Hello single person who lives in a state of freedom and sustained woe. Who’s mind jumps from “I wanna be married!” … to… “I love being single” … to … “Why can’t I find the right guy/gal?” in less time than it takes for dancing with the stars to start a new season.
You ponder the question: “Is there something wrong with me?”
Weeeellllll, now that you ask…
Yes. Yes, there is something wrong with you. Let’s take a look at that, shall we?
Do you find it annoying if you’re at the movies and a little child sitting near you complains through the entire movie? How about when you’re at work and you hear an annoying sound that repeats over and over again, but you just can’t seem to locate where it’s coming from to make it stop? How’s about when you’re lying in bed at night and a cricket begins chirping in the room, so you get up and try to locate it, but you can’t find it?
I got news for ya.
You’re the complaining child, the annoying sound and the chirping cricket all bundled together in one big bag of emotionally incoherent pig slop!!
Thhhaaaaaat’s right. You single people are annoying!
Your singleness should be embraced as freedom. Freedom to enjoy the life that you have to come and go freely with no one…NO ONE…to hold you back. Freedom to enjoy exploring the world and all it has to offer. Freedom to hang. Freedom to speak. Freedom to be free!
You complain about being single. Alone. Separated from the world. And you complain about not being loved, but have you ever tried LOVING someone first? hrrmm…there’s a thought!
Truth is…you’re only alone because you didn’t take the time to get out and try new things and meet new people. You’re alone because you have a mental disorder that plagues you. A disorder that makes you think you’re in a horrible state of affairs, but you’re really not, because you’re living in freedom.
Your mental disorder forces you into a frame of mind that makes you think you deserve someone better than what you really deserve. I mean, let’s face it, your extreme overbite, earwax build up and inability to construct a proper sentence don’t exactly make you the world’s best mate!
Furthermore, the fact that you whine as much as you do about not having someone really shows a bit of desperation about you and it’s quite pathetic.
Let’s be honest here, who wants to be with a desperate, unloving, selfish, egotist who only thinks about their own needs above the needs of others?
Single, desperate, whiny people are pathetic.