I'm not sure if I want to make this post long or short, because it's kind of one of those "lots of semi-important details that I could go without" stories. I'll probably include details until I get too tired to include anymore. This post furthers my post on friends blowing me off. A little backstory: I've never really had a problem meeting people, though many say that my style of meeting people is rather unorthodox. Meeting people isn't the problem for me. It's staying close. I tend to only relate to my friends insofar as to what I have in common with them. For some, it's league, for others, basketball, badminton, other games, or even just partying. Here's the issue: I only hang out with these people when we're doing something of our common interests. This means that my group of friends doesn't hang out together because we don't have a group wide common interest.
I sincerely hope that the hour you spent blowing me off was well spent.
you missed out.
Maybe I should stop trying to talk to people that really don't care about me too much. They always say don't care about the people who don't care about you... but how else are you supposed to make new friends? being nice is the best way to branch out.
I think I have this whole making friends thing completely wrong...
"I need your love, I need your touch,
When everything's wrong, you make it right"
"I need your love- calvin harris"
p.s. I've been trying to not play league of legends for as long as I can to help get over my addiction to it. it's unhealthy.
What happened to the days where the first discussion section in class was just a 10 minute "I'm here session" Nowadays all my classes seem to be about delving right into the material that the teacher hasn't even covered yet. Although I'm glad I'm not wasting my money, it's still kind of annoying when the supposed "easy first week" is a bomb rush of information.
We ain't freshmen no more.
"I like the remix baby, ohhhhh, I like the remix"
I go on a 4 hour road trip with my over obsessive father tomorrow to court. No matter the cost, or what I have to do. I go into tomorrow accepting whatever may come and getting through it. THere's no other way.