That reminds me of a friend who dislikes the farm games on facebook. She said she's done enough on farms in real life that she doesn't feel like playing a game that involves managing a farm.
You've reminded me of this: http://partiallyclips.com/2010/07/09/farmer/
Warning for naughty words.
And now for my SS story.
BG - My In-Laws and my parents live in the same town, about 2 hours from my home. If we visit my parents, we HAVE to visit the in-laws as well, because someone the MIL knows will have seen our car and tell her we were in town and we'll never hear the end of it, and it's just not fair
and she never sees
us and.. and.. and.. You know the type. Most of the time when we're at the In-Law's house, I spend a lot of time smiling and nodding while visiting Narnia for tea with Mr. Tumnus in my mind. I mean, the woman can talk
. For hours. No input needed from anyone else. My MIL also takes every chance she can to remind everyone that she volunteers a couple hours every month at a local homeless shelter. - /BG
She mentioned after her first time volunteering that some of the homeless people were waiting until everyone was served and the volunteers were packing up, then they were asking for an extra meal to feed their dogs! Can you believe that?!?! I guess my smile and nod wasn't enough. The following week we were in town again and stopped by for a "minute" and she started telling us about how the horrible men were asking for extra food when other people hadn't eaten yet. I smiled and said "Hmm" and nodded. A couple days later it was our DS's birthday, so my parents and the in-laws were here at our place. I overheard MIL telling my parents all about the horrible men who were stealing food for their dogs which was so horrible and practically stealing it from the mouths of children
and how awful and horrible they were.
tl;dr, MIL is a SS who will "adjust" what she's saying until everyone around agrees with her.