I’m really happy. I never thought it would happen this soon. Last time it took me 2 years to forget the pain, but this time it’s different.
I don’t have anyone, I haven’t since that fateful day when we broke up. At first, I wished like anything I could have a distraction, especially since I’d just moved to a different country and was all by myself, no friends, no job no life, but then, I just got over it.
I realised in the end that all this time i’ve been trying to prove to someone else that I was good enough, but why? What makes them so special? No-one’s really that great. You shouldn’t have MAKE them realise you’re worth it. Maybe if they were famous or really rich or successful or just plain amazing, but let’s face it, most people aren’t, so we don’t have to give two shits about making ourselves perfect for people that aren’t perfect themselves.
Look around you, I bet most people you know have someone right? Even the people you think are a few stone throws away from being retarded. Now if these crazy nutbags can find someone, you definitely will. You’ll probably get married and have kids and be with them for the rest of your life. THE REST OF YOUR LIFE. THE REST OF YOUR LIFE?!!! Once you find that someone (which you will) they’ll be there with you always, and while that might amazing, most people in that situation wish that they could just once do what they want to do instead of have to consider their partners feelings/opinions.
Let’s face it people, the reality of it is, that this thing called love, that euphoric feeling, will probably last for about a year, maybe three if you’re lucky. After that, you gotta work at it. There are good times and bad times, and sometimes people wish they could just throw in the towel and run away. You know why that is? It’s cos no-one’s that great. I repeat NO-ONE’S THAT GREAT. That person you were just with that you’re no longer with? Don’t put them up on that pedestal, especially when you damn well know they don’t belong there.
Single people, for crying out loud, this is your time. Your small window of opportunity, a brief gap when you’re not with someone for once, where you can do all that shit that only you want to do. Make use of it. Don’t spend it moping or pining over someone that you’re eventually going to realise is NOT THAT GREAT.
You know what you have to look forward to for the rest of your life after you find “the one”? A plain as, ordinary life: Work, husband/wife, kids, mortgage. It will happen and one day will blend into the next, and although you’ll be happy, don’t be thinking you can go and have crazy adventures “later in life” cos it ain’t going to happen. Why? because by that time you’ll be old and fussy, and you’ll refuse to sleep on any surface that doesn’t have any more that Egyptian Cotton 500 thread count, and you’ll have to take your fibre supplement pills to make sure you’re regular.
HAVE FUN! While you’re still pooping regularly at least 3 times a day. For Christ’s sake!