TUMOR AND LUMP

by Anonymous
(Nevada)

They are two of an awful, malignant kind. One of them is the man who conceived me and two brothers, not for love, but to conform his "image" to societal mold of marrying and having children. The other is the atrocious mother of my mother, who was an absolute tyrant to her five children and husband.


That there are two of these evildoing insects in the trunk of one family tree must certainly beggar the odds of life. Moreover, they are both still alive, and live out their ugly, selfish, hate filled lives from plenty of money to keep them supported by the "healthcare industrial complex."

The one (Mr. Lump, 75 years old) had a heart operation 16 years ago and is certainly overdue to pop off this vale of tears. The other (Mrs. Tumor, 89 years old) has had alcoholic dementia for ten years or more, and sits pretty (excuse the irony) at a nursing home, utilizing her considerable wealth at the cost of over $6,000 per month.

If ever there were two individuals on this earth who would qualify for justifiable homicide, these two are it, hands down!

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