Thursday, January 5, 2012

A little hint.

I have been pondering (quite a bit about everything, but that's not the point...) about when I get mad at people. It's not what you think...
I have been pondering mostly about some of the close friends I have now that I have been in huge fights with. One of them told me I was destroying someones life, another broke my best friends heart... Things like that (if these people are reading this I want you to know, I honestly don't care anymore). And I have been thinking of why we are friends.
So maybe that's what you were thinking... But I decided I would give some people a little hint about me.
As you may have seen me mention before, I don't hold grudges. I think I have said it somewhere on my blog... If not, I don't. I really can only stay mad about something for a week, maybe two (when I try to stay mad). I have just trained myself to get over it, and I do. Back to what we were saying before... Oh yeah.
So I don't hold grudges against people, and so when things like I mentioned before happen, I move on pretty quick, I just don't care enough to talk to the person. So here is hint number one. If you just start talking to me like nothing happened, eventually we will be friends again. That's what happened with all these other friends, and now they are some of my closest. So just start by gradually saying hi, things like that then it's like it never happened. I think another reason this works, is I'm not a big enough jerk to ignore someone who says hi. Even when I try, I can't.
Okay, moving on. Another thing I noticed, is I never say no to someone who asks me to dance. Even if I really don't want to. Here is why; I took ballroom. My teacher hammered this into us like nothing else. She said something like this: "don't ever say no to a boy when he asks you to a dance, or on a date. Because, you have no idea how much they had to work to get that courage to ask you, and there is nothing worse than being shot down." it probably wasn't exactly that, but that's the basics. I'm sure there are some exceptions to saying no... But when it comes to dances, I will never, ever say no. So this is a good way to talk to me if I am ever giving one of you guys the silent treatment.
So this was really pointless, but recently I have had no ideas of what to write about. Any ideas?

1 comment:

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