Sunday, February 27, 2011


It's funny when people do one thing and say another. It's even funnier when they deny that they even do these things. I mean, come on, EVERYBODY is a hypocrite, some just have the decency to admit it more than others.

I see girls as the biggest hypocrites, but that just may be because I am around them more than guys. Girls calling other girls sluts when they clearly are ones themselves, same with girls calling other girls bitches and fake...the list goes on. I hear it way too much when I'm out at parties or the bar, it's obviously irritating.

Let's just say I've dealt with fake people in my life; people who I thought were nice but then I find their true colors; ugly. The way they treat their loved ones ones who have been in their life for years or the way they treat someone who doesn't give them their way. It's funny to see what kind of a front people put on for others, even their voices sound different, but then when it's time to come home and deal with family, friends, roommates, people they dislike, they speak the ugliest words that you would never expect. You now have seen true colors and no longer have the time of day for them.

Girls calling other girls bitches. If I had a penny for every time I've heard that one... How about instead of pointing your fingers at someone else's flaws, take a look at your own. Because yes, everyone has flaws.

I laugh when people can't realize they are victims of their own hypocrisy. Call somebody else out on something, but realize you posses that trait also. That's the only reason why you are recognizing the depth of someone's flaw is because you have or previously had that same quality about yourself.

The next time you think about judging someone, pause and think "Have I ever acted this way? Do I have the right to speak about this to others? Would someone think I'm a hypocrite?" Yep. Things would be more peaceful amongst everyone if people would just hold their tongues and let things slide.

"Other people are merely mirrors of you. You cannot love or hate something about another person unless it reflects to you something you love or hate about yourself."

Stop worrying, have fun

I've been trying to figure out a nice way to tell my girl friend what she's doing wrong with men. She is one of my prettiest friends and asks me on a regular basis why a guy isn't texting her back, why another guy won't respond to her calls, why this other guy has been ditching out on plans they've made. This girl has everything going for her but she is too forward with guys. She so badly wants a boyfriend that she puts herself out there the wrong way. Girls; playing hard to get doesn't mean telling guys "I love being single" or along those lines. Don't completely turn them away. There needs to be mystery, not lies. You don't want to talk about marriage or anything right away either. This is, of course, all easier said than done. I haven't had to play the single game for a while now, but I feel like I would be a pro at it if need be.

Honestly I think so many girls are getting nervous because we're in our twenties now and that's when we are "supposed" to settle down. My parents along with many other peoples' parents were married by 20 or 21. So many girls get preoccupied by this marriage ritual that it turns into anxiety. Many of our friends and acquaintances are getting engaged, right and left, and it starts to scare people; thinking they should be next. It's this chain reaction of marriage proposals that create the chaos of hopelessness for single girls.

I love my single friends. I have the most fun when I go out with the girls than anyone else. Going out with my boyfriend is fun, but it's just not the same. I think college would be really boring if everyone stayed attached at the hip with their significant other. Just keep in mind: Who are you without your freedom? Nobody. You end up being a slave to your own stage 5 clinging. It's okay to enjoy your own life and enjoy your significant other's life separately.

Now that I have that covered, girl friends: it's okay to be single! Embrace it. When all else fails, take a look at the Kardashians.
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