I have this “problem”(I’m not sure if it really is a problem or not?) where I hate being generalized, lol. Is it just me? A few examples:
I’ve never seen that WongFu video “Strangers, Again.” because I don’t like seeing a video that generalizes relationships. I have no idea what it’s about so maybe I shouldn’t count this point, hahaha. There are things that happen in relationships that seem to happen in a bunch of relationships, but I know for a fact that most people would watch that video and TRY to associate the phases with stuff that happened in their life, which kind of irks me even though I try not to care that much about other peoples lives.
When we get into relationships, do we really need a “guideline” for how things should happen? I honestly don’t think so. You should just have your own thing. I always say this. Whenever someone asks me for relationship advice, I just give them my perspective on things, which is good enough advice I guess. I just tell them about my relationship, but what good is that gonna help? That’s my relationship, lol. I can’t set up a guideline for your relationship. YOU and your significant other have to set that. Don’t look at what everyone else has. You’re the one who has the ability to change things, not other people.
This has been in my drafts for months. I don’t remember why I titled this one “/hipster”, lol. I haven’t had anything to blog about, so I decided to add to it and publish, hahaha.
So most of you know, we three live together at Cal Poly in a 4 room apartment. So our 4th roommate Sam says the most RIDICULOUS things to us and we do not understand why. He does this on a daily basis so we decided to make a twitter account dedicated to ALL of his random and unnecessary comments towards us. Follow the account @ShirtlessSam and behold who we are living with.
John Deere. Wtf hahahah.