Turning a Good Day Into a Bad One: A Step By Step Guide

Is the sun shining? Are the birds singing? Did you just enjoy a totally relaxing and fun evening with your best friend?! Are you off to enjoy Saturday afternoon being pampered? Sounds like you are having a good day!

Well lets flip that smile for a while! If you are looking to turn a good day into a bad one, just follow our step by step guide for a guaranteed bad day.

Turning a Good Day Into a Bad One: A Step By Step Guide

Step 1: Rear-end a Mini-Van while driving your boyfriend’s mom’s car

Step 2: Make sure the person you drive into has no empathy or communication skills

Step 3: Cry in front of a stranger

Step 4: Agree to fix the vehicles through insurance only to realize that it will raise your boyfriend’s mom’s insurance premium

Step 5: Agree to pay for anything and everything for everyone to avoid step number 4

Step 6: Stress about the very small amount of money in your bank account

Step 7: Eat all the junk food and then stress about all the unnecessary calories

Step 8: Cry some more

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9 thoughts on “Turning a Good Day Into a Bad One: A Step By Step Guide

  1. Ah this sounds like a terrible, terrible day! 😦 I was just about to write the I nominated you for the Creative Blogger Award but it would appear that the Tipsy Runner beat me to it! She nominated me as well. I’m sorry you had such a rough time the other day! Maybe a second nomination will brighten your spirits a bit! 😉

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    • Thank you for the nomination! I actually found your blog from the Tipsy Runner nominations! It is so great to find other bloggers from the Toronto area! Can’t wait to read more from you!

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  2. I really hope that wasn’t your day Alex! It might sound good as part of a fiction, but in real life …! If it was your day, I can only sympathise with you and tell you that things won’t seem too bad in a few days. 🙂
    I’ve just noticed that you’ve been nominated for the Creative Blogger Award. I’m in the middle of writing my post for that award at the moment, and will be nominating you, too. Mine is a different version of the award, so you could do them both as one post, as |I did with one of mine (Liebster) a while ago. You could then put both logos on your blog. If you feel you’d rather decline, of course, that’s fine, too. 🙂

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    • Thanks for the nomination, Mille! I would love to accept. Writing them both in 1 post is an excellent idea. And unfortunately it was my real day… Not the best. But I decided to write it as fiction because that helped remove me from the situation and find the humor in it. Oh well, at the end of the day no one was hurt.

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      • Oh, I was hoping you were going to tell me the story was entirely made up! Thank goodness no one was hurt, and the stress/distress of it all will fade soon.
        I was hoping to get the post up tonight, but if I don’t manage it, it will be tomorrow. For the award I’m nominating you, you just need to think up 5 more facts about yourself an nominate people. I’ll be nominating far fewer than it says because so many people have had this award already.
        Keep your chin up. As you said, no one was hurt. Talk again soon… Millie.

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      • I wish! It actually is already looking brighter. Saturday was one hell of a day though. The worst part was how horrible the other driver was. I mean, I get it… I did drive into her. But she was actually so awful about it all. I think being rude and insensitive is the worst way to handle an already bad situation. Oh well, it has been turned over to insurance now and I just have to wait to see how much money I owe and to whom. As for the nomination, I’ll wait until your post goes up and then start writing mine.

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      • Some people are just that way, Alex, wherever you are in the world. I’ve come across a lot of insensitive people in my time, and if you’re on the sensitive side yourself (as I was when I was younger) they can really get to you. They are the sad people in life, not you. I hope you don’t have to shell out much money! Surely the insurance will take care of most of the costs.
        I’m just in the middle of reading about your great run! So I’ll get back to it now. Take care.

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