And if you’re a girl who does think that, it’s because you keep getting with the ones that have the same qualities as the guys in your past. The only differenence is their names. Rethink the things you look for in a guy. It’s not entirely their fault for fucking you over. You somehow set yourself for it. But like they say: “You have to go through all the wrongs ones, until you find the right one.” Don’t go out looking for a guy just because you’re lonely and you need that special someone. And don’t always take what’s handed to you, if you know you could do better. If you’re a good girl, that keeps getting fucked over, you WILL end up with a good guy. One day, some day. That guy will be will be worth all the pain you went through, and he will be the one to prove to you all girls are NOT the same. Patience is the key.
“You don’t just automatically love someone. you have to slowly learn to trust, then you start believing them. You want to be with them more to the point where you’re jealous of anyone who tries to be with that person. Then it gets you mad but you get past it, you can’t be jealous anymore. You can’t because you have this undying confidence that this person will never leave you, they will never betray you, and that they would never pick someone else over you, that you’re irreplaceable. That’s when the confidence hits you, that you really do love each other and it’s unbreakable.”—(via eletheowl)
If you find someone who makes you happy & feel great about life, everything else should fall into place right? Wrong. Sometimes, things get in the way & then everything gets so complicated. Why can't things be simple? Why can't it just be me + you? Cause, I can't just stop how I feel about you.
Girls say that all they want is for one guy to prove to them they aren't all the same. I've been through enough to know that I am not one of those girls. I have learned that underneath it all guys are all inherently the same. So instead of trying to find one that's "different", I'm just trying to find one who is worth having to put up with all that ridiculous bullshit. Cuz if he is, well, he must worth holding on to.
“Sometimes people come into your life and you know right away that they were meant to be there, to serve some sort of purpose, teach you a lesson, or to help you figure out who you are, or who you want to become.”—
“No relationship is perfect, ever. There are always some ways you have to bend, to compromise, to give something up in order to gain something greater…The love we have for each other is bigger than these small differences. And that’s the key. It’s like a big pie chart, and the love in a relationship has to be the biggest piece. Love can make up for a lot.”—This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen (Submitted by: Alanna) (via quote-book)
“& She would change everything, everything just ask her. Caught in the in between of beautiful disaster. She would change everything for happy ever after. She just needs someone to take her home.”—I’m in love with this song by Jon McLaughlin<3
So they’d lock themselves in the car and get lost in each other’s eyes. They sang along with the radio. He’d whisper in her ear and she’d laugh at his silly jokes, even if they were pointless. He’d grab her hand and not let go. He had no idea how happy it made her. She’d rest her head on his shoulder; close her eyes, listening to their song as he kissed her forehead. She memorized the touch of his lips. She didn’t want to leave anytime soon. and he’d give her his jacket when she was cold. It’d be 3 in the morning, but they would still be tangled up in each other. She knew he was something special. It was different how he moved her. Because when he told her, “goodnight” it felt like, “hello.”
“To the dumb-asses that lost me; To the lucky ones who got to meet me; & Especially to the ones who love me, thank you. ‘Cause in one way or another, ya’ll made me who I am today: stronger and much more wiser. I couldn’t have asked for a much better person to be.”—(via ayepro) (via b0otayx3)
“Don’t ever think that. You know you’re the BEST that they will ever get. They just don’t see what they missed out on.”—My bestest says the sweetest things & always picks me up whenever I fall. Need I say more? (:
"To let go of someone doesnt mean you have to stop loving, it only means that you allow that person to find his own happiness without expecting him to come back. Letting go is not just setting the other person free, but it is also setting yourself free from all bitterness, hatred, and anger that keep in your heart."
I came across this while I was looking through my old computer files, I know a lot of girls out there can relate to this. And I’ll just say now before you read this, if you feel like “the mean time girl” DROP the dude. ENJOY
She’s the one you call when you’re bored, because she makes you laugh. She’s the one you talk to when you’re feeling down, because she’s willing to lend an ear and be a friend. She’s not the one you call when you need a date, or to go dancing with on a Saturday night. She’s the one you spend time with between girlfriends, before you find “The One”. You know, the one who you keep around in the meantime.
She’s not one of the guys, not a tomboy, but you don’t look at her as a “real” woman, either. She’s not bitchy enough, moody enough, or sexy enough to be seen in that light. She’s too laid-back, too easily amused by tha same things your male buddies are amused by. She’s too understanding, too comfortable - she doesn’t make you feel nervous or excited the way a “real” woman does. But she’s cool, and nice, and funny, and attractive enough that when you’re lonely or horny and need intimate female companionship, she’ll do just fine. You don’t have to wine and dine for her because she knows the real you already, and you don’t have any facades to keep up, no pretenses to preserve. You’re not trying to get anything of substance out of her. She’s not easy, but you know that she cares about you, and is attracted to you, and that she’ll give you the intimacy you need.And you know you don’t have to explain yourself or the situation that she’ll be able to cope with the fact that this isn’t the beginning of a relation or that there’s any possibility that you have any real romantic feelings for her. It won’t bother her that you’ll get up in the morning, put on your pants, say goodbye and go on a date with the woman you’ve been mooning over for weeks who finally agreed to go out with you. She’ll settle for a goodbye hug and a promise to call her and tell her how the date went. She’s just so cool…why can’t all women be like that?!
But deep down, if you really think about it (which you probably don’t because to you, the situation between the two of you isn’t important enough to merit any real thought), you know that it’s really not fair. You know that although she would never say it, it hurts her to know that despite all her good points and all the fun you two have, you don’t think she’sgood enough to spent any real time with. Sure, it’s mostly her fault, because she doesn’t have to give in to your needs - she could play the hard-to-get pinkberry like the rest of them do, if she really wanted to. But you and she both know that she probably couldn’t pull it off. Whatever the reason, somehow life has given her a lot of really great qualities but has left out the ones that men want (or think they want) in a woman. So she remains forever the funny friend, the steadfast companion, the secret lover, and you go on searching for your goddess who will somehow be everything you ever wanted in a woman.
You’ll joke to her that she should be the best man at your wedding, ans she’ll laugh and make a joke about a smelly rental tux.
She doesn’t captivate you with her beauty, or open doors with her smile. Mainly she blends in with the crowd. She’s safe. She doesn’t want to be the center of attention and turn the heads of everyone in the room. But she wants to turn someone’s head. She wants to be special to someone, too. We all do.
She has feelings. She has a heart. In fact, she probably has a bigger and better heart than any woman you’ve ever known because she’s had a front-row seat to The Mess That Is Your Life, and she likes you anyway. She obviously sees something worthwhile and redeeming in you because although you’ve given her nothing, absolutely no reason to still be around, she is.
She’s always your MEAN TIME girl… the girl you just wanna chill with cause you know she’s ALWAYS down for you. She has a fucking heart. shit
Haha, The “Mean Time Girl” or aka as the “Nice girl” . I really wish I couldn’t relate to this.