LOL my friend just told me that what I said was sarcastic and rude. She was telling me that she disagrees with me about a 'parenting point'..... I said to her (in response to her rant about what she thinks and thinks I should think) , "well, that's just fine, fabulous and wonderful, but I happen to think otherwise".
She got really mad at me and said that the "Fine, fabulous and wonderful" part of my sentence was rude. I started laughing and told her to call me back when she's in a better mood.
I didn't mean it rude or sarcastic - but maybe it was sarcastic a little (considering she was telling me that *I should* agree and go along with her way of thinking).
Still - it's a little annoying when someone knit-picks at certain words in a sentence then uses them to justify getting mad at you. (I could see it if I had said "fine, fabulous and wonder *you stupid, college-educated, idiot*" - THEN she'd have some words she could wad up and throw back at me - but I don't talk to people like that)
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