• To the Oh-So-Perfects

    by  • February 17, 2012 • * Safe for Work *, To You • 2 Comments

    I almost pity you.
    The people you ignore because they don’t fit into your perfect little world are a dozen times more interesting than you.
    You don’t see it. Nobody wants to hear about your day, your life, your thoughts, when you put yourself in that box. Nobody actually cares about you when you’re fake. It’s the losers with the stories.
    We can sit around a camp fire telling adventure stories, hilarious stories, because we don’t limit ourselves to what you find acceptable. We can enjoy Star Trek, or Harry Potter, and I mean actually enjoy them, not claim to like ’em like y’all do to seem cute.
    What can you do in your little bubble of perfection?
    Yeah, I almost pity you.
    Then I realize, I care less about you than you do me. I’m fine being a leftover. I’m fine being the one almost nobody wants.
    It’s who I am.

    2 Responses to To the Oh-So-Perfects

    1. haha
      February 17, 2012 at 4:13 pm

      I wonder if you don’t care for them or want to be like them why on heaven’s name write a letter that is about THEM? after all from the abundance of our hearts our mouths speak. It seems a bit contradictory to me. Check your motives.

    2. me
      February 17, 2012 at 4:34 pm

      There are no perfect people. I’m sure that some people looking at me would assume that I’m an oh-so-perfect. In reality I’m pretty screwed up. Have you ever thought that maybe the person refuses to be around you because of the vibes they are getting from you. Plus, don’t view yourself as a leftover. People choose to hangout with others that have the same interests as them. If they choose not to be around you it is not because you are a leftover. It is because they have a hard time communicating with you. They don’t know what to talk about because their life experiences may not be similar to yours. Maybe they can’t open up and trust people. Maybe they are immature and judgmental. But if they are I wouldn’t label them as oh-so-perfect. Hopefully, they grow out of that phase. It could also be reasons that are out of their control. Maybe they can’t hang out with you because they are too busy dealing with other problems in their life. My point is that no one is perfect. You may be surprised that the person who lives in that oh-so-perfect state is hiding. They may face a great deal of pain and stress. But they try to bear each day and be positive. That doesn’t make them fake. There are no fake people unless they are truly plastic. We all put on facades and I’m sure that you do too. It is a way to protect yourself. Maybe they put that facade on around you because when they are around you they feel attacked and judged. Just a thought.

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