How to Deal with Difficult People | Jay Johnson | TEDxLivoniaCCLibrary

  • Published on Oct 18, 2018
  • From co-workers and colleagues to friends and family, we are faced with challenging relationships daily. Unfortunately, we often go about managing them the wrong way. Only by elevating our understanding of behavior and acting through an internalized approach will we be able to master the conflicts created by dealing with difficult people. Jay Johnson is a trainer specializing in communication and leadership development. Using a unique perspective of behavioral intelligence, Jay empowers people and organizations across the globe stretching from Main Street to Wall Street. Jay is a designated Master Trainer through the Association for Talent Development (ATD). He is a two-time Excellence in Training Award recipient from the National Association of Professional Communication Consultants and in 2017 he was named “Top Trainer” by the ATD Detroit Chapter. Jay has a devotion to teaching and learning, and is passionate about inspiring people to reach peak performance in work and in life. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

Comments • 256

  • Balgeun
    Balgeun 9 hours ago

    Great one sir!

  • Glenda Peglau
    Glenda Peglau 11 hours ago

    What does this hv to do with the price of tea in China? Lol

  • Hashe-Erdene Battogtokh

    It seems very helpfull, next step development for white guys. But the rest of the world have passed that stage of putting themselves in others shoose.

  • Neilbread The First

    Well said.

  • Chris Pfund
    Chris Pfund 5 days ago

    Love this talk! Thanks for posting.

  • James Phillips
    James Phillips 8 days ago +1

    Agreeing with opinated people is never healthy for all of us (the weak victims).

  • TheDede508
    TheDede508 10 days ago

    No way this would work with narcissistic parents, they already get easily swell headed and don't wont to understand you or take responsibility for their actions, they will take your weaknesses and use them against you and then blame you for being hurt, they are unable to empathize with you.

  • Glenn Aliaj
    Glenn Aliaj 16 days ago

    The way we label people... intéressant

  • Billy Bones
    Billy Bones 17 days ago

    Anger is only bad if you don't let it out.

  • Desireé Slayton
    Desireé Slayton 18 days ago

    My MOMMY TAUGHT me THIS!!!!!

  • Ravina unnyal
    Ravina unnyal 23 days ago

    thnks for this lesson

  • aaron mcewan
    aaron mcewan 24 days ago

    I'm 3 of those things

  • brigitte george
    brigitte george 24 days ago +1

    Very helpful, thank you. I will be putting it into practice in my daily life.

  • Thomas Friedrich
    Thomas Friedrich 25 days ago

    Any book about this topic somebody could recom?

  • Jamillah Joseph
    Jamillah Joseph 26 days ago

    I find giving people your a** to kiss proverbially can be helpful. It can help you keep your sanity, your confidence, establish healthy boundaries/extinction. It can do wonders as you endure your environment. Note, I would advise you endure as you do 1 of the following things: resign to continuously do the above to stay in the environment (if that's your choice), do the above as you endure and also work to change the environment, do the above as you prepare to leave.

  • The Master Host
    The Master Host 27 days ago +1

    A great discussion and super relevant for me the hospitality industry! Loved it all!

  • Rohan Bourke
    Rohan Bourke 28 days ago

    the best stress release ive found for myself when dealing with someone who is difficult and improbable of meeting half way is usually to just have a joke about it with others in your own time.. because usually if someojes difficult then their difficult to everyone... we all see it..
    yeah you dont get to put that person in their place and they can walk around like they are the alpha but in reality where everyone else lives... that guys a joke

  • Søren Kierkegaard
    Søren Kierkegaard 29 days ago

    This seems like basic Stoic philosophy

  • Richard Hineman
    Richard Hineman 29 days ago +2

    I'm confident that I'm the difficult one.

  • Hulk Smash
    Hulk Smash Month ago

    I just had a conversation with my friend today did I went to a seminar about how to deal with difficult people years ago funny this end up in my recommended tell me they're not listening to us all the time

  • David Meza
    David Meza Month ago +1

    I guess they let anyone present at a Ted talk now a days.

  • Joseph DeCamara
    Joseph DeCamara Month ago +1

    I don't know, some people are just a_holes

  • Jay Willey
    Jay Willey Month ago

    Pretty darn good stuff. Thanks.

  • air port
    air port Month ago

    This was a terrific mini lecture.

