You want to feel loved. And cared for. You want there to be someone out there who misses you. But you’re looking for validation in the wrong places. You’re not going to feel more alive and less invisible just because someone kisses you a few times and tells you they missed you.
She’s scared, because having someone and then not suddenly not having them is a lot scarier than being alone.
1. Yes, you’re well aware that wine bottles aren’t technically people. But you don’t care. Wine loved you back when your ex-boyfriend wouldn’t. So as far as you’re concerned, Sutterhome is the Jack to your Rose.
I don’t care what your friends think or what your parents think or what your coworker thinks.
1. Sometimes you feel like you are the reluctant source of entertainment when you’re hanging out with your friends. It often feels like they’re all just sitting there waiting for you to say or do something ridiculous.
Cling to it, to the fact that you don’t know who you are. Don’t try to make a drastic change in order to figure it out. We’re never really going to know who we are because we’re always changing.
When you tell us that we’re like the Jan of the family, we want to punch you in the face. Because Jan is the WORST part of the Brady Bunch. She was the whiny, annoying middle child, whereas we’re like the cool, artsy, misunderstood middle child. Obviously.
What They Say: I like to drink wine.
What They Mean: I like to drink wine and it’s extremely important that you never forget that.
What They Say: Nothing, for three days at a time.
I know that this all isn’t going to be solved by the end of the season but I still HAVE TO LISTEN.