I can’t just walk away from my past. I’m not like most people. I simply cannot forget what we had. It’s not that easy for me to let it go because it made such a huge impact in my life.
I know you don’t care anymore, but I guess it really mattered to me.
Honestly, I am just fed up with people asking if your boyfriend/girlfriend/friend is hot or not, and if I say that they are not, that would make me seem like a person who doesn’t respect them… so therefore I am NEVER going to answer that. I am starting to really hate judging people and it’s kind of pointless because everyone, eventually, will grow old and ugly and then die.
Of course, there are people who are naturally beautiful without makeup, and then you have these girls with loads of makeup that make them look promiscuous. I think, if it weren’t for society, everyone would just be as beautiful and people wouldn’t be shallow bitches.
When you are in love with another person, or are friends with them, you learn that it is not their physical appearance, but it is about learning to see past than what meets the eyes. You need to accept these imperfections because you can’t expect everyone to be the perfect Barbie/Ken doll.
Society… what have you done?
I hate it when people are just overly lovey-dovey. ”Omg I love you sooooo much babe <333. I can’t live a single day without you, I’ll never leave you <3. You’re like, my entire life!! <3 Idk what I would do without you <3. I’d die for you <33333.”
Like, seriously? Get real. Typing that entire dialogue already made me disgusted. Darling, you probably don’t even mean half of the things you say. You’re overreacting.
I like nice guys who compliment occasionally, not the guys who do it every fucking second of my day. It already sounds so fake, so just keep it simple and real.
First of all, stop telling yourself that you are overweight/fat/chubby/etc. Why would you judge yourself like this? Having a little body fat is no big deal. You’re not even overweight. Being underweight isn’t good either. It’s just really irritating, hearing skinny people say, “Oh jeez, I really need to lose a few pounds, maybe I should starve myself!” Are you THAT desperate to be skinnier when you already are skinny? For example, yes, you will see people who are stick-thin, celebrities with outstanding body shapes, but that doesn’t mean you have to be just like them. In this case, the people who are ridiculously skinny may happen to have an illness, or even cancer that causes them to be that skinny. They can’t eat regular food, and they have to take medication daily, which weakens their immune systems and their entire body, causing immense health damage, not to mention with the illness they already have. And the celebrities? Most celebrities get plastic surgery. A more commonly known surgery would be liposuction, which is removing fat from the body. You may think liposuction is a very qualified way to remove fat from your body, but it poses MANY dangers. Would you risk your life just to remove a few pounds? Why don’t you go exercise instead? It’s a more healthy and advantageous way to lose weight instead of starving yourself, because starving yourself can lead to being anorexic or bulimic. You can die from those eating disorders. Sure, you might have missed a meal once due to long hours of work or possibly stress, and it won’t harm you. But if you keep missing your 3 meals daily, then this is a problem that will lead to consequences. Do you THINK starving yourself will make you look better? Prettier? Do you want your bones to show through your weak skin? Do you think guys will like you if you’re unhealthly skinny? I don’t think so. You know, some people have that kind of body shape because sometimes it is caused by genetics while others have high/low metabolism. For instance, do you know about the people living in Africa? I’m quite sure you do. They have absolutely, almost NOTHING to eat. Don’t you know how unfortunate that is? Sure, they are super skinny, but it is NOT the healthy skinny. These unfortunate inhabitants have malnutrition and are starving DAILY. The reason why they have big stomachs is because many children are suffering from Kwashiorkor, a protein-calorie malnutrition. Instead of starving yourself and wasting food, think of how LUCKY you are. You have food at your table, in your refrigerator and many snacks in your cabinets/cupboards. But what about the people living around the world who don’t have all of that? I think they’d do anything just to trade places with you, just so they can eat their 3 meals everyday. On the other hand, there are MANY people out there who are overweight, even heavier than you, living their lives to the fullest. They don’t care what people say about them. They’re not even going to bother try losing weight, because they know they’re not going to magically be 10 times skinnier even if they exercise. They accept their body shapes, and love it for what it is. That is what makes them unique. Not everyone looks good when they’re skinny. With this in mind, rethink about your choices and realize what’s the most important matter. Having an average BMI or being so underweight that you’re weak and tired all the time? You can’t possibly copy how everyone is. If your friends are true to you, they will constantly nag you to start eating, and yell at you for not. They only do that because they care a lot for you. They don’t want you to end up being in the hospital or having any illnesses. Yet, if there are other people who just lets you starve yourself and lies to others saying that you have eaten, you may or may not know it, but those people are harming YOU. You’re not going to be anymore beautiful even if you lose weight. It’s what’s inside that counts. So what if you lose weight? Are you truly happy about this? Is it THAT important that you would even risk your health just to lose a few pounds? I think the more beautiful girls in this world are the ones who accept who they are, not the ones complaining about themselves daily. You are all born to be different from each other. No other person in this world will be the exact same person as you. Learn to love youself.
Too many people assume being “in love” is holding hands, going out to eat together, hugging each other, kissing and thinking everything is perfect because you have the significant other. Stop saying, “Oh yeah, I love him/her.” when you’ve only gone out with the person for like, what, a few weeks? Hate is a strong word, but so is love.