  • Daemon Skycloak
    Daemon Skycloak Month ago

    My personal issue is I expect other people to work hard. That’s what others find difficult about me. What I’ve done is I’ve stopped picking up other people’s slack. I no longer concern myself with how others are doing and focus solely on me. You don’t wanna do anything today go for it but I’m not covering you. It’s been nice watching people drown and I don’t have to stress about it because it’s not my job to care.

  • Jay P T
    Jay P T Month ago

    As Mr. Johnson says, all well and good when arbitrating between two "difficult people". But when your well-being is at play, say, an intransigent doctor you must get past who literally holds sway over your life...a whole different ballgame! Indeed, it's truly "my heart attack" -- that I'm seeking to escape. But the self-ordained demi-god who holds my life in her hands has no empathy and/or is a self-absorbed narcissist.

  • Lidija Cullen
    Lidija Cullen Month ago +1

    "We" have a problem, rewards, this guy is full of it... it doesn't work with adults.

  • Deborah
    Deborah Month ago

    So needs this at work

  • Sara Dopp
    Sara Dopp Month ago

    This is a great talk, will be watching it a few times I imagine.

  • David Howard
    David Howard Month ago

    What if, no matter how much good you do for the country, the media continues to slander you and play Orwellian games to harm your Presidency and, in doing so, harm the Republic?

  • Oosterhout’s Finest
    Oosterhout’s Finest Month ago +1

    90% of someones behavior is set in stone after 30 years and over

  • edi
    edi Month ago +3

    Well, narcissists immune to any good advice, Trolls jealous of other people's success and happiness, manipulators, backstabbers and other bullies won't be impressed...

  • Javier Vergara
    Javier Vergara Month ago

    this is so important topic.....

  • John Gillanders
    John Gillanders Month ago

    A lot of useful guidance here - thanks.

  • Sizwe Graced
    Sizwe Graced Month ago

    John Cena. 😂😂

  • Mari Brunnsteiner
    Mari Brunnsteiner Month ago

    First be keen in observing other people's traits and real motives then deal them individually. By that one cant get high blood pressure.

  • Kyle Rollins
    Kyle Rollins Month ago

    If only that worked with women.

  • Jose Emmanuel Bueno

    Some people are just real assholes and you want to be difficult to them just to turn them away.

  • House of Motivation
    House of Motivation Month ago +1

    Wow, this is awesome

  • Theresa Kiefer
    Theresa Kiefer Month ago +3

    People are not difficult until you start lying to them, belittling them and manipulating them. REAL leaders do not do this. Most smart people become difficult when they realize their boss is screwing them.

  • Andy Brou
    Andy Brou Month ago +2

    For Boy/Girl Scouts 101. Why can’t we all jut get along?

  • ttnah5
    ttnah5 Month ago +2

    There are many things I appreciate about this video. For one thing, learning how to better use language (I like NVC) and to gain knowledge about temperament types, love languages, and that sort of thing is really pretty essential and basic - if you want to grow in maturity and become more successful in your relationships (personal and professional).

    It is also good to keep your own health in mind as the priority.

    However, his talk also hands difficult people an unintended gift (you can find it in the comments below). He basically says that if others find you difficult, it's because THEY aren't talking to you correctly. THEY should learn to approach you more inclusively and congenially. It's THEIR fault.

    When managers create this kind of atmosphere, it supports bullying in the workplace.

    Many people already make an effort to communicate as effectively as possible and to educate themselves about creating productive teams and win/win outcomes.

    People who do not have good social skills are not automatically "difficult" people. For example, there are plenty of people "on the spectrum" (as they say), or introverted, who are brilliant in their work- but not great at small talk, or are just not good at intuitively picking up on workplace "norms," etc. There may be people who were not brought up in situations that taught nuanced and/or advanced communication skills (as listed above). Both of these groups might be able to benefit from explicit training and expectations about team building (as Jay describes).

    Difficult people, on the other hand, intentionally and strategically make things difficult for others (hence the moniker). They flat out don't care how they affect those around them, and will make others jump through hoops for their entertainment (or to satisfy their feeling of entitlement, superiority).

    No one is getting a heart attack from someone who is simply still learning, has challenges with social anxiety, or is trying to do their best. It is the covert abuser that causes stress and destruction.

