everyone should have a whine sometime don't you think?mind you they need a slap if the whining goes professional!!!!
Try living with an 8 year old girl. Or Fred!m.
Whining doesn't do any good and only annoys the people around you. So, I'd have to agree.No Whining!
Nice action shots of that wasp!And remember to ask, "Would you like some cheese with that whine?"
Nobody should whine. Whining is to complaining what cold tea is to Jack Daniels. Not that you shouldn't complain; complaining's fine, especially if accompanied by liberal doses of Anglo-Saxon.
Jim! You don't know what you're missing. A good whine, in a sympathetic ear, can do wonders. The technique, of course, should not be overused, because it then looses its effectivness.
Love that second shot!
I hear you. I have two kids and the youngest one is a master whiner!
No, wasps don't whine--they SCREAM. I know this because I distinctly heard a tiny shriek earlier today when I smashed the one who flew past me in the kitchen. I did remember to mutter "Hare Krshna" just before I nailed him so that his little waspy soul would go to nirvana. See, I'm not completely heartless!
I've heard it said that 'kisses are sweeter than whine.' ;-))
Christine....you crack me up!Tim...I can see that difference....I love to complain when it's warranted.
Not a fan of whining. Great shots, Jim!
In complete agreement -- about tolerating and whining. (A wasp nearly killed me; I don't think they whine.)
It's the whiney tone of voice that grates, not the whine itself.
whining drives me nuts...
Terry....good point! There is a difference.
I feel you completely.
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