The Creepy Wally! When someone is all over you, like a cheap suit, don’t just stand there. Move! People use their voice and words to dominate and control you. Get away! Make an excuse to leave.
Unless, you like it, of course. But stay alert. Once you’ve fallen victim to Creepy Wally, it will be easier to wrap you up tight and prevent you from breaking free.
Sometimes, Creepy Wally shows up because he likes you so much. But what if you don’t like him? The last thing you need is to be near someone, attempting to block you from moving forward.
Creepy Wally: Colbert vs Trump
Meanwhile, in the world of US politics, Stephen Colbert went Creepy Wally all over @POTUS Trump.
It was bare-knuckle, verbal brutality.
In defense of his friend’s honor, Colbert took Bruce Lee’s advice, “Take things as they are. Punch when you have to punch. Kick when you have to kick.” When words are used as weapons, they do more damage than physical punches and kicks.
Catch the video clip and my analysis in the May 2017 edition of my new “DramaGuru” magazine format: Responses and Retaliation: Stephen Colbert Bare-Knuckle Rant
This post is a purple belt DramaGuru lesson. Practice Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) for your mouth.