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“nipping things

in the bud”

 

 

 

(under swift development)

 

   
NOVICE [juicy-bonus.com]
TWEEN [1010playbook.com]
EXPERT [backtalktionary.com]
 

1. Verbal violence is even more grievous than the aggrieved realize, and for someone to say, I just ignore them,” could only mean the person who says this has sheltered themselves in some sort of snow cone, peeping out with beady eyes & telling white lies. It's best to replace a white lie with beauty or truth, rather than allow the misconception to sink even farther into the snow and freeze. Somewhere down in there lives a beating heart.

 

 

2. A person might associate Knock-knock!” with “Who's there?” In the Backtalktionary a whole ton of new associations are introduced.

 

“you're

—Unbound. That's a switch.

late!”

—Business. Everything's closed.

 

 

“you're

—Unbound. That's a switch.

stupid.”

—Just finish your high school.

 

 

“you're

—Unbound. That's a switch.

ugly.”

—The opposite of a juicy target.

 

 

“you're

—Unbound. That's a switch.

crazy!”

—Probably. With employees.

 

 

“you're

—Unbound. That's a switch.

a

That's what you save money for.

jerk!”

—It's against my principles.

 

3. These kinds of associations make it very easy to nip verbal violence in the bud.

 

“you,

—You can't! Not much.

you,

—You can't! Not much.

you,

—You can't! Not much.

stupid!”

—Just finish your high school.

 

4. Verbal violence goes way beyond the school yard.

 

“then

Refreshing. Expensive!

how

—You made a big difference today.

about ...

—Invisible horses fan out.

 

 

“fuck

Forget that. ROAD KILL!

you!”

—You can't! Not much.

 

5. Since we live in a confrontational culture, with microaggressions, how about micro-defenses?

 

“have

—Before you know it. Let go!

you

—You can't! Not much.

prayed

Unbound. That's a switch.

today?”

—Alarming! Taken.

 

 

“at

—How so? Most of us don't.

least

—I'm easy. Being followed.

give

—Just finish your high school.

me

—Let things develop. Raw.

the

—Not quite. Don't count on it.

finger.”

—Hardly. Quite unnecessary.

 

6. People often bury verbal violence because they have no idea what to say back.

 

“I'm

—Really. You shouldn't be.

ashamed

Wouldn't have expected it.

of

—Just finish your high school.

you!”

—You can't! Not much.

 

7. When people have a habit of burying verbal violence, they begin lying about it.

 

“it's

—That's a lie. Where you live.

nothing.

—Our culture. Ask them.

I

—It's a possibility. No cash.

just

—Might have been. It's gone.

ignore

—Here and now. That's all.

'em.”

—Stick around! One's enough.

 

8. Some people are unsuccessful at burying things.

 

“you're

—Unbound. That's a switch.

a

That's what you save money for.

total

—Very standard. Intimate.

loser.

MANY TIMES! Hold the line.

you

—You can't! Not much.

should

—Playing my tune. No time.

commit

It's terrible. BUNK! I'm torn!

suicide.”

—Don't include me. After you!

 

9. These are the lucky ones. They have a heart. If a human being can defend their own heart, they can defend other people.

 

“your

—Vulnerable. A keen eye.

mother!”

—Playing my tune. No time.

 

10. Human beings can defend themselves silently. Without saying a word. Other people can see this.

 

“did

—Through the star. No need.

you

You can't! Not much.

hear

—Might have been. It's gone.

what

—Our culture. Ask them.

I

—It's a possibility. No cash.

said?”

What on earth? Copy that.

 

11. Get them to repeat themselves. It fags out their energy.

 

“are

—Acetylene. Insincere.

you

—You can't! Not much.

gay?”

To honor them. Just you?

 

12. Let's get back to the snow cone people. These are the ones who peep out from the top of their snow cones of power with beady eyes. For them everything they see has to do with your belt buckle or your shoes. They call that first impressions.

 

“am

—Like crazy! Not the least.

I

—It's a possibility. No cash.

a

That's what you save money for.

snow cone

—Why so big? All that stuff.

person?”

—Before what? The rapture!

