Passive Aggressive Letters…with love

Yes it is that time again.  Time get some things off my chest and bring back the Passive Aggressive Letters…with love.

Dear Dude Parked in the Bus Zone,

Seriously?  Who do you think you are?  Are you so important that you think you can hold up an entire bus load of children while you “dash” into the school to get your one child.  Rude.  Oh, and when the bus driver honks at you and asks you to move your car.  The correct response is not to give him the “1 minute” sign.  It’s to MOVE YOUR CAR!  Sigh.  Some people.


Will People Ever Stop Surprising Me?

Dear Tim Horton’s Customer,

At the Tim Horton’s coffee shop, there is a certain protocol one must follow.  It is quite simple really.  When you walk in the door, you go and get in line.  You line up at the BACK of the line.   You do not wave your skinny Lululemon clad ass and think this is somehow a pass to the front.  I for one am unimpressed. Okay I was a little bit impressed, but not enough to let you get your coffee before me and the 70 year old gent who held the door open for me.


Yep, People Can Still Surprise Me


  1. Rude people suck.

  2. I too, and still surprised by the people that butt in line at Tim Horton`s and don`t think twice about it or other that have waiting. Grr!

  3. oo i am not a fan of line cutters…

  4. line cutters! I always speak up and remind them that everyone else is waiting behind them. Yeah, I’m the chick yelling “get to the back of the line!”.

  5. Some people have NO manners!

  6. Lululemon? Thank goodness for Google. 🙂

  7. Lululemon or not, I would have called her on it.

  8. We don’t even have Tom Hortons around here.

  9. Oh no she didn’t think she could cut in line!! AS IF! =)

  10. Sometimes I wonder if the human race is getting dumber, maybe all the toxins and stuff, people do stupid stuff on a daily basis and I just have to shake my head.

  11. Thank you for yelling at the stupid drop-off parents. They’re at my school too, holding up the entire line while they get out of the car, unbuckle Johnny’s seat belt, hand him his backpack and lunchbox, and give him a hug and kiss. Then they stand by their car, watching him walk all the way into the school. If you want to do all that, go park and take your time. When you’re in the drop-off line, you’re supposed to keep moving! All us moms back there with slippers and pajama pants on are anxious to get home to our coffee!

  12. Why is someone wearing Lulu’s at Tim Hortons? Starbucks renovating?

  13. Who the hell do they think they are?

    Have a nice weekend.

  14. I do love your letters, they always give me a good smile! But it is sad that there are so many ignorant people in the world isn’t it.

  15. Both instances are just RUDE and INCONSIDERATE! The two traits that seem to becoming more and more prevalent on a daily basis – and also the two traits that I most despise. I’m beginning I think I need to go live on a deserted island just to escape these people.

  16. I have such a difficult time biting my tongue in situations like these! If you had restraint, good for you. 🙂 Being slight of foot and providing a stumbling block never hurt anyone though…just sayin’….
    Found you as a commenter on another blog. Happy Saturday!

  17. Dear Passive Aggressive Letter Writer,

    You are just too funny, almost beyond words. You really should really publish a book of Passive Aggressive Letters With Love.


    Yup, You Still Make Me Laugh

  18. And I really should really edit my comments BEFORE publishing them…

  19. I always love these letters. I wish….like a huge wish that those who needed them could actually read them!!!

  20. Yes, I was thinking what Secret Mom was thinking so I’ll say it again – Rude people suck. And good for you for not yelling at them. I’m getting old and cranky and I’m starting to say things to these kinda RUDE people. 🙂

  21. Ah, the passive-aggressive letter. What a wonderful way to start the day! Thanks for the chuckle!

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