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* · 3 weeks ago on quote 7077110
The way you worded your question, it sounds like you've made up your mind, and you just want confirmation that it's the right choice. Nobody can say for certain, but know this: you'll never have the same bond with any two people, and that is a good thing, so don't hold onto that and don't let it hold you back.
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* · 3 weeks ago on quote 7077142
I don't. He isn't trying to waste your time (the fact that he's honest about his feelings proves that. Do you know how hard it is to find a dude that'll flat out say something so simple and yet telling?) and he isn't necessarily afraid of commitment; he may be open to something serious but it isn't all he's after. He understands that it's okay not to see a future spouse in every person you give your time and affections. He's probably taking life at his own pace and isn't in a rush to settle down - and nothing is wrong with this mindset in your teens and twenties, as you should be your own biggest priority in these years (some people in their thirties and forties still feel this way, too - after all, it is not a life goal of everyone to end up married). Sometimes we get so caught up on one specific end result that we avoid something we aren't certain will give it to us, and in limiting yourself like this you could miss out on great happiness.
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* · 1 month ago on quote 7077114
): Hearing about his death messed with my weekend, I couldn't stop thinking about it. Glad his music will live on, especially Hey Brother - always listening to that one. </3
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musicure · 4 weeks ago on quote 7077114
yeah i agree D:
having grown up with a lot of his songs it was a bit of a knife to the heart.
Hey brother was a classic, i also loved 'the nights'- i listened back to it after i heard the news and it's pretty crazy how the song fit into his own situation, it's the one that goes ''one day you'll leave this world behind so live a life you will remember''... he definitely achieved that :P
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* · 1 month ago on quote 7077098
I'm so glad you have plans to get back into this when you can, I've enjoyed your writing for a long time. (:
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* · 2 months ago on quote 7076821
Happy birthday dear! ❤️
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Whysitgottabeme · 2 months ago on quote 7076821
Thank you!
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* · 3 months ago on quote 7076750
💓💗💖💓💗💖
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* · 3 months ago on quote 7076536
Ikr, pastel colors are the prettiest. 😍
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* · 3 months ago on quote 7076438
Absolutely. My profile is always open to messages! Or would you rather me write on yours?
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* · 3 months ago on quote 7076514
Congratulations and blessings for a happy future
together 💗💝
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* · 4 months ago on quote 7076438
I lost my grandmother, who I was very close to, to pancreatic cancer last May, and I recently had my first birthday without her, so I know it's hard. But I also know they'd be proud of us for continuing our lives, even if we don't necessarily want to and even if they're vastly different without them. Your grandpa will never leave you, he's in your memories and in your very blood: he's helped make you who you are. So please take care of yourself for him, and for everyone else who loves you here on earth.
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marcsbabygirl7112017* · 3 months ago on quote 7076438
thank you so much for your kind words. i honestly didn't think anyone would comment on this. would you mind if i followed you and we talked more about this?

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* · 3 months ago on quote 7076438
Absolutely. My profile is always open to messages! Or would you rather me write on yours?
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* · 6 months ago on quote 7075848
I take it as a compliment that my thoughts reached you in that way. Bless you. 💔
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* · 7 months ago on quote 7075564
I love the Centipede, I had a bit of a crush on him as a little kid.... hehe. He's so crude and funny. He is my no. 1. Miss Spider is my favorite female, and I feel a little bad saying that because Miss Ladybug is such a doll and reminded me of my paternal grandmother. My sister and I might be dressing up as them (Mr. Centipede & Miss Spider) for Halloween, I suggested it and am excited at the prospect. I will of course show you pictures if it happens.
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Novaturient* · 7 months ago on quote 7075564
Don't we all? lmao (:
(I had a big crush on the Giant peach, I love food)
I know right! Haha. Especially, when Centipede was sculpting the peach with everyone in the movie, and his love of boots.
I can see why. Miss Spider is such sweet motherly figure to James, along with Miss Lady bug.
Yessss, I bet you two will rock the look.
Did you and your sister have a bit of nostalgia with the story?
I'm super pumped for Halloween!
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* · 7 months ago on quote 7075564
You're making me feel like a bad person now!! They're all undoubtedly interesting and likable but I definitely had/have a favorite.