    One last observation. Rewards and punishments, incentives, are not actually the best kinds of motivators. It is a little infuriating when management tries to control you like a puppet on a string (as if you had no inner drive to do well, self-respect, self-discipline, or pride in your own work/outcomes). Read Daniel Pink's book Drive, or watch the Surprising Truth about what motivates us.

    wishing all well.

  • Therese Vella
    Therese Vella 2 months ago +10

    What if the toxic colleague is envious of your promotion and does everything she can to sabotage you?

  • Ruben Reyes
    Ruben Reyes 2 months ago

    Really good one im really stoned n my boss n i where talking about this earlier not smoking lol

  • Samali Musoke
    Samali Musoke 2 months ago

    That was very good. I been in that situation so many times.

  • crqdea
    crqdea 2 months ago


  • Michael Liao
    Michael Liao 2 months ago +33

    I have a easier way to deal with it
    When u meet Difficult people don’t feel their ego ,look their as someone who needs help or They are weak

    • Faisal Malik
      Faisal Malik 2 days ago

      Michael Liao ..... super advice dude👍👍

    • Michael Liao
      Michael Liao 23 days ago

      They are weak because they feel Insecure

    • Marten Dekker
      Marten Dekker 26 days ago

      Liao : feed. ... Their ?

  • Life in Korea Thet's vlog
    Life in Korea Thet's vlog 2 months ago +1

    Very informative~🙂

  • Ribnaa Hanaa
    Ribnaa Hanaa 2 months ago +2

    Jay Johnson imparts his knowledge well. He shows workable techniques to help tackle some (not all) difficult co-workers. Add these to your toolbox. Dealing with bullies would probably need some other techniques not shown in this video. If these don't work and you're still being abused, then LEAVE your job and look elsewhere.

  • girardso hankins
    girardso hankins 2 months ago

    Are you Searching for online courses just google search as "Zoe Talent Solutions".

  • funitude
    funitude 2 months ago +5

    Lets name this video, A Prick's Fairy Tale!

  • funitude
    funitude 2 months ago

    They are always a narcissist!

  • Moth’s Mummy
    Moth’s Mummy 2 months ago +2

    He has not accounted for people you hate on sight. Behaviour has nothing to do with it

  • Adam Greene
    Adam Greene 2 months ago +2

    Thanks for the talk, I agree 100% that conflict in the workplace is costly.

  • Christopher Koertge
    Christopher Koertge 2 months ago +6

    "Because it's your heart attack" , point made.

  • thatbeingsaid thatbeingsaid

    Lower your expectations of people in general. Also, do your boss's work and coworkers work too. Corporate doesn't care about you, and we as good workers have to take it . Just don't sweat it, if it doesn't get done. Oh well. You tried. They will always protect the bad employees. They will always get their way. They are very manipulative. They lie and just want to do less and less. Creating a stressful environment for a few. So that's why it continues. Only a few people have to do all the work, if it were all employees doing all the work. Corporate would then change it b\c they would have to do. B\C then it would effect their bottom line. It's all about money and they could care less who's actually suffering and doing all the work. They only care about numbers.

  • Benjamin Wibby
    Benjamin Wibby 2 months ago +9

    This only works if all people involved are reasonable. If one or more parties can't be reasoned with, then the problem continues. You can communicate until you're blue in the face, but if the other person isn't willing to communicate appropriately, then you've hit a brick wall.

    • Glenda Peglau
      Glenda Peglau 11 hours ago

      The brick wall is their force field shield.. some ppl esp narcissists hv a strong force field. Unlike me who is an empath with an abusive childhood.. didn't last long in the corporate game

    • Aari Jabar
      Aari Jabar Month ago

      @Benjamin Wibby Obviously some people are unreasonable, but you have to keep in mind that is just a label. You could try dodging topics that incite you to reason with them for one.

      And to your mini rant about people in general, i completely understand as i've had to coerce with my fair share of difficult people as well. This ted talk bypasses that rant-y mindset and tries to grasp on the 1-on-1 problem itself, there is no such thing as lost causes when it comes to the human mind except for severe senility or any other disorder.

    • Benjamin Wibby
      Benjamin Wibby Month ago +1

      Well, unfortunately we have to be realistic here. That being said, we have to remember that there are people in this world (I've met a lot of them), who only care about their own agendas. They don't care about what is best for everyone, only what satisfies their own immediate wants and needs. I'm sorry to say that I've worked with several of these types of people. Which is especially sad, because I take care of people for a living. Sadly we don't live in a perfect world, filled with perfectly selfless people.

