Speaking of hooking up, where has she been my whole life?
Okay, I’m back to reading the Elite Daily because I hate my life and I see these things from my friends. This article is entitled “The Hook Up Culture Only Exists because this Generation has Never Fallen in Love.” I would say that the article is written by a man, but that sounds like I’m implying that this isn’t a complete abortion of opinions. Not even like a good abortion done by professionals. Like a messy one done with a vacuum bought at Target performed by an abortion survivor.
He starts by breaking a relationship down to the simplest form a man could understand. Friendship and sex. Okay, his emotional capacity is that of a Justin Timberlake movie. He better start making sense or I’m going to start turning into a verbal assassinating ninja vampire.
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Most of us probably feel this way.
I’ve had a few conversations with friends about relationships over the last few days and it’s reminded me about my blog and how much I miss writing about them. I know it’s stupid but this is the self titled post, I like when bands do that. So there. This is what we are all about here. And by we, I mean me. And by here, I mean this website. Oh, you already knew? Now I feel silly. We’re talking about love, people.
I think relationships are the most interesting thing on the planet. They are one of the most important parts of a person’s life, they control a lot of the thought patterns that people tend to use and sometimes people let these self-fulfilling prophecies rule their lives. A self-fulfilling prophecy is, for example, when someone says “I’m going to die alone.” Well, of course you are. Who wants to date someone that thinks that? However, if you never said that you were going to die alone to just about every ear that would listen then maybe you would find someone that you could die next to? Isn’t that what you wanted? It sounds creepy when you put it like that..
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