Just some random thoughts that's been in my mind for awhile.
Sunday, May 18 @ 11:55 AM
First, What's the rush??
For a very long time I am always teased why I still don't have my significant other. And it's been going on like bla bla bla. It's like everyone already has theirs and why can't I have mine. I am so sick and tired of dealing this type of things. Kinsa lage daw mupatol sa ako. Ako ra daw sa officers wa pa kauyab. Etc. And my reply, SO WHAT? Is this some kind of contest in this generation and for a college student to find a boyfriend? Now that's why most people get exes. Magpakabitter baya dayon.
I want to commit in a long term relationship. I don't want to enter in a relationship where I am unsure if I would be truly happy. I don't want to lie in myself and fake an entire relationship. And I'd love to slap in their faces that life doesn't revolve in college because you'll meet tons of people in the real outside world. So to everyone who reads this, never hurry yourself. Don't stick with peer pressure! That is always the common mistake of everybody. -_-
Second, If someone is mean to you it means they like you. (The more you hate the more you love)
Don't get me wrong, this is no way related from above. But I've noticed this from previous encounters and to other people too. Why do peope have to be mean and say any rude stuffs to the one they like? I will never get why they have to hurt one's feelings instead of protecting them from it. I know it's like a form of papansin but there are other ways to show it. Instead of teasing, why not do some efforts to make your significant other happy or feel special rather than giving them pain? It's okay to tease but too much of it is just pure brutal. I just want to punch them in the face.
To wrap it up, live in a world of happiness even if you face this kind of bullsh. Be kind if the others are not. And be optimistic as you face life and it's obstacles. I am about to start my fourth, and hopefully final, year in college and I know it's gonna be one heck of a ride. Kudos, Cathy.
Labels: rant, school, serious, tsk