I'll be the first to admit that I have a lot of pet peeves. But one that will never change is how much I hate it when people act like they assume they know how someone is feeling. No. You can never know how someone is truly feeling, or how much they are hiding. Don't assume you know. Because you honestly never can.
It's been a year, but still every time I hear your name, I wonder why we are no longer friends. When did we stop talking? When did it all change? Why? I want to try to talk to you again, but a year is a long time. People change. I've changed, but I'm sure you have to. Part of me thinks that we would be better friends than ever before, but the other part it's scared that we will have both changed too much. Could it be worth the risk?
Boys in my school: Wait, have you been in this class the whole year? Pretty sure you're new here. Boys anywhere else: Let me stare at you the whole time I'm near you while you feel awkward/awesome Someone wanna explain how this makes any sense
Alright everyone, just please stop it with the offensive weight quotes. It's really rude to say that certain weights are better than others. For example: Bigger girls are more real than smaller girls. Excuse me? No. How could you possibly explain that. Weight doesn't make you better than someone else. It's not healthy to be either too heavy, or too skinny. The key is to be a healthy weight for you. Curves does not equal overweight. Skinny does not mean eating disorder. It doesn't make you're life better to be a certain weight. I'm petite, and people have accused me of being anorexic. No, this is the size I was given. Love yourself, and be proud of who you are, but do NOT put others down because they are different than you.