After reading this Twitter thread about holding grudges, I feel so much better about being a petty binch
I still hope you die, Michaela from summer camp
by Jenn Ficarra
Grudges are beautiful. They're some of the most fun a person can have without taking their clothes off. Grudges can last generations. You can hate your next door neighbor because of a grudge started between your great-grandparents. You can refuse to name your child Kelly because of a grudge against that cunt Kelly from 4th grade.
Yesterday, Nicole Cliffe asked Twitter to reveal their grudges and boy, did Twitter deliver. Here are some of the best grudges of all time.
I am starting a new thread for "tell me your oldest, most cherished grudge."
— Nicole Cliffe (@Nicole_Cliffe) August 22, 2017
Lost out on the 'Wittiest' senior superlative to the girl who thought 'the 4th of July' and 'Independence Day' were different holidays https://t.co/UjUVyAmTCT
— Whitney Reynolds (@whitneyarner) August 22, 2017
Careers advisor laughed in my face when I said I wanted to be a performer.
Last year I sent him a picture of me collecting a BAFTA. https://t.co/FoIvOh6kex
— Connor Byrne❄ (@connorjbyrne) August 22, 2017
Where do I begin???? That time the lady @ the DMV eyed me up & down & said yes when I asked if I had to change my weight https://t.co/nNMdMZbT1w
— Christina Mahen (@christina_lea) August 22, 2017
Damian from next door blew out my birthday candles when I was 5, the little shit. I hope he lives an incredibly lonely life. https://t.co/t7Q5RSOq7I
— ilse pilsener (@ilsepilsener) August 22, 2017
My sister put gum on my mom's chair before I was born so I didn't get to chew gum until I was like 10 https://t.co/zPyQEXeWS7
— Caitlyn Werkmeister (@werkk_it) August 23, 2017
In 6th grade a boy sent me a note asking if i'd go out with him. I said yes. He sent it back saying he was "just kidding." https://t.co/c0xilC1Isw
— Jenn Ficarra (@JenniferFicarra) August 22, 2017
1st grade teacher who wrote in red pen on my drawing of my pet fish, wrongly correcting the name Goldilox to Goldilocks. No YOU don't get it
— AE (@quaps) August 23, 2017
My brother said I bit him, and my parents took away my 5th b-day Miss Piggy cake before we ate any. 30 yrs later he fessed up he lied. https://t.co/7KxgffF6Ji
— Melissa Marino (@MelissaWrites2) August 23, 2017
'07: Lea Michele wouldn't sign my playbill Bc in my black vneck/white tank, I 'looked like a nun & threw her off her game' @ sprng awkning https://t.co/iM8dIchkAf
— Caro (@socarolinesays) August 22, 2017
Bless you all and may your grudges be forever petty.
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