Why do people think that it’s okay to put others down? Are people really so immaturely insecure with them selves that they have to go out of their way to make other people feel bad? I don’t fucking get it. Does calling me ugly, fat, rude, stupid, bitchy really do anything for you? Does it make you a better person?
You can call me whatever you want, go ahead and tell me what a terrible person I am. Your words don’t phase me because I know who I am and I know the truth; that I am NOT a terrible person and, in fact, you probably don’t even know shit about me. But just because I don’t care doesn’t change the fact that other people do, especially people who don’t need that kind of crap. Everyday people go on formspring and tumblr and whatever other bullshit websites out there with the option to be anonymous and say shit to people that they might not even know. Odds are, you don’t even know them, but that doesn’t stop you from saying you’re ugly, you’re stupid, you’re fat, I don’t like you, and even worse stuff that I’m not even going to mention because it doesn’t even fucking matter. But the sad thing is that to some people, it does matter.
Does it make you feel better about yourself, does it make you feel happy for two seconds? I really have no idea what would motivate someone to say rude things to another person without thinking about the consequences or the toll that it might take on the victim. Maybe what you say to me won’t make me go inflict pain upon myself or torture myself for not being perfect, but some people will. You can call them ugly, you can call them fat, you can say one word to them and they might go up to their rooms and try to kill themselves or cut themselves and you would have no fucking idea because all you care about is making yourself feel good. What you say effects people so much more than you think it does. They’re not going to admit how what you say to them makes them feel, they’re just going to cry to themselves and fill their mind with such a lack of confidence that they’re never going to be able to see the real them anymore. All they’ll see when they look at themselves in the mirror is the image of what you’re saying they are. They dig themselves into such deep holes where if they don’t hurt themselves, they feel even worse than when you originally talked shit to them.
So ask yourself this, are you going to be the one who tries to change it or the person who adds to it? Are you going to go to someone’s ask box when they are at their all time low and say, “Hey, you’re an ugly bitch.”? What is that going to help? Do you do this because you feel like shit about your life and you feel that talking shit about someone else is going to make you feel better? I don’t really understand it, but I think you need to shut the fuck up and deal with your own problems instead of creating problems for somebody else. If you’re going to call someone ugly or fat then you need to look at the person that you are, because the only ugly person is the one that is saying those things. And if you really think that you’re a beautiful person after you say those things to someone then you seriously need to take a look at yourself because people like you are ruining this world.
People like you are the cause of suicides, self inflictions, and disorders, and these people are never going to come up to you and say hey, it’s your fault that I’m like this, but it will be your fault and you’re not going to know about it and that’s not fair. You should be aware of your actions and know that they will have more than just a two second reaction. What you do does not only have a reaction in the moment, it has a reaction for a lifetime. And you need to understand that.