i’ve always said if i were an animal i’d be an otter(‘:
that’s true, it goes both ways,(:
i honestly do think that’s a large part in why i don’t hang out with a lot of people my age. everyone in high school just seems so concerned with gossip, and silly little things that really don’t concern me. i have no interest in who “made out” with whom. i’m going to college next semester and i’m more interested in the real world.
thank you for answering! i was looking for feedback;
but that’s the thing, i hatee being dependable and revolving my entire life around someone. i’ve had literally one girl ask me to go do something with her, and i went with her, even though my boyfriend wanted to see me. i told him that i would see him another time and that i wanted to have a night with my friend and he understood. i’ve been with my boyfriend for a year and a half, so i’m not in the “infatuated” crazy stage where all i wanna do is see my boyfriend everyday and he’s all i ever talk about,
the thing that’s bothering me the most is that i don’t even get the invites anymore to go out, so i couldn’t even “ditch them for him” in the first place, not that i ever would.
what do people think is so ‘different’ about people when they’re in relationships? they’re still the same person, except maybe a slightly less depressed or slutty version. but apparently everyone else thinks girls with boyfriends are the new antichrist.
when my boyfriend and I broke up it was all ‘oh let’s hang out’ ‘come to this party’ ‘can I come over after work’. I almost had no time to myself, I had more than a handful of girlfriends, but since I’ve been in a relationship again, I haven’t seen all but one of them. I hang out with my boyfriend and his ‘boys’ every weekend.
I don’t know if the girls were just being overly friendly cause they thought I needed support during a breakup, or if they just assume I’m busy now that I have a boyfriend, and even though his friends are really sweet and nice to me, it still really sucks that I don’t even get invited to go out with the girls anymore.