Friday, July 29, 2005

Let's see...we have mashed potato, frosted, special K, scalp....

What constitutes being a "flake" or a "flaky" person? If you say that you would go to a party, but after you thought about it, decided not to go because it was a party you don't think you should go to, is that really defined as flakiness? Or is that just simply following your gut feeling, which is usually acceptable?

7 comments:

Martha said...

I think you are only flaky if yo have a habit of doing this. Once in awhile does not a flake make.

jacquie said...

it's ok to say no. it's ok to change your mind based on your better judgment. it's ok to not go to a party, even if you already said ok. does that mean you aren't coming to my party? you little traitor!!!

nathan stryker said...

proper notice does not a flake make either.

Mom said...

I thought "flaky" meant pie crust!

Randy said...

Just don't ever say you will be anywhere. That is how I like it.

Sean Cody said...

I just wish that 1% of the interent community understood this topic as well as you did. Thankyou!
Have a great one.
Sean Cody

Gef said...

In the day and age where people are so secretive I really appreciate you sharing your true thoughts.
Regards

Sean Cody