A mysterious Facebook status update insinuating I’m doing something really cool or trendy, posted on a Saturday night when I’m home alone and nobody has texted me to make plans.
Today everybody’s like, “You shouldn’t judge people, man. You don’t know who they are or where they come from.”
But I call bullshit on that.
An occasional article, comment, and likes are a great way to show you notice what your partner is up to, but try not to spam your friends.
Have you ever posted a Facebook status and then have someone ask you, call you or text you about it? “What was that all about?” “Is this about so-and-so?” “Are you OK?”
What initially began as a plan for me to find inner peace and escape from the chaos my life soon became the reason I could finally get work done.
Then came the regret.
I won’t die alone, right?
The next thing you knew, it was your first date, and here you are now walking up to the receptionist you’ve been dating for about two months.
I just thought, “I’m so lonely.”
You swiped past me while you looked away from your phone to flush the toilet.