Saturday, 12 November 2011

One thing I don’t understand is why do people suffer from love? Isn’t it stupid? Why suffer? You see that all the time in movies: the guy breaks up with her and she stays home for weeks, watching TV and eating ice-cream. Ben & Jerry’s become her new and only men in life.
That’s silly, she shouldn’t be sad while he could be in some bar having fun. She should go on with her life or find someone else who makes her happy. She should embrace what she loves and enjoy every second.
No guy is worth a girl’s tears... The only one who’s worth her tears is the one who knows he could make her cry but would never ever try. One day your prince will come… He just took the wrong turn, got lost and is too stubborn to ask for directions. And if he never appears, which isn’t very likely, the world it’s not going to stop turning. And you’re life will still be on. So make good use of it, in the end all you need is you.
I don't understand why some girls get upset by thinking that they lost the guy they loved when they never actually loved him and he was never theirs. If I were in their place I would like to think that the sun keeps shining, the moon keeps rising, and that I can go on without him.
Ok, so it is kind of hard. What do you do when you finally find someone so nice, someone with whom you can get along so naturally? I once met a really sweet guy, a great friend. The only controversial part was that one of my friends liked him, or at least liked to flirt a bit with him, and that’s all right, everyone likes to flirt from time to time.
But sometimes I got the feeling that he might like her as well. But I wasn’t sure because other times I felt as if he liked me. It was just hard to tell if he liked me or liked me - liked me. That’s the problem with people who are as nice as him: they are nice to everyone and it’s hard to tell who they really like and with whom they are just being polite. I should’ve known the answer, because I consider myself a nice person too, and I haven’t got any problem with anyone so far.
Anyway, I try to be as obvious as I can, so the guy that I like realizes that I like him. But trying as hard as I can is never enough, I must be really shy or a terrible flirt. And the worst is that when I’m nice to someone everyone else starts getting the wrong idea, they believe I like them when it’s not true. And, if I really like someone, well nothing happens. Ever!

Friday, 4 November 2011

What about them? 
I have no idea.
They are SO complicated.
One second they want to be with you, and the very next... it's over.
They are like... "Oh, let's go out!... Let's talk about it in the week"... GIRLS, if the guy says something like that... say "Sure..." and DON'T believe him. They have this stupid tendency to run. Hello, guys?  MAN UP!
DON'T take them too seriously. And DON'T say yes to any guy, I mean sure.. go out and see the world, meet guys have fun. But don't settle for LESS. EVER.
I also think, we... or at least I should  not take guys too seriously, for real. They're fun, sure... But is that enough?? I think that even though everyone says that Disney ruined our lives, because it gave us unrealistic standard about what love should be... I think it's OK to dream about a true love, not lust.
I also believe that most of... or maybe all of my "heartbreaks" (I use commas, because I don't think I've ever been heartbroken... just disappointed) are due to my silly head... the one that imagines the perfect scenario, which by the way is SO perfect, it never happens. And that's why I end up sad. 
Confused about love??? HA! me too.
How do you know if you found HIM? They say you just... feel it. Well, I made myself believe I felt IT so many times, I don't really feel anything now. Not something different at least.

Like Micheal B. says... "I guess the half's timing, and the other half's luck"
I wish you the very very very best of luck and I hope you'll find your perfect match... maybe not soon, but in time :)