"I don't think that being a strong person is about ignoring your emotions and fighting your feelings. Putting on a brave face doesn't mean you're a brave person. That's why everybody in my life knows everything that I'm going through. I can't hide anything from them. People need to realise that being open isn't the same as being weak."

- Taylor Swift

Sunday, November 07, 2010

For the last goddamn time I DON'T HATE MEN!

Pour exemple, all my favourite teachers are men. And no, they're not my favourite teachers just because they're men, you sick twisted people :).

Pour exemple, I have a lot of male friends. They're not douchepackers like the men boys idiots that I have dated.

I know that the amount of douchepackers is small and decreasing, but even one douchepacker of any sex in this world can have devastating impact. And believe it or not, I don't write all that stuff about guys without reason. Don't you think it would take a pretty stuffed up chick who has had some pretty stuffed up experiences to write stuff like that?

As for me only ever writing about douchepacker dudes, that is not true. Please don't say that. I go through lulls, I know, but I do make an effort to vary the subject topic of my blog, believe it or not.

And last of all, this is my blog. Unbelievably, I don't write so that people can call me a male-hating bitch. My blog only represents a certain part of me, an outlet to things I cannot say but I can write of, like my ever-increasing frustration with certain members of the male sex. I don't write (much) about sunshine and daisies and how we're all good little children who live in a happy, happy world because a) that's not true b) it's boring and c) that's all I'm ever allowed to say, so why would I write about it too?


Mermaid said...

I lol'd

Keep up the good work (y) keeps me entertained on a Sunday afternoon.

Go to a spa, spas are nice.

Adelaide Dupont said...

"Don't you think it would take a pretty stuffed up chick who has had some pretty stuffed up experiences to write stuff like that?"

To write with reason, or to write without reason? And in what sense "stuffed-up": the "chick" or the experiences?

(Non-stuffed-up chicks have these experiences too. It's important to voice them and name them).

And, thank you again, for writing about what you observe and for sticking to it.

Good to see a new reader on Teenage Dreams, Mermaid. I love spas.

Especially on days when the sun is brighter than bright and the daisies are full of allergy-causing pollen.