Opposite sexes, relationships, what we’re doing with the rest of our lives, yadda yadda yadda. Typical Saturday night? I like that we can stay up and talk all night. It’s probably the only time I don’t dislike 3AM.
All my friends are single (tisk tisk.) What I admire most about them is that they don’t whine about relationships. I don’t understand why people are so obsessed with the thought of being in love, it’s like they crave it. You talk it up so much and only hurt yourselves ten times more. Maybe you just need better friends! But anyways, it’s not like we’re scared of commitment, far from it…we’re obviously very much in tune to each others lives. and it’s not like we don’t know what being in a relationship is like, we just know what we don’t want.
After a big debate about why this or that didn’t work, I didn’t have much to contribute. I say it’s a good thing to know why anything didn’t work, because you learn from it. For example, someone is too clingy, we fought all the time, or you couldn’t be yourself. Those are very good reasons to end a relationship but what about looking back and realizing nothing was wrong? How do you build from that? Is there really such a thing as “too perfect.” and If there is, you and me are still asking ourselves, “Why didn’t it work?”
all I need is the air I breathe, and a place to rest my head.