I honestly don’t know where my life is gonna be next year. Between school, relationships, friends and everything, nothing is solid at this point and it’s frustrating as hell.
It just feels like a big roadblock. And I drove up to it way too fast.
I grew up knowing where I was going to be in the near future. The answer was always the same: at home with mom, dad and sissy. Same situations, same school, same people etc. Now, I have some sort of idea, but there’s a good chance that I won’t be at home next year and I’m going to be starting new all over again. It’s just mindblowing to me.
Now, I’m just sitting on my computer for hours and hours at a time. I’m hearing a good deal of shit for it too. It’s incredibly hard not to feel like a waste when all that hits.
Shit, where is my life going? I always promised to myself that I wouldn’t grow up. I guess I lied to myself there.
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I agree with you, not with what society thinks of beauty. You misinterpreted me. I think beauty has to be discovered. And I also think that our mind plays 'tricks' on us, and makes us look at things differently from the way we should. But thats just me. And Id rather not. Im shy.
Ah I understand.
That is true. It’s just that everyone has their own definition of beauty. You have yours. I have mine. Average Joe and Jane next door have theirs.
Eh, I sort of agree with your second part. But when your mind plays tricks, that’s where your subconscious comes in. That shows you how you really feel.
Oh, I dont have anything against blondes. Its just that the media (and most American) seem to associate pretty girls as having blonde hair. Like being brunette or auburn isnt as attractive. And personally, I dont agree. I think it depends. So when people do like you, what do you usually do? Sorry, im probably being nosy.
Yeah, i learned about that in Psychology class. That’s how I got my generic image of beauty. But I actually find almost all hair colors attractive. Except when it’s some unnatural looking color that screams “LOOK AT ME! I NEED ATTENTION!”
What don’t you agree about? There was alot that I talked about in my last post.
Its okay, I don’t mind them :) When people say that they like me, in the few occasions that they did, I try to think back and see if I feel the same. But before that, I usually get all excited and start smiling like a doofus.
I was wondering if you could possibly come off anon?
Ten years ago today, thousands of people died as a result of hatred, extremism and overall, brainwashing. Most of these people weren’t politicians or criminals. They were everyday people, just like you and me. But because of extremist religious sects, they perished long before their time was due. Because of their perishing, there are families everywhere without mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, aunts, uncles etc. That is simply unfair to them. Nobody deserves to go through life knowing that their relative was murdered in cold blood.
But these people did not die in vain. Through this monumental tragedy, we have become a much stronger and unified nation than we have ever been before. The sheer fact alone that the wounds are still visibly open are proof that we have never forgotten what had happened on that sunny, mild day in the Financial District of Manhattan, the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. And being a New Yorker, I see definite recovery, but the wounds are still there.
Today, on the tenth anniversary, it is our duty, not only as Americans but as human beings to promote peace, understanding and tolerance. Only through this can we prevent a tragedy like 9/11 from ever occurring again. Not only in the USA but in the world.
To all of the families affected by the 9/11 tragedy, the nation stands by you not only today, but forever.
Oh and to the conspiracy theorists and religious fundamentalists (a.k.a morons), set this day aside to abandon your beliefs and just honor the memories of those who died that day.
So then how superficial are you? Like, would you only date a girl based on how pretty she is, or would you take the time to get to know her before making a commitment? Do you have a set guideline as to how you decide who to pursue? Like, must be blonde, big breasted, blue eyes, etc. And would you choose the nerdy, artsy, or quiet girl over the pretty, popular, and blonde girl?
I’d say that I’m superficial in the sense that I feel naturally more attracted to society’s image of beauty. Yes it is really shallow, but I guess that’s what happens when you’re raised around it for so long.
I dig waaaaaaay deeper than dating a girl based on her looks. If she’s got an insane body but has no personality, I’m not interested. But then again, if she doesn’t take care of herself at all but has an awesome personality, I’m still pretty turned off.
I’d like to know her for a little while first before I make a move. I’ve learned that from experience.
I don’t really have a guideline of who I pursue. I like to take it on a person by person basis. I’d be cheating both myself, people that may like me and vice versa if I didn’t.
Well, for your last question, it really depends. It depends on their personality, what we have in common and so on.
And just wondering, what do you have against blondes?
Takes on beauty? would you ever tell a girl or your girl shes beautiful?
I think that beauty is something that pretty much everyone has, whether it be superficial, inner or if they’re lucky enough, both :)
However, I do feel that people sometimes only appreciate superficial beauty. You can tell by all those pictures on here that get thousands of notes because it’s some skinny blonde girl in a bikini. I am guilty myself of noticing outer beauty before inner.
In a Psych class, I read that it is simply human nature to make an initial judgement based on outer beauty. Yes, it’s a really cruel thing to do, but it’s in our genetics. But to me, it takes a real person to discover the inner beauty and appreciate that as well. I’ve done that too.
And yes, If I had a girlfriend, I would tell her that she’s beautiful. If she didn’t have inner or outer beauty, I would have no interest anyway. I’ve told past girlfriends that they were beautiful. I think they like it more than being called “hot” or “sexy”. Much to my chagrin.