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Novaturient* · 7 months ago on quote 7075564
Lmfao, it's not you, haha, I just never thought about that question from the book as a kid.
I'm going to go with James and Centipede
What about you? haha
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* · 7 months ago on quote 7075564
I love the Centipede, I had a bit of a crush on him as a little kid.... hehe. He's so crude and funny. He is my no. 1. Miss Spider is my favorite female, and I feel a little bad saying that because Miss Ladybug is such a doll and reminded me of my paternal grandmother. My sister and I might be dressing up as them (Mr. Centipede & Miss Spider) for Halloween, I suggested it and am excited at the prospect. I will of course show you pictures if it happens.
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Novaturient* · 7 months ago on quote 7075564
Don't we all? lmao (:
(I had a big crush on the Giant peach, I love food)
I know right! Haha. Especially, when Centipede was sculpting the peach with everyone in the movie, and his love of boots.
I can see why. Miss Spider is such sweet motherly figure to James, along with Miss Lady bug.
Yessss, I bet you two will rock the look.
Did you and your sister have a bit of nostalgia with the story?
I'm super pumped for Halloween!
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* · 8 months ago on quote 7075564
I've loved that movie and book ever since I was 4! Who's your favorite?
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Novaturient* · 8 months ago on quote 7075564
I can't pick favorites. They're all such a big loving family. Noooo haha.
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* · 7 months ago on quote 7075564
You're making me feel like a bad person now!! They're all undoubtedly interesting and likable but I definitely had/have a favorite.
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Novaturient* · 7 months ago on quote 7075564
Lmfao, it's not you, haha, I just never thought about that question from the book as a kid.
I'm going to go with James and Centipede
What about you? haha
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* · 7 months ago on quote 7075564
I love the Centipede, I had a bit of a crush on him as a little kid.... hehe. He's so crude and funny. He is my no. 1. Miss Spider is my favorite female, and I feel a little bad saying that because Miss Ladybug is such a doll and reminded me of my paternal grandmother. My sister and I might be dressing up as them (Mr. Centipede & Miss Spider) for Halloween, I suggested it and am excited at the prospect. I will of course show you pictures if it happens.
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Novaturient* · 7 months ago on quote 7075564
Don't we all? lmao (:
(I had a big crush on the Giant peach, I love food)
I know right! Haha. Especially, when Centipede was sculpting the peach with everyone in the movie, and his love of boots.
I can see why. Miss Spider is such sweet motherly figure to James, along with Miss Lady bug.
Yessss, I bet you two will rock the look.
Did you and your sister have a bit of nostalgia with the story?
I'm super pumped for Halloween!
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* · 8 months ago on quote 7075430
You don't owe anyone who continually hurts you and makes you unhappy an explanation for your absence, and it is wonderful that you're actively trying to help yourself (and going about it gently), but anyone that you don't want to lose completely, I would let them know. Tell them you need some space for now, but that you will come back eventually and that you'd like for them to still be there when you do because you value their friendship. It doesn't have to be long-winded and sappy, especially if you're uncomfortable with showy affection and/or don't have the energy, but if they're genuinely good to you, they at least deserve to not wonder if they did something wrong. This is how you make sure your sister isn't all you have. And if no one gets it and you do end up losing all the people you hang out with, they weren't true friends and it will be all the more clear who is important in your life. After all, you don't live with the others; you live with her. She sees more of you, good and bad, than they ever could, and she's never stopped loving you. Life is short and crazy, so I hope you do get to a point where you can verbally express how special she is to you while you still have the chance. I wish you well, sweet soul.
