Does anyone else feel like a “filler friend”? Like you just sit there, never contributing to the conversation, and when you do, no one notices. You don’t really have a purpose or do anything and kinda just sit there existing. No one ever invites you ever or asks to do anything with you, and people even make group plans right in front of you and neglect your presence. It’s not that anyone means for this to happen it kinda just does?
This is every friendship I have…
I’d cut my soul into a million different pieces just to form a constellation to light your way home.
I’d write love poems to the parts of yourself
you can’t stand.
I’d stand in the shadows of your heart and tell you
I’m not afraid of your dark.
God damn this is perfect
I kind of hoped I wouldn’t find myself relating to this, but at this point I’m done fooling myself and I’m nothing but a big waste of time to everyone I care about.
I fucking hate this
Words mean nothing, people. If someone says one thing and then behaves in any other way, they’ve lied to you. God damn it, fuck it all to hell.
I was ‘bout to post my onion but then I remembered it’s tumblr and someone somewhere would find a way to make what I’m saying seem more problematic that it actually is
Reblog if you want anonymous questions.
Anonymous asked: Is there any logical reason for modesty?
Modesty is constructive, so long as it’s a result of being honest with oneself, it will yield the subtle, but rational insecurity, that compels an acute sensitivity to the various processes of environmental phenomena and social interactions, resulting in education. One might otherwise neglect considering essential factors in the arrogance of assumed security.
On the other hand, modesty as a method of feigning ignorance due to the fear of disapproval, is deceptive, squanders potential for seizing opportunity, as well as denies us efficient coexistence in the resulting anti-communicative social persona’s it sustains.