Top 10 Thought Catalog Comments For The Month Of September
1. From Article: Yeah Trick, I AM Wearing Leggings As Pants. Wanna Fight About It?
Finally, something we can all get behind.
2. From Article: Short Men, Eww, They’re Genetically Deformed
Looooooooooool. (We love Game of Thrones, too.)
3. From Article: When Will It Be My Turn To Fall In Love?
Thank you for this comment, and your perspective.
4. From Article: Just Because She Is Polite Does Not Mean She Is Flirting
It’s nice to hear the opposite perspective delivered with taste, tact, and respect. Hats off, Brian.
5. From Article: I Know You’re In Love With My Boyfriend
Can we all just take a minute and go watch the “The Boy Is Mine” video before we come back and finish the article?
6. From Article: 34 Ways To Get Over Someone
This is also a front-runner for our upcoming series, Classy Quips With Anonymous Commenter Jen.
7. From Article: Evil Things I Can’t Stop Doing
8. From Article: It Isn’t All About Your Kids
User Whatgoodwoulditdo, always dropping Truth Bombs all over your comments section.
9. From Article: I’m Not Stupid If I Disagree With You
Oh, girl, we all feel for you….
10. From Article: 21 Questions I Have For People In Long-Term Relationships
There are two winners from this comment section (though they are all really great), one being from a reader who has been married for 25 years. We cropped the answer (because it is long and very thorough — plus you need to read the questions to put it in full context), but it is definitely worth a read:
Then we have this, possibly one of the greatest comments of all time:
Winners all around.
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Even as I write this now I am debating whether or not to erase it all together.
When I say I’m in love with you, I mean I love the story I can tell to my next lover, about my ex-lover, about how beautiful things were, how intense, how storybook, what a couple we were, and how you gradually, inexplicably, painfully, bit by bit, disappeared.
By John Howell
“I used to be afraid of failing at something that really mattered to me, but now I’m more afraid of succeeding at things that don’t matter.”
I was 24 and, while not gay, ever since college I had been getting more attention from gay men than from heterosexual women.
By Ed Herro