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* · 8 months ago on quote 7075430
This is sweet. I'm the very same way with my younger sister, she knows how I regard her and feels the same. We're practically four years apart and have fundamentally different personalities but she makes an honest effort to understand me, as I do her, and we have the best conversations. Our rooms are right next door and we can randomly walk into the other's without fear of being kicked out. She does my makeup, we share clothes and advice, we watch movies and go shopping together, I've tried one of her favorite vegetarian dishes and made her proud. We rarely fight and are quick to make amends. Our relationship wasn't always like this, mind, but it has become so over the last... three? - At least? - years because we've bonded over our strained relationship with our dad (sadly) and I've felt forsaken by my school and childhood friends. (They express no desire to see me and few even speak to me at all these days.) It is sometimes lonely with only one true friend who isn't quite my age, but I've come to accept and embrace that she is the one that matters most. We share blood, many stances on political/social issues, and some of the same pain in our day to day lives. The love is mutual, unconditional and evolving. I've decided she will be my maid of honor in my wedding someday, and the godmother to at least one of my children, and that decision won't be swayed or regretted. I apologize that this comment is lengthy, I'm just pleased to relate so well on this matter. TL;DR: Sisters are a great blessing and we should hold onto them. ♥♥♥
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Dudu* · 8 months ago on quote 7075430
Aw I'm so glad you could relate to this and that your relationship with her has gotten so much better. I'm the same with the school friends, except I'm the one who's been distancing myself...although I feel like I have no other choice? Idk, I'm trying to do what's best for my mental health and remove anymore unnecessary stressors. But that's a daunting path for me so I'm taking it slow. I hope I can get to the embracing stage quickly though, idk why but I'm still to embarrassed to tell my sister. One day though, I guess I have embraced it internally to some extent. I just hope she's not all I have
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* · 8 months ago on quote 7075430
You don't owe anyone who continually hurts you and makes you unhappy an explanation for your absence, and it is wonderful that you're actively trying to help yourself (and going about it gently), but anyone that you don't want to lose completely, I would let them know. Tell them you need some space for now, but that you will come back eventually and that you'd like for them to still be there when you do because you value their friendship. It doesn't have to be long-winded and sappy, especially if you're uncomfortable with showy affection and/or don't have the energy, but if they're genuinely good to you, they at least deserve to not wonder if they did something wrong. This is how you make sure your sister isn't all you have. And if no one gets it and you do end up losing all the people you hang out with, they weren't true friends and it will be all the more clear who is important in your life. After all, you don't live with the others; you live with her. She sees more of you, good and bad, than they ever could, and she's never stopped loving you. Life is short and crazy, so I hope you do get to a point where you can verbally express how special she is to you while you still have the chance. I wish you well, sweet soul.
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* · 8 months ago on quote 7075380
Too relevant. The feels are killin me
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XxX2000sxVampirexEmoxXx* · 8 months ago on quote 7075380
:(
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* · 8 months ago on quote 7074908
And it probably goes without saying that I was even fonder of the boy than I was of his sisters. He held/holds a very special place in my heart, as we spent the most time together (and funny enough, he was the last of the four that I met). We clicked instantly, I don't know what it was.
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* · 8 months ago on quote 7074908
His parents were not good together but they kept gravitating back to each other, and when they were together they'd constantly have verbal fights that sometimes turned physical. As a result, they weren't very attentive and the kids (he has three sisters) often got hurt, either because they unwittingly got in the middle of the scuffle or because they were doing their own thing, left to their own devices. They'd come in on different occasions with dirty hair, diaper rash, a bladder infection, superficial cuts and bruises (the boy once had to get stitches for a deeper forehead wound), and hungry for food and loving attention. They just weren't provided with proper amounts of what they needed. Over the Christmas break last year their parents got in one of their frequent disagreements; this time it was loud enough for a neighbor to hear and be concerned enough to call child services, as they knew four small children lived in the house. So, their mother took them and fled to an adjacent town where a family member lives, and they were pulled out of the school I work at. It was very sudden and unexpected. I had such a hard time after hearing what happened because I loved them so much and had been so touched by their sweet personalities and the sad story of their home life. It's still so hard to let go, to accept I will likely never see them again. I have gotten better at not letting it strongly affect me daily, but it still hurts. I still get emotional sometimes. I still think about them and pray for them multiple times every single day. I know I have no control over what happens to them, that they're not my responsibility and that it wasn't "professional" to get attached, but that hasn't stopped my heart from breaking and my mind from worrying, you know? They meant so much to me; we needed each other for different but fundamentally similar reasons and I will never, can never, forget them. I'm thankful for my memories and photographs but I long for more. This has really shown me children don't have to come from your womb to feel wholly yours.
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* · 8 months ago on quote 7075208
Excuse me ''I guess''
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