Why the friendzone is annoying

We always hear the term. “Oh my god, I like, talked to this girl for like, 2 weeks, and she was totally into me, and then when I asked her out, she friendzoned me.” This sense of entitlement really miffs me. It’s so widely accepted, yet the concept is basically that girls are machines; you put “kindness” tokens in and a fully fledged relationship falls out. These boys will often pull out the pity card. “I’m the nice guy, man. She only dates jerks.” Ok, no. Nice guys accept rejection (because it happens to freaking everybody) take a step back, and leave it alone. What they don’t do is whine about it until the girl is seen as a villain by everybody else. That’s not nice; that’s petty. You can’t force a girl to love you, or anybody for that matter. Maybe she just enjoys your company and doesn’t necessarily want to make out with your face. Be cool with that; that’s life. So if any of y’all get rejected by a prospective loovaah, remember to take a step back, and realize that this situation is probably really uncomfortable for her as well. Calling her a bitch won’t help you at all. 

Peace

Yumi

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Gun Culture

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“Guns don’t kill people; people kill people.” We’ve all heard it, the age old excuse for the senseless violence that riddles our culture. It’s true. Guns don’t kill people, but they help psychopaths do an extra special good job of killing as many people as possible. Right, next excuse “Guns help protect the people from a government were it ever to turn on it’s people.” Is it just me, or does this seem like the raving of a paranoid madman? “LETS ALL ARM OURSELVES TO THE TEETH! THE MACHINES WILL RISE!” Does it make sense? No. Does it have to for people to accept it? Pfft, no. In the wake of the Newtown Conneticut tragedy, some even went so far to say that the teachers should have been armed. It’s obviously the only option. Arm the kids while you’re at it. Ooh *raises hand* maybe don’t give the gun to the shooter in the first place. Now no one has a gun, and no one gets shot. Each year 32000 people die in the U.S. due to gun violence. It’s time for people to wake up, and to get the NRA out of congress and out of our culture.