 

13. They attack themselves. Their own mind attacks themselves. What a trick!

 

“I

—It's a possibility. No cash.

don't

—Not sure that's so. Sparingly.

bury

I know, right? Another stage?

anything!”

—It comes from my family.

 

14. Don't argue with them about anything! Simply say, “I know, right?” and move on. Never argue with a snow cone!

 

“so,

—Not over yet. Cloud cover cool.

how

—You made a big difference today.

are

—Acetylene. Insincere.

you?”

—You can't! Not much.

 

15. This is where they pony up phony. It's useful to respond to phony questions with something that's slightly off-kilter. Down, down, down deep, it stirs their heart, though this might also make them angry. Now they're angry snow cones!

 

“I

—It's a possibility. No cash.

said,

What on earth? Copy that.

how

You made a big difference today.

are

—Acetylene. Insincere.

you?”

—You can't! Not much.

 

16. Today an angry young man, probably the snowflake offspring of perfect snow cone people, pushed a homeless man aside on his way into Walgreens. —Get out of my way!

 

“and

—Going up! So soon?

mind

—Certainly not. Liberty!

your

—Vulnerable. A keen eye.

own

—Necessity, right? Victory.

business!”

—Who knows? Prolific.

 

17. The snow cone people are really asking for it! Notice how you can turn them around, and they're all symmetrical.

18. I can go on and on about the snow cone people, and it just so happens, I will! If you do make the mistake of arguing with a snow cone person, they start spinning ... total lies.

 

“you're

—Unbound. That's a switch.

right,

—No idea. Persistence pays.

I'm

—Really. You shouldn't be.

wrong.”

—Earlier. HEALTHIER.

 

19. And to think I was on the brink of plunging into the abyss. If a depressed snow cone person asks you a depressing question, come back from the edge!

 

“are

—Acetylene. Insincere.

you

—You can't! Not much.

happy?”

—Can't we take the tunnels?

 

20. Sometimes when you're dealing with these dorky things, some actual thugs come along.

 

“while

—Likewise. By name alone.

you're

—Unbound. That's a switch.

at

—How so? Most of us don't.

the

—Not quite. Don't count on it.

theater,

—Switched! The usual suspects.

I'll

—On mud. The need is unreal.

be

—But why? Maybe it's you.

fucking

—So sad! I don't do that stuff.

your

—Vulnerable. A keen eye.

wife.”

—Very elusive. Anything at all.

 

21. They work in teams, go roaming around. If you can defend yourself a certain way, they'll leave you alone. It's just baiting.

 

“hot

—The strangest thing. It's murder!

enough

—And more! Well-grounded.

for

—Not over yet. Cloud cover cool.

you?

—You can't! Not much.

oooo!

—I decide what's for me.

hot

—The strangest thing. It's murder!

pussy!”

ANY TIPS? Get a dog!

 

 

22. The same holds true if you're a bunch of girls roaming around. Just pretend you have a gangster brother.

 

“muslim

—So sad! I don't do that stuff.

bitch!”

—I'm aware of that. Graduated.

 

 

23. I think you should be able to walk down the street without any assaults knocking you over.

 

“ain't

—Nowhere near. Many more!

gonna

—Booked up. Eat your heart out!

help

—Think twice! Who needs it?

a

That's what you save money for.

nigger

—I'm aware of that. Graduated.

out

—Playing my tune. No time.

any

—Never enough. At midnight.

way.”

—Stand by. You're on the run.

 

24. You're walking by a construction site and someone's screaming at you. The endless anger, no?

 

“CAN'T

—Think so? My humanity.

YOU

—You can't! Not much.

READ?”

Don't have to do anything.

 

25. When you arrive at a party, a snow cone person may try to intercept & grapple with you near the front door. They mistake having someone under their thumb with liking someone. You can always say, A cliffhanger! and walk away. It's kind of charming.

 

“what

—Our culture. Ask them.

happened

A cliffhanger! My way!

to

—No rush. A whole team.

you

—You can't! Not much.

today?

—Alarming! Taken.

I

It's a possibility. No cash.

love

—The best ever. I hardly knew.

you!

