Just to let everyone know, this is the same person who posts an incessant number of Bully Maguire memes in the worst edit ideas thread.
I think I posted a single video of that once. I did not post “an incessant number”. Certainly less times then you’ve posted about this one really specific trauma without elaborating upon it in any meaningful way. Saying it won’t make it go away, nor will it make people excuse anything you do because of it. If you’re actually open to dealing with it so you can move on with your life than by all means do so but you don’t seem open to that. You can’t live in the past, as much as you might want to.
So I think it’s only fair if I ask this question: How old are you now?
I asked you first, you answer first, then I’ll gladly answer. Besides, I’m asking in an attempt to help you. You’re asking in an attempt to belittle me.
You’re crying because you can’t get a date. I’m not the one who’s being a child here.
Keep projecting, kid.
If you’re looking for something more than that from a relationship, then good! I wish more people had that mindset when dating. But don’t assume that everyone else is thinking the same thing you are.
Fair enough, maybe others are more shallow than you and I.
My friend broke up with his girlfriend of several years a while back, was real down about it, but within a month or two was already talking up girls. He just got back from going to the other end of country with a new girl and it hasn’t even been 6 months since his breakup.
I find it odd that you think those two things don’t involve bragging to people when they both involve putting your significant other on a pedestal and feeding you unrealistic fantasies about love.
Putting people on a pedestal isn’t bragging about them really. I guess it’s bragging about someone else to yourself? It’s not really what I’d consider bragging, at any rate. It’s not about inflating your own ego.
When people were reading Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey, were they not bragging? If not, then explain Team Edward.
How is rooting for a particular ending the same as bragging? I guess you could argue they brag when their side wins? Regardless, the point of romance fiction is to get a taste of what it feels like to be in love, not to get a taste of the associated status. Or at least, that’s what I’d expect from romance fiction and all I’ve ever seen from it