    • Aari Jabar
      Aari Jabar Month ago

      Now you're labelling them as unreasonable. ;) How do we carve this label further?

  • Jeremy Lakenes
    Jeremy Lakenes 2 months ago

    Yes, complimenting a narcissist is difficult, but it’s better to have a narcissist on your side as a friend than to have a narcissist as an enemy.
    I believe we are all narcissists to some level. Some internally with social graces and cultural skills, and some externally without a filter.
    I am a narcissist with a filter. At times though I care so much about my opinion I take off the filter. Filter or no, I can be very narcissistic.
    In my fight or flight mode I don’t think of anyone else, only me. Today was a tough day. Someone made a judging comment and I would label them (already have) a difficult person. I wanted to correct their perception because it’s wrong AND I can prove it. But to them perception is reality and it’s hard to change their reality. I’m still bothered by it what she said...but instead of argue I kept my mouth shut.
    I’ll still invite her to dinner and group stuff at our house, but not for my sake...but for hers. I do want her to feel liked and comfortable with our family and to approach is if needed.
    It’s amazing how I can see a spec in someone’s eye when I have a plank in mine...

    • ttnah5
      ttnah5 Month ago

      You do not sound like a narcissist to me.

  • Claribel Nana
    Claribel Nana 2 months ago +13

    Clearly this mofo never dealt with a narcissist..
    What he is saying looks perfect on paper, but not when you step into reality

  • bob person
    bob person 3 months ago +18

    Oh, yes, and we all March together hand in hand down the yellow brick road. Have you ever worked in the workplace? Probably not.

  • ryan day
    ryan day 3 months ago +26

    Wow... Reading these comments it seems a LOT of people missed the whole point of the video. Take some responsibility for the outcome of your interactions people!

    • brigitte george
      brigitte george 24 days ago

      @ryan day Yes, me too, i thought the same thing. I also thought everybody is being really negative about these positive solutions. I will definitely be putting them into practice in every area of my life.

    • legendarnyziomal
      legendarnyziomal 2 months ago +3

      but not with a Cluster B disordered people...

  • Kaseem Spells
    Kaseem Spells 3 months ago

    Very good video

  • Danielle Robert
    Danielle Robert 3 months ago +32

    Among other things, the most important thing I learned from this is that when our flight/fight system is activated, the way to tell your body that it isn't a real danger is to breathe. Your body knows that in real danger, you would not be able to stop and take a deep breath, so it turns it off - and basically, your brain goes back online. Why o why did I not realize this before!!!! Thank you for your talk. Great presenter, great message. :-)

    • BigErn_Mccraken
      BigErn_Mccraken Month ago +1

      I started rock climbing a few years back as a way to deal with my fear of heights. Sometimes I'd be half way up a climb and the fear would hit me and i'd freeze up and feel that adrenaline surging and wanna chicken out. My climbing partner who was a veteran climber would always yell up to me " control your breath, control your life!" And I'd breathe and calm down and finish the climb. I tell people that all the time now and I never forget that every single day. Control your breath, control your life.

  • AnimusFlux
    AnimusFlux 3 months ago +46

    The people Ive had the biggest issues with were jealous of me or thought I was weird. I tried to be so accommodating, kind and respectful but ultimately it was their own insecurities that they allowed to rule them.

    • AnimusFlux
      AnimusFlux 23 days ago

      @Michael Liao Thank you friend. Much love to you.

    • Michael Liao
      Michael Liao 23 days ago +2

      AnimusFlux there always have some people jealous ,don’t stop to being excellent Because some one gonna jealous you

    • Andrea Veronica Mendoza
      Andrea Veronica Mendoza Month ago +4

      exactly what i felt with my jealous and crazy coworker.

    • Poliv Puzon
      Poliv Puzon Month ago +4


  • Брал Бралыч
    Брал Бралыч 3 months ago

    Видео из разряда : "Привет, мне 20 лет и я покажу тебе , как заработать свой первый миллион." Клише , сборник стереотипов.

  • Saniata Gilo-Sahut
    Saniata Gilo-Sahut 3 months ago

    This speaker is great, enjoyed it.

