But really, I'm a cartoonist. I draw, screenwrite, and adore animation. I also philosophize from time to time, and take great interest in psychology and martial arts. I'm semi-misanthropic, and I find it silly that weed is still stigmatized. At the core, I'm just a weird dork.
Life is but a stage, and we are merely its performers. Make the show interesting before the curtains close for good.
I am totally into muscular women. And if they’re tall…good GOD is that a bonus.
Not returning calls/texts is one of the worst things you can do. It’s incredibly selfish because you’re basically doing something that makes YOU feel a bit better (by being non-confrontational, thereby not being the “bad guy”) while making someone else feel a LOT worse by keeping them on pins and needles.
Some people may try to rationalize by saying that they’re letting the other person down easy or something along those lines. Nope. It’s just you being a selfish coward.
If you’re not interested, just say so. If the other party keeps contacting you, then the blame game shifts to them. But not before.”
is having a family full of workout-aholics. We are OBSESSED with the gym. Nutrition, exercise, and lots of water — the key to looking and feeling young for a long time!
I’ve noticed that a lot of people tend to become assholes once they enter a relationship. Suddenly, their partner is the only person that matters. Friendships are easily brushed aside and abandoned, because “fuck you, I’m in love and couldn’t be happier!”
I once had a friend completely delete me from her life because she was getting married to some dude she had met months prior (versus the almost-decade old friendship her & I had at the time). The relationship failed, of course, and only then did I find a detailed apology awaiting in my inbox. This person and I had a supposedly tight friendship, and yet an under-developed relationship changed all of that in a heartbeat’s notice.
So basically, people are selfish, and said selfishness is sometimes accentuated by happiness, which for many people is optimized by being in love. When certain people are in relationships, they enter a mental place where no one except their mate truly matters…not even the people who’ve had their backs for years. Sad.
I once had a humanities teacher tell me that the opposite of love is not hate, but indifference.
Now, years later, I think back on it…and I’m inclined to disagree.
Indifference is to take a neutral position on a matter. You aren’t for or against it. You couldn’t care less…
To CARE whatsoever would be the opposite of indifference, would it not? If indifference is having no emotional regard for something, then surely the opposite wouldn’t be loving it per se, but rather having some level of emotional interest at all, be it positive or negative.
For example, if I hate someone SO much that I make efforts to sabotage their life, then I’m investing emotion into that person. I’m not indifferent to their fate, because I care enough to WANT something bad to happen to them. To be indifferent to that person would mean that I don’t care what becomes of their life.
If you love someone, then you have positive feelings for that person. If you hate someone, then you have negative feelings for that person. But if you are indifferent, then you just don’t care. To care at all would logically pose as the opposite of indifference…but that’s just how I’ve assessed the whole thing. Any thoughts?
Every time I log into a social media site, I’m reminded of two things: how simple-minded the general populace is, and how much I aspire to become affluent. Money may not be the key to happiness, but it sure as hell loosens the door quite a fuckin’ bit.