I Have The Dumb!

When Life Suck's Ass, A Site To Spew And Spit About It One Sentence At A Time.



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List of Personality Traits

Personality Traits List of Personality Traits

List of Personality Traits
Positive Negative
accepts authority, loyal, devoted rebellious
accepts what’s given ignores, rejects what’s given
affectionate distant, cold, aloof
Ambitious, motivated self-satisfied, unmotivated
aspiring self-satisfied
candid closed, guarded, secretive
caring uncaring, unfeeling, callous
change; accepts, embraces it rejects change
cheerful cheerless, gloomy, sour, grumpy
considerate, thoughtful inconsiderate, thoughtless
cooperative uncooperative, unhelpful, combative
courageous cowering, fearful
courteous rude, impolite
decisive indecisive
devoted uncommitted, uncaring, hostile
determined indecisive, unsure
does what is necessary, right does what is convenient
perseveres, endures relents, gives up
enthusiastic unenthusiastic, apathetic, indifferent
expansive kept back, tight, constricting
faith in life life can’t be trusted
faith in oneself lack of faith in self
faith in others others can’t be relied on
flexible inflexible, rigid, unbending, stubborn
forgiving unforgiving, resentful, spiteful
focused unfocused, scattered
freedom given to others authoritarian, controlling
friendly unfriendly, distant, aloof, hostile
frugal, thrifty Wasteful, spendthrift
generous stingy, miserly, selfish
goodwill ill-will, malice, hatred
grateful ungrateful, unappreciative
hard-working lazy
honest dishonest, deceiving, lying
humble arrogant, conceited, ego-centric
interested indifferent, uncaring
involved complacent, indifferent
jealous, not jealous, envious, covetous
kind unkind, uncaring, cruel, mean
mature immature
modest vain
open-minded, tolerant narrow, close, small-minded, intolerant
optimistic pessimistic
perfects allows imperfection
persistent, sustaining flagging, fleeting, unsustaining
practical impractical, not viable
punctual late, not on time
realistic naïve, impractical
reliable unreliable, undependable
respectful disrespectful, rude, impolite
responsibility, takes blames others
responsible unreliable, undependable
responsive unresponsive, unreceptive
self-confident lack of self confidence, insecure
self-directed directed by externals
self-disciplined undisciplined, unrestrained, indulgent
self-esteem, high self-esteem, confidence – low
self-giving self-centered
self-reliant dependent
selfless selfish
sensitive Insensitive, indifferent
serious silly, trivial, petty
sincere insincere, dishonest
social independence social approval required
sympathetic unsympathetic, unfeeling
systematic unsystematic, disorganized, disorderly, random
takes others point of view insists on own view
thoughtful towards others thoughtless, inconsiderate, callous
trusting suspicious, mistrusting
unpretentious pretentious, affected, ostentatious
unselfish selfish
willing does, willingness stubborn, unwilling, reluctant
work comes first convenience first


Positive book reviews make the author seem like a DICK!


What’s with the reviews at the front of ever fiction book. It feels like the author is trying to upsale you on the book by adding a page full of reviews that usually has nothing to do with the book itself. For instance, a review in the front of Ted Dekker’s book Thr3e reads as follows: “Ted Dekker is clearly one of the most gripping storytellers alive today. He creates plots that keep your heart pounding and palms sweating even after you’ve finished his books.” -Jeremy Reynalds Syndicated columnist

Well, thank god I came across this book in a second hand store, and more importantly that is was priced at only $1.00. Had it been a penny more I would’ve never known that a mere penny could have stood in the way of me being blessed with the bankroll and good fortune of the virtues of “one mans trash is another mans treasures.” I am now the proud owner of a piece of work crafted by none other than an author who is “Clearly one of the Most Gripping storytellers ALIVE today.” All I can say is, phew… that was a close call.
As for the claims that his plots will keep your heart pounding and palms sweating, I would just like to make quick note that there are no warnings on the front cover for those with heart issues and it appears as though the previous owner of my recent second hand purchase has pages as crisp and clean as it did in the days it graced the shelves of the first hand book store. No sign of sweaty palms on these pages. I can reasonably conclude that this anomaly is obviously due to some sort of magical clammy hand repellent that the most gripping storyteller alive must possess.
Ted Dekker, this pat on the “book” is for you bud. You’re awesomeness has won my purchase. Though I may not read the book, you can rest assured that you have won yourself a lifelong fan (of rediculous positive reviews that make me feel all warm and snuggly about you regardless of the content of your work).




I’m not a mechanic… I’m a GIRL!!!

Changing your serpentine belt on your own car sucks ass…when your a girl who don’t know shit about cars. Ps, thanks youtube for the free tutorial. I guess I can use the money I saved changing my own belts to go get a friggen manicure.

Better off dead

When I hear about a severe accident on the news, there’s a small piece of me that wishes it involved him.