if i ever saw you post a picture on instagram pretending that you’re studying, i will comment something like,
"bitch please, why study when all you do is cheat?!"
- Im still lucky, for having a misunderstanding and open parents in accepting me for who I am when I came out to them.
- Love can wait. Love understands.
- Fight. And just stop if it reaches the point when the both of you is suffering already, if you truly love that person, wait for the right time when the situation is ok.
- Sometimes, letting go of that person for the mean time is just the best way to show to them that you love them cause you already know that he is already hurting and suffering so just choose the best way that will lessen the burden that he have inside, and if that option would be leaving him or giving him up for the mean time, be it. If you both are really for each other, time will just do the magic and you can continue what the both of you had established,
Again, brevity is my friend.
- I always get what I want, but not what I need.
- Funny how I can be myself anywhere else but not with my family.
- I am so fucked up.
- I am so fucked up that I fuck up the lives of the people around me.
- What a joy it is to sleep.
- What have I done to my life?
- Bad habits are hard to break.
- You are my bad habit.
- Some people are just fucking inconsistent.
- Don’t shove your beliefs down my throat. You might not like it when I barf it in your face.
- When will I learn to say no to myself?
- Get a hold of yourself.
- Know your priorities.
- Care a little bit less.
- I’m breaking down again. It’s not good.
- Leave me, evil thoughts.
- There’s more to life than this. I hope.
- Just a few more years.
- I wanna stop running away.
- Some people are not worth it. I gave up on them.
- But then, I miss you.
- Digging my own grave, that’s what I do.
- People are so superficial, I wonder if they have a soul somewhere deep inside them.
- I am done with people.
Relationships don’t happen just like in the movies or even in books. You don’t actually fall in love at first sight, believe you’re gonna be like that forever, and expect everything to be perfect. But when you thought it does, the most heartbreaking point is when life slaps you with the truth that no such thing exists. In reality, 9 out of 10 of these seemingly perfect relationships never work out and half of the fools who ended up in marriage got divorced. Do I sound cynical? I hope not, because this is what’s really happening. You can’t keep fooling yourself. You gotta be smart, because in order to keep surviving in this deceptive world, you gotta look after yourself first. And NO, I am not a cynic. I still believe in love, not just the candy-coated principle romance novels and chick flicks have presented. I believe most in the power of sincerity: speaking what you ought to mean and putting meaning to what you ought to say. I also believe in mutual effort. A one-sided love affair, over the history, has been the best downfall not only of a relationship, but also of a person. But then the bottom line here is: Every relationship undergoes the same crap like everybody does. Difference is? Both of the people in that relationship should participate in standing up against it and surf against the waves that are about to drown their relationship up. What makes a relationship strong and worth it, apart from trust and the love that should bind it, is the reciprocity of the determination to keep it going.
The fairy tales lied to us. There’s no such thing as a prince in his white horse or a knight in his shining armor who’s going to sweep you off your feet, take you to his palace, and make you his princess. All we have nowadays are assholes and faggots pretending to be decent guys just to get in our pants. Everybody would always have their agenda. Chivalry rarely exists. And the guys who are actually worth your time and your heart are already a dying breed. There’s no such thing as ‘happily ever after’ too. Life doesn’t give you beds of rose petals all the time. You gotta sleep with the thorns too. And have you ever noticed how these fairy tales represented a relationship that brews fast? That never happens. Remember, what is worth it won’t be easy. Nobody falls in love in just one day of knowing each other. That’s more of an infatuation than love. And nothing ever lasts forever. Nothing. The word doesn’t even possibly exist. Even the world will break down one day. Even time would be forgotten when no more living thing walks and crawls in this dying blue planet. Even the sun could blow up and die.
But fairy tales do have lessons. And one important thing it has taught me is, never believe everything they tell you.