dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

Georgia and the Settlepocalypse.

While it's true that John and Elly congratulated Phil and Georgia on getting married despite the filthy trick they pulled on them, it's clear that they bitterly resented Georgia for outplaying them. Elly was steamed that Phil once again got away with not obeying her commands despite her being older and John was angered that someone who was having a better time than he did continued to do so. It seems to me that the two of them swore that no other person would be allowed to get in the way of their acting as if the alleged horrors they suffered growing up gave them the right to dictate to other people how they should live. It is with this in mind that we should conclude that Georgia's finally getting Phil to grow up is what not only established the pernicious custom of packing the children off to Exile Farm, it was also the first step on the teal-and-lavender path to Liz's eternal servitude to the caprices of her greedy, short-sighted and entitled parents. After all, Anthony did what Martha did not: defend the Pattersons' right to jerk people around for their own petty benefit.
Tags: amazonian catfish tinfoil hat, georgia, settlepocalypse

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