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Mickey Seidl
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In a world where cancel culture reigns supreme and putting people on blast is the norm, it's time to talk about the two big I's: Intractable and Irascible behavior. These two words might sound like something out of a Shakespearean play, but trust me, they're very much alive and kicking in our everyday lives.


Let's break it down, shall we?


Intractable: Picture this – you're trying to teach your cat to fetch. No matter how many times you throw the toy, your feline friend just stares at you with a look that says, "Fetch it yourself, human." That's intractable behavior in a nutshell. It's stubbornness on steroids, an unwillingness to budge no matter what.

Story Time: Remember that time your grandma refused to switch from her flip phone to a smartphone because "the buttons are too damn small"? Classic intractable behavior right there.


Irascible: Now, onto the fiery cousin of intractable – irascible behavior. Ever met someone who gets mad at the drop of a hat? That's irascible for you. It's like trying to defuse a bomb with a faulty manual – one wrong move, and boom!


Story Time: Your coworker Steve, who loses it every time someone touches his stapler because "it's his and his alone." Talk about irascible behavior in the workplace!

Now, you might be thinking, "But why should I care about these fancy words?" Well, my friend, because they're everywhere! From your morning commute to family dinners, intractable and irascible behavior lurks around every corner.


But fear not! Embracing these behaviors within ourselves can be the first step to finding inner peace. How, you ask? By showing love and understanding to those who exhibit them.

Imagine this: Instead of slamming the door in grandma's face when she refuses to upgrade her phone, you sit down with her, patiently explaining the wonders of FaceTime and cat videos on YouTube. And as for Steve and his stapler tantrums? Maybe a little empathy and a lot of coffee could turn him into the office MVP instead of the office grump.


So, here's to the love nerds of the world – those who understand that love comes from within and is not subject to fear or coercion. Let's strive to be unfuckwithable, embracing intractable and irascible behavior with open arms and a whole lot of humor.


After all, if we can't laugh at life's quirks, what's the point?


Now, go forth and spread the love, my friends! And remember, when life gives you intractable behavior, make it fetch your slippers.



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