignorant.” Yeah. It’s like that, so here I am reading this thread as it’s escalated from sharing experiences to virtually verbally assaulting one another and I can’t help but feel irritated and even somewhat amused. What’s worse is that the person accusing the other of being ignorant and uneducated about their own disease has just made a statement saying “There is no blood in bone marrow.”
Yet, blood is produced in your bone marrow.
“Hodgkin’s Lymphoma is not a blood cancer,” she adds. At this point, I just want to slap myself hard enough to erase any recollection of this thread’s contents.
It’s a cancer that originates in the blood! It is not Leukemia, but it is a type of blood cancer that targets the lymphatic system.
I would strongly advise that no matter what the subject, when you intend on striking up an argument, you are fully informed and educated on the topic. Otherwise, you just end up looking silly.
Google. Seriously, folks.
All of this ridiculous Facebook arguing put me in quite a snarky mood and I almost, ALMOST replied to one of those threads with a terrible, horrible cancer joke. “This post gave me cancer!” I mean, I can do that, right? Joke about my cancer?
But I didn’t. I should have, just to watch someone reply:
“You can’t get cancer from a Facebook post.”
Many Kind Regards,
Jeanette isn't the only person who finds Facebook irritating lately. Read about some things that bother Kim here.