jueves, 9 de julio de 2009

Types of guys to avoid...and girls that always give them a chance

I always have a friend like that, the one that is beautiful, intelligent, interesting, but she just makes bad choices...
Bad choices with guys basically.
Her boyfriends in the same street would be like the weird guy dary parade.
First it was the guy that mistreated her, bossed her around (I only eat chicken breast and no dark meat) and compared her to other people, like with me once! he said she should wear her make up like mine, that she put on too much eye liner. Excuse me???? Your old, balding, fat, with no career and have a misbehaving teenager son, you're not exactly Brad Pitt.
Another example is the really old guy that not only was ugly, but he tought that he was a genius that no one could understand. So us mere mortals weren't wothy of his words hahahaha. I would say he's not a genius, just crazy and antisocial, with a little bit of a complex.
My God! There are a lot of crazy guys out there that we should avoid:
- The stalker that thinks it is romantic to "chase" you, or insist until out of desperation you say yes. Like the great catch I tell you about on my first blog, or my facebook stalker that doens't know who I am but stalks me and when I deleted him, begged me 15 times through messages to add him again, yes, that's a good idea, do more crazy things, I'll add you some day.
- The ugly guy with no future who thinks that he's a mix of Donald Trump with Brad Pitt, and he's so conviced that he makes you believe you're lucky to have him :O like the recently described ex-boyfriend of my friend.
- The one that has a girlfriend, but makes you the sweet offer to dump her if you agree to go out with him. Aawww being a substitute is such an ego booster, you have to understand, women are like cars, he can't be left without one! and you substitute the used one with a newer model.
- The one that tells you stupid pick up lines that he may have googled (pickuplines.com)...just to make out with you; (suddenly you're the love of his life after a week of knowing you, what a love story!)without thinking that NO ONE believes him really, and the girls he gets just want to kiss him anyway. He's just creating a soap opera in his mind. An example of this on real life is the most recent "boyfriend" of my friend, that told here this: TIME PASSES BY REALLY QUICK WHEN I'M WITH YOU, TA DAAAA. And then he untagged the pictures that she uploaded to facebook with him and gave her a very logical explanation: (drums) someone hacked his account, yes that, hahahahaha, so instead of closing it and making a new one, or reporting the hacker to fb staff, you just untag pictures of you and my friend, that is the best solution for hackers, what do you do if you have a virus?, I would like to know!!!!

This are just examples to avoid, this guys are out there, so beware!!! Avoid them before they suck you into the black hole!
The difference between girls are that some of us avoid them, and others don't make it! they give them a chance.
I really hope my friend understands, soon! and stops losing her time before she marries a Danny de Vitto look alike that thinks he's making her a favor...

viernes, 3 de julio de 2009

Why do we expect perfection?

Fear of the unknown...maybe the most common fear of all.
I think that around 25 we all get into a crisis and ask ourselves, are we doing everything OK, or am I a mess?
Am I a failure because I'm not what society/my family/my parents expect of me?
Should I be happy?
The last question is really stupid, but is true, we even question in our heads if we deserve to be happy with what we have of if we should look for more and more...
The obviuos question is yes, we ae put into this world to always be happy.
So what's the secret of happiness? I think it is a combination difficult to achieve: self confidence + being possitive + being good to others + living the moment...
Why is it so difficult?
And why during a crisis it seems that the worst in us arises?
Right now I'm facing big changes and although I know I'm smart, nice, and everything I need to make it, I'm afraid to fail.
But it is going to be really difficult to be happy IF I NEED PERFECTION to feel acomplished.
I need to accept that things might not go as planned, but that I'm lucky and very blessed.
Many people like me the way I'm, many others don't...
I think thath everyone has to find their true identity at 20 something, to be happy.
And you need to accept yourself, change what you don't like and just live, just do the things you dreamed of, even if the results are not what you expected.
There's nothing worse thatn indiference to others and to ourselves, to not change is to die. If that's true, risking everything everyday for our dreams is what we need to be happy.

miércoles, 1 de julio de 2009

The (aparently) thin line between being pushy and a stalker

So, for you guys it may be difficult to understand girls, but I think that there are some of you for whom the concept of being a STALKER might be blurry.
Like the experience I had yesterday, so I'm studying a degree and I have to work in groups, my group is composed of two guys. I along with them, they're nice- that's it- considering that we only talk about things like business strategy, key performance indicators, etc.
Considering that I only see them for an hour once a week I would say I barely know their names.
But...to one of them aparently I'm the love of his life, OH MY GOD!
From out of nowhere he tells me that he is thinking about leaving his girlfriend for me...
So the story begins a few weeks ago, when I noticed him strangely "nice to me", I tried to back away as soon as possible, sensing that something weird might be going through his mind...
But one day, in the msn messenger, he confessed that he is thinking that i'm beautiful, interesting and independenent, and that he could leave his girlfriend for me if I WANTED TO :O
In my state of shock I tried to blow him away by telling him that he might be confused, because he doesn't know me well enough to be in love!!! And to every statement I logically made, he ilogically responded hahaha, he said that he doesn't need to know me more, because in every word he can see the beauty in me (cheesy much???).
After that he said that knowing me was one of the best things that happened in his life (hello? I don't remember your last name). And that he knew his feelings were true because he meets girls every day and no one made him doubt about his relationship (awww sweet, I'm good enough to make yout think about cheating)
And he said that he would never had the courage to tell me that he liked me (or loved me??) in person (but you have the courage to make a fool out of yourself after I say I think you're uninteresting and I don't like you a 10000 times)
I told him NO like 5 times and he always had a stupid answer.
So I ask: Is there a weird group of guys that think that if you tell a woman that you like her and she says no, maybe after 10 times of saying the same she'll say yes?
Is there a support group of all these anoying guys?
Do they Google their "romantic" lines?
Do they think we believe them?
I had to stop that conversation abruptly, because after half an hour of the same he didn't give up, I even told him that I tought that guys only told you that they liked you out of the blue in highschool, ALL THE INSULTS AND SARCASMS MADE HIM LIKE ME MORE, he said that I was special because I was independent and strong (I'm strong and trying to insult you here!) So I signed out before I had him infront of my house with signs saying: I LOVE YOU, PLEASE SAY YES :P