Please stop making yourself throw up in the shower.
Sincerely, I can hear you
At least wear name tags or something.
Sincerely, The rest of the world
Dear Westboro Baptist Church,
That soldier whose funeral you're protesting? He's my brother. He served our country valiantly and gave his life to protect us. How dare you say that "God struck him down" merely because he was gay? He was my big brother and I love him no matter his sexuality. Shouldn't you love people the way they were created too?
Sincerely, little sister.
Please ignore what they are saying. You're doing a great job!
Sincerely, Faithful American
We could have sworn you said the ark wasn't leaving till 5.
Dear 16-Year-Old Sister,
Why won't you tell me your boyfriends name?
Sincerely, I see the bruises on your arm and the way you flinch when I raise my hand...
When I told you I knew you were cheating, I meant on your diet...
Sincerely, how could you?
Dear awful children,
Please don't ditch your mother or father in this nursing home and then never call, write, or visit. I give them their medications, change their soiled incontinence products and clean their bodies, cook their meals, feed them, clean their "home," and come in on my days off to spend time with them because they are unbearably lonely... but my presence is no substitute for yours.
Sincerely, It kills me to see them cry.
That's OK. I like Community College better anyway... :(
Dear Drunk Drivers,
Please stop killing the students of Midlothian High. We're sick of losing our friends to your stupidity.
Sincerely, the Pissed Community
Dear rude people at the hospital,
Feel free to continue staring at me, it makes me feel better about being a bald female.
Sincerely, we're in the cancer unit, I'm not alone.
Dear lady who touched my nose piercing without asking,
Are you serious? It's still an open wound! What is wrong with you?
Sincerely, should have head butted you.
Dear People complaining about grammar,
It's 2010, grammar doesn't matter anymore.
Dear biological father,
Please don't come back after all these years and act like everything's ok and you never left. I'm 16 now, not 6.
Sincerely, my stepdad is more my dad than you'll ever be