Backup of David's Livejournal

No. You don't.

I just ended an email message with, "I've got it under control."
I realized that that fools no one.  "I've got it under control" means, "Only an Act of God can keep it all from going to hell."  It's right up there with, "it's all good" and is only less convincing than "no worries."


 halophoenix on Feb 15th 2007 at 9:11 PM
::grin:: I've been known to use "no worries" very often. :( Usually I mean it, really I do!

 dblume on Feb 15th 2007 at 9:16 PM
Me too. That's why I admitted that "no worries" is more convincing. I often mean it sincerely.

 tpederson on Feb 16th 2007 at 6:53 PM