It’s totally normal and not at all crazy to refuse to pay your gas bill to teach those idiots at National Grid a lesson.
If their website was even the slightest bit navigable, you would gladly log in every month and pay it. Despite your efforts to tell every representative/technician/person who will listen, they insisted on creating a veritable black hole of a site, where passwords and usernames and security questions get sucked into a vortex and never heard from again. They will eventually shut off your gas and you’ll have to take cold showers and pretend it’s the reason you haven’t been able to cook anything. They’ll also show up at 8:30 on Saturday morning and make you break into your neighbors apartment to access the meter in the basement. It may not seem worth the inconvenience and potential jail time, but it is.
It’s totally normal and not at all crazy to break up with a guy on Friday, then call him on Sunday to tell him how much you love him.
So what if you freaked out a little on Friday because he had to be somewhere early on Saturday. One a.m. is not late. You have every right to pitch a minor hissy fit right before you say goodnight. And it’s totally cool to call him two days later and leave a voicemail telling him it’s super important and you need to talk. You didn’t know he was at a restaurant having dinner with his friends and that he would walk out of it onto the street to call you back. He won’t get mad, he’ll just call you crazy, which you’re not, and then do some manly thinking.
It’s totally normal and not at all crazy to shop online from the store that’s a block away from your office.
Nevermind that you chose to wait 5-7 days for your new clothes to arrive even though you could have walked into the store and gone home with them that same day. It’s a jungle in there and you don’t need to feel like you’re competing against other predators for the last pair of over-the-knee socks. It’s also not crazy that you went online just to buy a blazer, but when you saw that if you spent over a certain amount you would qualify for free shipping, you broke the seal and started clicking away and all of a sudden there was way more than that blazer in your cart.
It’s totally normal and not at all crazy to want to kill your best friend after she sends you a picture of what she did all day, lying on the couch in her underwear, after you spent yours working for the man. An equally normal response: sending her a picture of your foot.