dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,
dreadedcandiru2
dreadedcandiru2

Never say die, never think things through......

As you all know, the Pattersons, when they're not congratulating themselves on being things they aren't, failing to notice predictable disasters or worrying about improbable catastrophes, spend their time in a state of angry, baffled disarray verging on panic. They can usually be counted on to muck up the simplest of tasks because of their refusal to learn from previous experience. This means, for instance, that the person who forgot an important subtask the last time they did a job is primed to forget it all over again and respond to collective disappointment with accusations of persecution. It should also be noted that their group-no-think keeps them from writing down or sticking to anything like a plan; having the person posing as a martyr use their collective irresponsibility as a defense is one of the more appalling traits these dolts possess. Not that one is totally unsympathetic; these idiots do expect the other people to do their thinking for them so they are genuinely saddened by accusations of deliberate ineptitude. Sadly, the Pattersons are too stupid to be capable of deliberate anything.
Tags: one big oblivious family
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