Friday, May 1, 2015

Yelling Zone

Do you work with someone who yells? Do you live with someone who yells? Have a friend who yells? A relative?

I do. Granted, some of them aren't actually 'yelling', as in fussing at someone, rather, they talk loud. Really loud. Really, really loud. They talk so loud your ears ache just trying to listen without passing out or telling them to tone it down. Or smacking them. 

But I am around people who do yell, as in fussing at someone, as well. And I have decided that, regardless of the reason behind the yelling, these people should have to be silent unless they are in a yelling zone. 

Yep. I am suggesting that every place of business, every home, every wherever/whatever, have a yelling zone for loud talkers and fussers. This way, they can say what they need/want to say without making others suffer. 

Imagine this: you know people who look like wild banchees when they yell. They go off and the ridiculous rant makes them look like wild monkeys at a frat party. How freaking hilarious would it be to watch them carrying on while in a yelling zone?! You wouldn't have to hear them, but you could see them. 

I vote, YES!

I also vote that these loudmouths get videoed while ranting in the yelling zones and posted on YouTube. 

It's either a yelling zone or they have got to quieten down. 

And that, friends, concludes the A-Z Challenge! And, yes, I am a day late. But y'all wouldn't know it was me if I was on time. Ha!

Lawd have mercy!


  1. Replies
    1. oh no! We'll have to put you in the yelling zone. LOL

  2. So you are talking about my sister Sue, she is a very loud talker in fact on Friday when she was at our parents place dad said after she left "I'm glad she is gone she made my ears hurt" true he did say that. My daughter Jessica is a yeller she yells at Leo (her son) far to much because she things it is the only way to get him to listen and have to say at times she is right but not always

    1. I find that the kids at school get quiet so they can hear me when I talk in low tones. I hear some teachers yelling and all they're doing is yelling above the kids and not making a difference at all. There are a couple of people I know who make my ears hurt, so I know just how your dad feels. It's been nice and quiet here this weekend with just me and my pup. Glorious is what it is. :)

  3. Thank you so much for participating in the A to Z Challenge! You rock! Congrats on getting to the letter Z! (and combining Y and Z, very clever) Reminder: there will be an A to Z Reflections round on May 4th. There will be a Linky for it on the main blog, so please look for it there! Please post your reflections on the challenge, visit others, and catch up on the blogs you didn't have time to read!

    Team Macha, Helping Co-Host Zalka
    Maui Jungalow

    1. Thanks! I've already posted my reflections piece and linked up. I plan to continue reading for a while since I didn't make it to as many as I wanted to. I find that this is such a great way to discover new blogs to follow! Thanks for co-hosting!


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