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sarah (poorlittlelamb) wrote,
@ 2006-08-10 11:20:00
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    this is a rant , so look out.
    why is it that the girls who have already found someone who loves them and wants to be with them more than anything are able to have the attention of every other boy too??? girls. enough. stop you're flirting and teasing. its not attractive (well i guess it must be otherwise no one would be interested) but really, why can't they be content that they have found love. if i had a boyfriend, i wouldn't batt my eyes at anyone else. i wouldn't touch random guys' arms and i wouldn't giggle at their lame jokes. i wouldn't even notice them.

    and another thing. since we're on the subject. i hate that since i'm single i often get left out of things just because i'm single. i'm sick of dinners and double dates that only married or engaged people are invited to. its like all of a sudden, you're married so you can only relate to other people who are married? i know that i'm enough on my own. i don't need a "better" half to be more fun or interesting.

    ok, so maybe this is just about me being seceretly bitter. (i know that thats what people will think if anyone reads this) but i don't feel bitter. i don't sit at home wishing that i had a boyfriend or that i, too, was getting married like everyone else. if that were true then i'd go out and get a boyfriend. i know where people go to get them. i know how it happens. but i want it to be natural, and at the right time. that is clearly not now.

    so, to the flirty girls. remember what you have and be thankful for it. don't go wondering "what if". have eyes for him only. as for the marrieds- don't ignore me just because i'm single. and if you're only going to hang out with me when your other couple friends are busy, then don't even bother, but at least have the decency to tell me that you'd rather hang out with more than one person at a time. you are, after all so much more busy now that there are two of you.

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2006-09-20 00:24 (link)

I found that this summer, with my friends who were "coupled". They couldn't split, even at a social function. It was like if they did they'd both die. I find it kind of suffocating, the couple-cult and it's just begining for me: (All my friends pairing off).


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