—You can't! Not much.

pick

I must be going! Look it up!

your

—Vulnerable. A keen eye.

poison.

—Why so big? All that stuff.

what's

Back in no time. Not available.

with

—Networking, eh? It's out!

you

You can't! Not much.

and

—Going up! So soon?

Jennifer?”

I hate taking messages.

 

26. When you find a friend, notice how it's like walking through a mirror. You don't have to work too hard. You don't even have to say anything.

 

 

27. If you ever hear yourself saying, “Congratulations!” to a snow cone person, it means they're trying to trick you into forgetting your aim. They're performing a minor form of hypnosis, having to do with distraction and misdirection. If they can get you to “the other side,” you'll find there's “never a place.” This means they've succeeded in getting you to forget what you were intending do. “Congratulations! Congratulations!”

 

“what's

—Back in no time. Not available.

going

—Congratulations! Far and wide.

on?”

—Not a place for a child.

 

28. Snow cone people put an exaggerated spin on things, flipping them back onto you. (No wonder!) Why should you accept their distorted condemnations?

 

“you

—You can't! Not much.

like

—That's funny. Can't really say.

the

—Not quite. Don't count on it.

snow?

Air & sunshine. Sometimes.

you

—You can't! Not much.

can

—Booked up. Eat your heart out!

have

—Before you know it. Let go!

the

—Not quite. Don't count on it.

snow!

—Air & sunshine. Sometimes.

you

—You can't! Not much.

should

—Playing my tune. No time.

go

—Thanks, chum. My place is here.

live

—So foolish. Underground.

in

—Is that so? Enough about me!

Colorado.”

—Just normal. TAKE THAT!

 

29. You're at a café. A beggar interrupts you. You say, “Our culture,” to your neighbors, then turn back to the beggar and point off to the people at the cash register, and say, “Ask them!”

 

“did

—Through the star. No need.

you

—You can't! Not much.

get

—Indeed. OFF LIMITS!

your

—Vulnerable. A keen eye.

banana

—Our culture. Ask them.

today?”

—Alarming! Taken.

 

30. When you're around snow cone people, you don't want to be too suffering, even when you may never, ever, ever, ever, ever connect with them in a meaningful way. From a façade of emptiness, behind a garbage gate, they plant false memories.

 

“remember

—You look me no up?

in

—Is that so? Enough about me!

our

—It comes from my family.

childhood,

—Who knows? Prolific.

when

—No need to talk about it.

you

—You can't! Not much.

knew

Allegedly. Not the right time.

everybody

—Also terrible things.

in

—Is that so? Enough about me!

the

—Not quite. Don't count on it.

neighborhood?”

Without suffering.

 

 

31. The snow cone people apologize when they needn't, and don't apologize when they might. For a little toddler gaping at College Madness on TV?

 

“sorry

It's horrible. Wrong button.

to

—No rush. A whole team.

interrupt

—No rules. It's a free-for-all.

your

—Vulnerable. A keen eye.

dinner.”

Alarming! Taken.

 

32. The Peanut Gallery! Snow cone people love to pop up from the peanut gallery! They're complete strangers. It doesn't make any sense.

 

“you

You can't! Not much.

smell

—Don't include me. After you!

that?”

—It's karma. A bit slow.

 

 

“are

—Acetylene. Insincere.

you

You can't! Not much.

being

—Very different. Look away!

helped?”

—Very nice. Watch his humor.

 

 

“that's

—Life in the shade. Saved again!

a

That's what you save money for.

good

Not often. Takes you over.

thing

—Watch out! Gone! Brilliant.

to

—No rush. A whole team.

do.”

—You do? Better than I do.

 

33. To defend yourself from these attacks, you have to be purposefully misunderstood. It's an aggressive posture. Try to bend the universe. You can't! Realize on a very deep level, aren't they purposefully misunderstanding you?

 

“you

—You can't! Not much.

don't

—Not sure that's so. Sparingly.

like

That's funny. Can't really say.

the

—Not quite. Don't count on it.

long

—And in some cases, grown-up.

ones?”

—Making progress. In a cage.