  • Have An Awesome Day
    Have An Awesome Day 3 months ago +6

    1. Create options.
    2. Be the one to choose where you work.

  • Caffeinated_ Reaper
    Caffeinated_ Reaper 3 months ago +4

    I am dealing with a lazy co-worker . Opening up to them about how they should put in work instead of clamping it all on me and playing on their phones for 8 hours straight did not help . Now we hate each other

  • Kurniadi Yap I 叶
    Kurniadi Yap I 叶 3 months ago

    Thanks for your shared this topic, this help me so 🙏

  • Alena Filchakova
    Alena Filchakova 3 months ago +3

    Amazing! Thank you for this talk!

  • Salwa Abuzeid.
    Salwa Abuzeid. 3 months ago

    Inspiring and informative.

  • S
    S 3 months ago +1

    Sarcasm works for me.

  • Dj Tzonev
    Dj Tzonev 3 months ago +37

    Cannot communicate with sociopaths on any reasonable level. People who cannot empathize will never see things from your point of view. Someone who is a sociopathic master manipulator can only be dealt with by affecting what matters most to them, money. Unfortunately, office sociopaths who gaslight daily rarely get reprimanded. They have everyone else in the office convinced they are wonderful and that you are the problem. Best solution is to remove yourself from that environment.

    • Milites Christi
      Milites Christi Month ago +2

      @Sofia Sofia both if need be.

    • Sofia Sofia
      Sofia Sofia 2 months ago +3

      You mean quit? Or sue for work place harassment?

    • ryan day
      ryan day 3 months ago +1

      This is absolutely not true. Even "sociopaths" have motivations and drivers. It's your job as the communicator or leader to appeal to those motivations.

  • Shuva b
    Shuva b 3 months ago

    What a great speaker.. applaud

  • full pop
    full pop 3 months ago +3

    i never got a m and m

  • 1Only1Queen
    1Only1Queen 3 months ago +2

    OMG BORING. 😴😴😴😴

  • EZ RC
    EZ RC 3 months ago +3

    We are living in a world where people blame others for their own transgressions

    • Alexis Beard
      Alexis Beard 3 months ago

      EZ RC not everyone a lot of people blame everything on them selves. Especially children who were or are abused as children they blame their parents or whoever's abusive behaviors on themseoves. They say oh I'm just a bad kid I deserve it. Psychology

  • Bee Ojeiks
    Bee Ojeiks 3 months ago +8

    Thank you for your talk. I will use inclusive language when talking to a difficult person to avoid escalating an argument. I can totally put this to practice👍💕

    • nanette watkins
      nanette watkins 2 months ago +3

      Bee Ojeiks best wishes with that. Really. Their brains don’t operate the way most peoples’ do.

  • Maria Markarian
    Maria Markarian 3 months ago +16

    Difficult people at work place in my experience is all about jealousy, you just have to ignore them.
    If you need to talk to them because that is the nature of your workplace, just be so calm and wear a cold mask.

    • Kathy Grimm
      Kathy Grimm 2 months ago

      You'd be surprised how a good punch in the nose works.

  • sky diver
    sky diver 3 months ago +12

    Great Talk! It's your heart attack, I'll remember those words.

    FRIENDHORATIO1 3 months ago

    Great video

  • truesician
    truesician 3 months ago +4

    that is very good advice. thank you!

  • Kristin Walz
    Kristin Walz 3 months ago

    My "another naMe for difficult" persOn brought me back here AGAIN, today......

    • Kristin Walz
      Kristin Walz 3 months ago

      @Helder Brunolol u DO know ...i was clownin

    • Helder Bruno
      Helder Bruno 3 months ago +1

      Lol try difficult synonymous

  • themahonster
    themahonster 3 months ago +1

    Oh great another extremely vague Ted talk that I get no practical information from.

    • Col. Nugget
      Col. Nugget Month ago

      themahonster i know what you mean, not all ted talks are worthy of the TED logo in the background, some can be as painful to watch as an 8th grade science project gone wrong. but i like this one

    • themahonster
      themahonster 3 months ago +1

      @Joe L No, I mean I'm not speaking for everyone...just myself. I just think a lot of these Ted talks try to present as if they have some profound message. The speakers tend to use weird analogies out of left field. Then they end it with tieing the meaning all back together. However every time I watch one I feel like they could have said the same thing in 2 min but hey that's just my opinion and I'm sure that style works well for others.

