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Holding a grudge

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I wonder if Mad ever did "holding a grudge" for Those Horrifying Old Cliches.

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Sounds reasonable.

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This is a crazy story!

There was one person I'd held a grudge against in my life. It was a friend from junior high who turned against me and brought me a lot of misery. I ran into him on Facebook a couple years ago and we ended up talking on the phone for an hour. It was so cathartic to forgive him let go of my anger. My grudge towards him was like a cancer that only hurt me. He didn't even remember all the stuff that went down between us. lol

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There are two or three people I hold a grudge against. Usually I am the most forgiving of men, but sometimes something happens that just isn't trivial. But I didn't shoot them to death, nor will I. I just stopped frequenting them.

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I just stopped frequenting them.

You don't often hear people say they frequent other people.

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I just stopped frequenting them.

You don't often hear people say they frequent other people.

Not frequently, anyway.

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This reminds me of the time in grade school when I beat this guy in basketball and then he called me the N word

I'll never forget that shit

Edited by Soulstation1

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I wonder if Mad ever did "holding a grudge" for Those Horrifying Old Cliches.

Bastard. You got there first :rmad:

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Someone once said to me that holding a grudge is like letting someone live rent free in your head.

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Someone once said to me that holding a grudge is like letting someone live rent free in your head.

Nice!

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Malice drinks one-half of its own poison.

~Seneca

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Our natural frozen grape juice is like no other.

~Seneca

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A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

anon

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The first step is admitting you have a problem.

Alc. Anon.

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A grudge is a rock in a hard place. ---LA

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A bird needs a bush.

~ La Mettrie

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Bird Lives.

Bush Sucks.

~ Conventional Wisdoms

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I wonder if Mad ever did "holding a grudge" for Those Horrifying Old Cliches.

Bastard. You got there first :rmad:

Don't hold a grudge!

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Holding a grudge is like drinking poison and waiting for the other person to die.

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I have held a couple of grudges for a long time. They could be the reason I am still alive. The key is where you hold 'em.

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Probably a lot closer to Chuck on this. I hold grudges for a long, long time, and I do use them to spur me on to prove those others wrong. Of course, most of my grudges are strictly work-related.

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Holding a grudge is like drinking poison and waiting for the other person to die.

or at least get fired.

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Holding a grudge is like drinking poison and waiting for the other person to die.

This one and "... holding a grudge is like letting someone live rent free in your head" have served me well and keep me away from those killer resentments!

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Even if you don't hold a grudge, there's nothing wrong with celebrating when they do die.

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