Each new day dawns, with limitless complaint opportunities.
From mountaintops to deep valleys, complaints ring out.
Everybody complains about everything. Every complainer’s complaints are worse, more important, than those of other complainers.
Each complainer, complaining, expects to be given full attention by everyone else. Simultaneous complaints from potential listeners, pass by–cancel each other out.
Loud complaining doesn’t guarantee complaints will be heard. Loud complaints are just as likely to be ignored. Complainers don’t like their complaints to be ignored; which leads to more complaints.
Too many complaints, lead to clutter. Cluttered sidewalks, front lawns, doorsteps and lives. Nobody likes to walk through clutter–still more complaints. Like snowflakes in a blizzard, complaints fall, obliterating blue sky.
What about strong, silent types, that never complained? How could non-complainers possibly be normal–since they never complained?