    • Joe L
      Joe L 3 months ago

      he talked about bias, behaviors and the difference in perspective as well as understanding that. so .... maybe not lost on everybody.

  • Neo Khesa
    Neo Khesa 3 months ago +27

    Just keep the conversation formal and they will start to look and feel like the idiots that they are really are

  • Sean
    Sean 3 months ago +4

    How to Deal with Difficult People:
    Simply clench your hand into a fist from your strongest arm then throw punch swiftly and as hard as you can into difficult person's throat.

  • umesh bansal
    umesh bansal 3 months ago

    superb video

  • CXChronicles
    CXChronicles 3 months ago

    Awesome content here -- super helpful information for ways to think about difficult people (or customers cough cough) -- thanks for the helpful information!

  • Oudom Chan
    Oudom Chan 3 months ago +2

    thank for a great v

  • DAD Equal Custody
    DAD Equal Custody 3 months ago

    Good Advice. Thank you Jay

  • master Chu
    master Chu 4 months ago

    Speak their language whatever it may be

    • HighSpeedNoDrag
      HighSpeedNoDrag 3 months ago

      Yes and Tracie Floyd, Brazil Indiana is a True Sociopath and full blown Narcissist and WILL NOT be tolerated.

  • Velha Guarda Tricolor
    Velha Guarda Tricolor 4 months ago +23

    In an ideal world yes by all means, but when that difficult person is your boss who can fire you at any given time and has proven to be a sociopath what do you do if you can't just look for another job?

  • My-Shelter-Is Strong
    My-Shelter-Is Strong 4 months ago

    That was brilliant !

  • Chocolatasm
    Chocolatasm 4 months ago +187

    If it’s a case of narcissism or gaslighting there’s no dealing with it other than removing yourself from the situation

    • Marissa Gilligan
      Marissa Gilligan 2 days ago

      This talk is spot-on. Especially from an educational standpoint dealing with students

    • Janice Morales
      Janice Morales 28 days ago

      Yup totally agree especially dealing with narcissistic sociopathic people just eliminate yourself out of that problem.

    • Khaled Humaid
      Khaled Humaid Month ago

      @Aari Jabar Indeed I'm a narcissist, however I try always remembering to deal with the other side smoothly and not to hurt him. Furthremore, I can say I'm a narcissist because I am the eldest to my family and I like to give advices, nevertheless I try to impress people not to control them.

    • Aari Jabar
      Aari Jabar Month ago

      @Khaled Humaid yeah definitely agree. Confidence and assertiveness is the way to go with narcissists. They like to project onto the people who listen thoughtfully

    NIRMALA N 4 months ago +18

    Be just as difficult, in a harmless way.😌 This works only with people who have SELF RESPECT.

  • Wadiz Tru
    Wadiz Tru 4 months ago +5

    😜😁 Try that "we" rhetoric with a street wise sistah and your done before you start. Sometimes people won't respect you until you show you can come at em' straight from the hip with natural emotion 🙊🙉🙈😎. But I get you...good advice.

    • Marc Oleynick
      Marc Oleynick 3 months ago +2

      Wadiz Tru do you mean “fear” you? Nearly 100% of the high school students in an AP psychology class I had to cover 1 day all said that their mother came straight at them and they knew they were going to get a beating... these streetwise African, Jamaican, and African-American teenagers planned to treat their children the same way. They mislabeled this behavior as “respect.” Perhaps some people are deeply habituated in their social interactions behaving out of fight or flight survival mode rather than pre-frontal cortex executive thinking. I am always wrestling with this... and frequently misstep!

  • Crystal Clear
    Crystal Clear 4 months ago

    Your selection in words used for your title in this and many other of your videos are rather arogent. To 'money'- our English language has trickery in itself.

  • Key Path
    Key Path 4 months ago +2

    So fake it till make it?

  • Lonje Maries Wisdom
    Lonje Maries Wisdom 4 months ago +1

    Select excellent video that was an excellent video I let go of stuff or if I can’t stay far away from difficult people because I have high blood pressure and I want to see Jesus to the best of my ability on my own terms not because I allowed someone to stress me out unnecessarily

  • ?
    ? 4 months ago +1

    "When someone goes potty we give them an m & m creepy af

    • Bear Swanson
      Bear Swanson 4 months ago

      Josh I agree. One is just an m and nobody wants that 👺