dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

The dramatic irony show of 2025.

One of the more self-serving chunks of self-pity that litter the collection is Lynn whining that her children will only think to thank her for her lifetime of inept parenting when they themselves are in their late forties; given that at the time, she clearly seems to have expected to keel over stone dead a picosecond after hitting sixty five years of age, the 'joke' was that she'd be dead and thus unable to profit from it.

The reason that I mention this is that I'd like to remind you all of the reason why it is that Mike, Liz and April got along slightly less better than rats in a cage: the need to be loved the best by their idiot parents. Mike once flat out told his wife that his pointless, ruinous and stupid campaign of aggression against his kid sister was touched off by her being cuter and thus a threat to his being loved by parents that aren't really that into their kids much that I ever noticed. Liz settled for a doofus because she wanted to be thought well of by a pair of tossers who refuse to give their kids the satisfaction of being satisfied by their deeds. April feels like she's getting the fuzzy end of the lollipop because she can't admit that her parents aren't capable of loving anything. What this tells me is that when Elly passes on (which I assume is six years from now) and she's not there to be fought over, they'll finally realize that they got in each others' way over less than nothing. Any thanks Elly might get will thus be sarcastic.
Tags: anyone wanna buy a used future?

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