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Chapter 22: No Cujo

It’s her day off, and she’s hovering around the hive like the Queen bee that she is.  Flying here, and landing there; reorganizing the living room, talking through her teeth, and using the my emergency snacks from Quinn’s bag.   357 more words


What is Bullying?

You are mistaken if you believe that bullies only lurk in school hallways and on playgrounds… Mean kids grow up and become parents, co-workers, and bosses.  115 more words


It really was the flying monkeys! Honest!

Mongo was caught with the remains of a scarecrow in his mouth. If he could have talked, I am certain that he would have explained that he was just rescuing the poor scarecrow. 15 more words


Last Flying Monkey Dies Penniless Alcoholic

The legacy of ‘The Wizard Of Oz’ movie has been a poison chalice for several of the Flying Monkeys that featured in the film.

Screech-Screech-Jump Up & Down-Screech, known to his friends as Bob, died yesterday in an L.A. 294 more words


Flying Monkeys

The sociopath is a high level con who manages to dupe people so thoroughly that his/her fans will persecute, silence, and ostracize a victim who complains about mistreatment. 280 more words


Royal Heights Vapor E-liquid Review: Flying Monkey, Smooth Talker & Urban O

Today I have the pleasure of reviewing three flavors that Royal Heights Vapor sent me to try. Royal Heights is based in South Carolina. They have a small selection of nine flavors, but reading the descriptions of them they all sounded delicious. 860 more words

Eliquid Reviews

Once a flying monkey, always a flying monkey

Dorothy: Lions, and tigers, and bears! Oh, my!

I was reading a status update on Facebook from my new friend Martha. She wrote that the “flying monkeys” at work were starting to be nicer to her, probably because the Narc was either losing her grip on them, or had moved on to another victim. 561 more words

All Kinds Of Advice

Human reblogged this on Psychopath Resistance and commented:


“These are people that are clueless when it comes to recognizing the difference between something genuine and something totally fake and unworthy.”