Keep your tale of woe to yourself, thank you very much! #sirenblog
SIREN BLOG's Theory: In my personal experience, those who rely upon "Flying Monkeys" are overly needy and codependent people who manipulate others with lies to generate compassion. Try to get away from them and there's a potential for obsession and stalking. If someone spins you a tale of woe where they are the victim . . . get rid of them.
Everyone needs a fleet of flying monkeys to rip the stuffing out of the annoying people in their lives
— Laura (http://www.fetchmyflyingmonkeys.com/)
This is a term taken from The Wizard of Oz, where the flying monkeys do the bidding of the Wicked Witch. The flying monkeys may be your neighbor, church members, siblings, aunts, uncles, grandmother, grandfather, nieces, nephews, etc. These people do the narcissist's dirty work and often pour their own abuse on the scapegoat.
- Gail Meyers Read More at http://echorecovery.blogspot.com/2013/12/flying-monkeys-no-contact-or-low-contact.html
Winged Monkeys (often referred to as flying monkeys) are, as their name implies, monkeys with immense and powerful wings, and they live in the Land of Oz. The monkeys are simply the creatures of the Wicked Witch of the West. They do not speak, or act independently of the Witch's will. HISTORY: The Winged Monkeys were once a free people, living in the forests of Oz. They were carefree, but rather mischievous. One day the King of the Winged Monkeys, as a prank, tossed a richly dressed man into a river, ruining his costume of silk and velvet. The man, whose name was Quelala, was good natured enough, but his fiancée, a sorceress named Gayelette was furious, and punished the Winged Monkeys by making them the slaves to the Golden Cap she had prepared as a wedding present for her betrothed. Quelala used the Golden Cap only once, commanding the Winged Monkeys to stay away from Gayelette. Eventually the cap fell into the hands of the Wicked Witch of the West, who used the Winged Monkeys to conquer the Winkie Country, defeat the Great Oz, and capture Dorothy and the Cowardly Lion, destroying the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman in the process. Flying Monkey After the witch was melted, Dorothy took the cap and used it. The first time, she commanded the Winged Monkeys to carry her and her companions to the Emerald City. Then she asked them to carry her home to Kansas, but they could not, thus resulting in her wasting the cap's charm. Her third request was to carry her and her friends over the mountain of the Hammer-Heads. Dorothy finally gave the cap to Glinda, who ordered the monkeys to carry Dorothy's companions back to their homes in Oz, and then to cease to bother people. She then gave them the cap as their own, to free them. Read more on http://oz.wikia.com/wiki/Winged_Monkeys
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