dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

Phil versus Elly: the irritation factor.....

As we all know, Phil settled down into monogamous life and a nine-to-five job a few years after Elly's attempt to manipulate him into providing her with another excuse to lecture him. This, of course, enraged her; the idea that he would live life on his own terms instead of having a hypocritical fraud push him into a life he hated was an unwelcome reminder that the world was not herself. Petty, narrow-minded people like her are so focused on their tiny little lives that they don't have the time or inclination to see the big picture; in fact, they go out of their way to avoid seeing it because it's too dispiriting to them. They don't want to see how little their concerns matter. If Elly could actually laugh at her own folly once in a while, she wouldn't have felt the need to screw people over just to feel better about herself. Instead, she wasted her life filled with rage because Phil didn't play fair. He was supposed to let Big Sister run his life for him because she was older; how dare he accomplish things on his own while she was stuck in her rut. Since she refused to see that she could have had all the good things she wanted if she put in the effort because nobody was just going to hand them to her as a reward for good behavior, she'd have no need to meddle and screech; she'd be too busy living a real life.
Tags: elly: lynn's fantasy self, phil: bee and bop king

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