When everyone has a boyfriend but you, you spend countless nights reliving all the memories from when you weren’t this alone. You think, “I’ll be happy once someone loves me again.” You know that’s not true, but it feels that way. And isn’t that all that matters? How it feels?
The truth is, they may never do anything physical in life. They may never cross the line. But a relationship can never be truly platonic if you have to set up boundaries.
The moments I am least ashamed of are undoubtedly the ones where I appeared to lose my mind because those are the moments where I reeked of the exact same sincerity as the drunkest man at a party.
When your mother has always been sick, it means you get to know hospital corridors like they are high school hallways. You walk on autopilot through pristine white buildings and don’t even think twice. It means this feels normal. It means this is routine
I want her to see the beauty of life before it is too late.
Not only does your best friend know all the details of the most stupid things you’ve ever done, but 95% of the time they were standing right beside you. Not as a witness, but as a participant.
The one accessory that no girl ever forgets to bring to brunch is a hangover. While the severity of said hangover may vary, the fact that at 75% of the people at your table will have one does not.
This logic can apply to other areas too. On average, your sexual partners have had more sex than you, your Twitter followers have more followers than you etc.
“It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more.”
Energy Drainers. These are the people who CONSTANTLY leave you feeling emotionally drained because of their negativity.