Thursday, December 12, 2013

Splendid F***in' Week

Had plans with a friend, those got cancelled.

Then tonight, I texted someone I had thought was a good friend, and got back a "Who's this?".

For starters, who deletes contacts these days, when you can have an unlimited number of them?

Second, who deletes a number, and someone off Facebook and Skype, and doesn't say a word to them, or give them a reason as to why they are doing so.



Truthfully, reading back those last two words, it's better for me to not be associated with people like that.

I can't even begin to delve into the mindset of why someone would eliminate someone entirely from their life, without giving a reason.

Falling outs over time. Understandable.

Fights. Understandable.

We were talking a few days ago just fine, and suddenly, (as HOVA likes to say) poof -- vamoose, son of a bitch.

I know it's been 5-6 weeks since my last post. But if I never post again, at least people may begin to get an understanding of where things sped-up down the slope.

Updated (literally two minutes after posting):

Got a text from a third person, telling me basically: "It has been nice knowing you. Have a nice life."

Come on, bring it on world!

I'm gonna at least go out in style...


  1. What are you doing to drive people away??

    1. The better question may be, what can I do to bring people in?

  2. You may be right, but it's semantics really. People don't usually leave a good thing. If it's one person, fine, but everyone in your life? That screams to me that there's something wrong in how you interact (or don't interact) with them.

    1. For starters, I never said "everyone in my life"...did I?

      But on that note...I didn't have that many to begin with, so it actually is the last few in there.

      Splendid :)

    2. It was intuited. :-S

      So ya, you gotta figure out how to "bring people in" and keep them there. I know it's way easier said than done, but whoever said life was easy? It's just that we do have to do everything in our power to be that ideal person. You can't just blame everyone else.

    3. Again...when did I blame anyone else?

    4. Calling people names connotes blame. Am I wrong?

    5. I wasn't calling this person that name, I was "intuiting" it.
      I was stating what people who do actions like that, are.

    6. So then you are putting blame on this person rather than taking any responsibility for the situation. If you thought that in any possible way you were responsible you wouldn't "intuit" that this person is this...vilification.

    7. No. I was in no way responsible for this person stopping to message me, and removing me from Skype and Facebook.
      And now, a week later, I still have no reason or known cause, as to why they did it.

    8. You have no reason or known cause so how do you know you're in no way responsible?? All I'm saying is that you can't put everything on everyone else. Sure, it's easiest to do that, but where does that get you? A whole lot of resentment and in no way closer to resolving anything. There must be some sort of explanation...


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