Date a girl who doesn’t read thought catalog. Date someone who knows what makes her happy and does not let an internet article dictate what kind of man she should date and what kind of person she should be. Date someone who doesn’t waste their time in front of their monitor, dreaming of the guy that will sweep them off their feet and demand fireworks when you kiss. Date someone who doesn’t complain that you don’t fit the eighth description of a keeper on some god forsaken article written by someone who has never had a relationship and date someone who accepts you for who you are.
Date whoever makes you happy, and who makes you the best person you can be.
There are limits to what a specific person should post on the internet to be able to say that he/she is observing proper “netiquette”, but of course, there are these emotional moments wherein we cannot help but post and vent out these random cryptic posts from time to time.
The problem is the fact that most people do not consider who might be reading their posts and how it can affect their daily living whenever they rant, yet they continuously do so without any form of hesitation. People have this tendency of judging everyone else based on what they post online and drawing assumptions from them, and you’re only making it easier for the rest of us to do so.
Maybe you should just keep in mind the next time you insult someone or rant about life to do something out of the ordinary and actually use some literacy. Because until you do that… Us more educated, obviously superior, and painfully more mature ladies and gentlemen will still hold the advantage.
It’s always easier to write a cryptic post on your social media account about your frustrations on a certain person rather than to confront him/her about it.
The best part is that people tend to assume that your cryptic tweet is about them and most of the time, they’re right.
Then again, that is also the worst part because people are sometimes awful and assume that ALL of your cryptic posts are about them. They’d rather passively build their anger up towards you and explode and do irrational things when it all blows up because of all those assumptions rather than to ask you about it themselves.
The difference is I actually think about what I intend to post first and know what kinds of words would make me seem ‘uneducated’ and cheap.
People have been generally sucking a lot of fucks lately, and this is me trying to vent it all out.
So I just realized, I completely forgot which e-mail address I associated with my tapulous account and now that I have my new iphone, I can’t log back in.
I’m forced to go from level 65 to level 10 on tap tap revenge all because Tapulous won’t reply to my e-mails. All that time spent trying to unlock songs and downloading apps that I don’t really like to get credit was just wasted because some douchebag decided he’d steal my phone from me.
Okay, I’m going to stop whining now. ;(
I find that the best approach to people who misunderstand and assume that they know you from baseless assumptions drawn from thin air is to shut the fuck up, back off, and watch them make fools of themselves.
There is absolutely no point in trying to get everyone to understand when clearly they don’t even care enough to consult you themselves about their problems with you.
Stupidity comes in many forms: one of them is reckless generalization under the pretext of righteousness.
You should not define a person by some image you have of them when you don’t even know them personally because that’s what selfish, naval-gazing, self righteous dickwads parading around as human beings do. You are clearly not a human being unless you have some empathy, not scorn, for others.
“Everything looks and sounds like shit to you. It’s a condition called ‘Being A Cynical Asshole’.” - South Park
I love how all these little pricks complain excessively about how they’re single when they spend most of their nights stuck at home, sitting in front of their laptop writing vague tweets about their unrequited love and how they’re never going to get the girl or guy of their dreams because they don’t know how they feel, or maybe just writing those disturbingly cheesy quotes hoping that the person they care about would notice.
Posting lyrics of love songs or ~*love quotes*~ on your facebook news feed is amusing, to some extent, but you don’t have to do it excessively because it makes you look more like a dumbass. People have the right to be sad or cheesy on their social networking accounts, but you shouldn’t abuse the privilege.
You don’t get out of this ‘curse’ you call being single if you stay cooped up in your bed and wishing true love would fly magically into your arms. You do something about it.
I don’t think people understand how douchey they end up looking when they replace simple words using a thesaurus to make it sound like they’re better than everyone else.
Seriously, just don’t.
Your sentences won’t make sense, the context will end up being a giant mass of fuckery, and the point that you were trying to get across would end up being lost in the middle of cyber space.
STOP TRYING SO HARD.
I have the self esteem of a turtle.
Basically what I’m trying to get at is the fact that my self esteem does not exist.
…or it shows up spastically when I find someone so unique that they actually boost my self esteem by knowing that I’m at least better than them.
But hey, I’m not taking any credit.
I just sit there, grab the popcorn, and enjoy the show, basically.
There are some people who should be called asswholes instead of assholes because their entire being defines the epitome of the moniker itself, and anything less would be simply an asshole. Your whole self… is an ass.
A+ douchebaggery. You deserve all the awards.