my anaconda doesn’t
my anaconda doesn’t
"hairless cats are disgusting!"
"hairy women are disgusting!"
hugging when two people have boobs is basically playing boob tetris.
If you were happy with the wrong person, imagine how happy you’ll be with the right one.
when you flip your calendar to january but realize that it’s still december
On the way back up to KC I had some time to reflect on things and I just caught myself marveling at the human capacity to fall out of love. Think about how extraordinary that is. Painful, yea sure, but an emotional feat to say the least. You were so intimate and close with that person, more than anyone else, and now they’re a stranger. How crazy is that? How do we just flick a switch and decide to turn all that stuff off? Think about all the contrast in emotion required to go from adoration to apathy. I don’t know, even though its kind of a sad thing I don’t want to sound more depressed than I am. Because admittedly yea, it makes me sad to think that a person who was my best friend is now a stranger to me. It sucks that I haven’t seen or heard from someone I use to talk to everyday. But people hurt you and that’s just life sometimes. You gotta be thankful for what you have and carry on. But it’s just so cool how your mind kind of compartmentalizes it and puts that person in the “stranger” folder like it’s saying to you “nah, they aren’t worth your time let me help you with that.” I don’t know I probably sound crazy but I just think that the ability to fall out of love with someone is far more amazing than the ability to fall in love with someone. And thank god for it or else we’d all be walking around wailing like we were in a Nicolas Sparks novel haha. So now that I’ve done my best to put into words how interesting this ability is, I’m gonna go ahead and put all this information back in its appropriate “folder” and carry on with my day not giving a thought to my past, but entirely looking forward excitedly at my future. ☺️🌚☺️