… of a guy telling and showing off all the nice things he did for a girl. If a guy does that, he’s not really nice to the girl. He’s already viewing his actions as an accomplishment, not really something special he did for the girl.
Recently I Keep Listening To This Paramore Song Over and Over Again
If someone would ask me my favorite Paramore song, it would be Franklin. I never get tired of listening to this song and I’d play it in loop most of the time.
The song is very felt from the heart. I could tell how much the band loves their hometown Franklin, Tennessee. All the lyrics truly described how much they wish they can go back to the past, but they can’t anymore now that they are different persons from their past selves.
I’d listen to this song when I want to remember my High School life, where I met my bros for life and where we had all the fun times and hard trials we went through as a class that made us form a strong brotherhood. I wish I can go back to High School and wear my Blue and Beige uniform again, hear the school bell and sit in the B classroom with all the other forty-one retards (in a good way) and do crazy stuff again like playing Air Basketball, getting “cleared” in the chest, or do not really crazy stuff but still fun like jamming with the guitar and having heart-to-heart bro talks and laughs during recess and lunch time. Everything we did, I miss it.
But this is reality. We all have to move on. We can’t stay in one place forever.
"Could you remind me of a time when we were so alive? Do you remember that?"
So a while ago, I tried to “talk” to the girlfriend of one of my high school friends. Both of them said they miss me, so yeah, I tried to get in touch with one of them.
I tried to start a conversation by asking her a favor, and I was expecting a reaction that would make her say something like “Whut? What’s happening?” or something like that. Anything that would lead to a conversation.
The conversation went like this:
Me: Tell ____ I am judging her.
Girl: =))))))))0 ok
—-End of Conversation—-
Well, I didn’t really have the effort to continue the conversation. How could I reply to an “ok”? And besides, she was the one who said she missed me and commented why do I not tell stories anymore during a simple reunion we had weeks ago. Well, I tried, or maybe it was a little bit to discreet as a conversation starter. But either way, it didn’t feel like she missed me at all.
I was always online, and sure I may be the guy, and guys should start the conversation, but we’re friends, so it shouldn’t matter who started the conversation. She could’ve messaged me, but she’s too busy with her boyfriend. Another reason why I don’t feel like talking to her. She wouldn’t really make time for me.
I don’t want my friends drifting away from me, but this is bullcrap. I don’t talk anymore? Yeah, right. She misses me? Yeah, right.
People are so used to putting emoticons in their messages that whenever they receive a emoticon-less message, most of the time they assume that the sender is mad.
This is why I don’t text or internet chat that much anymore. Well, only to people I’m close with that I can tell the real tone of their voice whether they use an emoticon or not. I prefer knowing people in person. Electronic gadgets are a facade to the expressions of how people say things, and we can’t really know a person when there is a barrier in between. And sometimes, emoticons are used to disguise the real feelings of the person.
It’s better to see a person’s true reaction to whatever you’re saying.
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