EQUAL-OPPORTUNITY ANNOYANCE (telophase) wrote,
EQUAL-OPPORTUNITY ANNOYANCE
telophase

RIGHT

I have had it up to HERE with this. From now on NOBODY is allowed to use this phrase OR ANY VARIANT OF IT ever again, noteven in emergency situations:
[She/He] pushed [her/his] mop of unruly [color/texture] hair out of [her/his] eyes.
FIND ANOTHER WAY TO COMMUNICATE THAT INFORMATION.

I am also putting you on notice for someone blowing or pushing a stray lock or curl out of their eyes or face.

This notice has been brought to you by reading too damn many ebook samples in an effort to figure out what I really want to read.

Sent from my Apple ][e

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