Alias Katie.

October 25, 2009 at 8:56 PM 3 comments

I would consider myself a fairly patient person, but lately I have been loosing my mind patience with one of my classmates.  For the sake of privacy, we’ll call call her Katie.  Honestly speaking, Katie is super sweet and innocent–but, well…she’s also incredibly frustrating to talk to.  Allow me to give you an example of a phone conversation we had a couple of days ago:

Phone rings….

Me: Hi Katie

Katie: Hi Laura, its Katie.

Me: Yes, Katie I know.  How are you?

Katie: Hello??

Me: Hi Katie its Laura!

Katie: Oh, Hi Laura, It’s Katie.

Me: Hi, what’s up?

Katie: Umm. Well.  Oh, wait. I um forgot.

Me: Oh, ok. Do you want to call me back when you remember?

Katie: No, hold on…..ummmm……hello?? Laura??

Me: Yes.

Katie: Oh hey, ok yea so you know that email that we got. Ummm, well… wait what? What did I just say?

I am not even exaggerating in the slightest with this telephone conversation.  I don’t want to annoy you with the rest of it, but I am sure you could only image how it continued.  What do I do with this girl?? I can’t be rude to her, it’s just not my style.  But I wanted to jump through the phone and shake her!! I just wanted her to speak what she was thinking.  Talking to her in person results in a similar conversation, but she usually gets distracted and the conversation comes to quick end.

I guess I just have to hope that either her communication skills improve or that I become more patient. Oh, Katie.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. barefaced  |  October 25, 2009 at 9:54 PM

    I would have to smack the crap out of her and drink heavily in her presence.

    Reply
  • 2. Mina  |  October 29, 2009 at 4:32 PM

    I know a way of getting rid of her. We have a couple of options actually.

    1. I know people who can take care of her
    2. I know a way to get rid of a person without being detected (no one will suspect you).
    3. I run her over with my car and use that phone transcript in court and claim self defense.

    of course I’m joking about the above (or at least the first 2).

    Reply
  • 3. debbie  |  October 30, 2009 at 9:01 PM

    You are a very patient person. Very, very patient.

    Reply

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