Robmoji Says: Who The F@!#% Am I?


wp-1487604712641.pngWho the f@!#% are you?  I’m Robmoji.  I popped out of Rob’s head when he was asleep (I think the bastard outed me) and took over my own section of his blog.

I am the one with Bipolar, Alcoholism, Childhood Trauma, BPD, and Adjustment Disorder.  Hey, don’t judge!  Rob is being the guy he was supposed to always be (barf).  Don’t say anything, but I think he’s trying to get rid of me!

You see, the problem with Rob and all this recovery, sobriety, mindfulness, acceptance, one day at a time crap is that Rob has kind of lost a part of him that was funny, spontaneous, sarcastic.

You heard right, do I stutter?  I used to love living in his head, but now he’s a bore.  I am here to set the record straight on things he’s lost his nuts to do so.

Don’t like what I have to say?  Keep steppin’, there’s plenty of blogs out here that are politically correct.  Mine won’t be one of them.  I say the things other people think, but don’t have the balls to say.

Before you know it, I will be in command of the minions of smart followers.  The ones who still have the sense to get out of their heads and put their shit onto the streets.  wp-1487605288431.pngBy the way, I can be nice once in a while:  keep an eye out for one of my regular features:  Robmojis List.

I guess I gotta give some love to get it.  I’ll be featuring Top Ten Lists of bloggers in different categories, like poets, comedians, bleeding hearts, etc.

I just want comments and likes from the cool, smart bloggers.  Chumps can go to hell.  Chumps are the ones who “Like” posts and never read your shit.  I know, I’ve seen it happen on Rob’s blog countless times.  And he thinks he has such a following, hahaha.

So pay attention when you see my posts.  I’ll know exactly what’s going on.  Oh, and don’t press the “Like” button and act like you read my entire post; you’re so fake I can smell you coming from a mile away.  You’re not foolin’ nobody.  Yeah, it’s not grammatically correct.  Got a problem with that?

I didn’t think so.


121 comments on “Robmoji Says: Who The F@!#% Am I?”

    1. HAHA, you read the whole thing, fabulous. Well, isn’t that the point of having a Bobmoji? Think about the possibilities. I have. And he will be given free reign. And that, my friend, is going to be very interesting. You see, he is the one with Bipolar 1, Borderline Personality Disorder, Alcoholism, PTSD, and anxiety. He was also abused as a child. So, now that he’s out of my head, it will be interesting to see his take on the world. I’m the Rob that I always should have been. All in good fun.

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            1. I’ve got a feeling we will be seeing him around. He told me he is kind of tired of all my recovery, sobriety writings. He wants to inject some fun. I kind of agree with him; just not sure what he has in mind. He’s also an admin here, so I can’t really censor his stuff.

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  1. drops the mike!!! lolol!! too funny and so honest. I really do applaud your honesty and your struggle with recovery. My son is fighting this battle and has not received help yet. And I do read what you write because I know it’s a struggle for you, as well as my son. You give me better understanding. So thank you for that.

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    1. I can’t tell you how much it means to me that you get something from my work. I am humbled. I wish your son well. Unfortunately, all you can do for him is show him love and support. I will send some extra energy to you. So you like Robmoji? I don’t know what he’s likely to say. He insisted on his own features on my blog. I’m going to have to keep a close eye on him. Ya, dropping the mike, that’s just like him…

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      1. My question is, how do I support him? I can’t open up my home to him or go get him from where he is. I do love him and the only support I have to really give him is my insurance for him to get into a place, but he has to want to right? It kills me each day.
        But yea, I like Robmoji….and no worries, let him say what he thinks!

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        1. Just listen and love. Listen and love. Don’t judge, don’t push pull or prod. He’s gotta do it when he wants to. You are not responsible for his addiction. It’s going to be ok. Just listen and love. If you push prod and pull he will not associate with you. He will run as far as he can. But if you listen to him and just show him love, he will know he has a safe place his head and heart can go.

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          1. Well that I do. Sometimes it’s mentally and emotionally draining because some of the things he says are well…Robmoji! I should tell him to do that for himself..have a Robmoji..
            thanks so much for your advice!!

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            1. You are welcome. You must put boundaries for what you will hear and what you will not. How much energy you will give to it, and how much you won’t. This will keep you healthy and will help with you not getting emotionally drained. It’s ok to set loving boundaries with what you allow him to tell you believe it or not. Starting off with “I love you and care, but I can no longer here about…” I am only thinking out loud and wondering if that–or something like that–will be beneficial to you.

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              1. Yes!!!! It absolutely does help me…I’ve actually said those words to him..and it breaks my heart to have to set those boundaries..but I’m glad then that I’m not deemed a horrible parent. It’s nice to know this from someone who has been through it and going through it. I always feel guilt when I say, I just can’t today. So thank you for sharing that with me. Much appreciated.

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                1. I never thought tough love was effective until I taught my one year of HS English. In the beginning I was all lovey dovey, friendly, etc. My classes were unruly and kids seemed perplexed. When my Senior Teaacher told me I had to reign it in, there was a dramatic change. My kids were wonderful, my life was wonderful, I got all kinds of love in my yearbook that year. Boundaries and limits show love. IF they are clear, then they exude safety and someone who is out of control feels safe because they know where the boundaries are. If things are muddled, or you feel one way one day, one way another, then chaos reigns. Also, as addicts we know how to get our way and manipulate. If you end up there, he will have no respect for you because youre just like all the others he meets in the streets doing their hustles. No, you should ABSOLUTELY feel tremendously proud that you have the courage and strength to hold the line. You are not enabling, which can get addicts further into their addictions, or worse, get them killed. Only my opinion, but I have experienced, seen, studied this for many years. NO GUILT, BE PROUD.

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