Well I can't say I'm happy, but I'm not sad at least... most of the time. Most of my good friends from school are still single so it's not like I'm special Sometimes I wish I had someone to hug you know, but I still haven't found this "extraordinary girl" that I'm looking for. I probably never will, but if I wanted a girlfriend I can have one. She is really nice girl, but she doesn't make me go apeshit crazy you know. I'll just keep looking, but I'm not going around poking every girl. And yet "Sometimes I wish someone out there will find me... 'Til then I walk alone... " (Green Day - Boulevard of Broken Dreams). Yeah that's two Green day quotes in my post, they just sing the songs of my life
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The Unbearable Lightness of Being
I prefer the weight of a relationship myself, but more power to you single folks.
This thread needs some Merle Haggard:
I can get bored of someone rather quick.
If they don't have a purpose in their life, some feel or desire to move forward, TOTAL turnoff.
(Also don't like tats on a woman, but that's just a personal idiosyncrasy)
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http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=192127"Everything must serve the idea. The means used to convey the idea should be the simplest and clear. Just what is required. No extra images. To me this is a universal principle of art. Saying as much as possible with a minimum of means."-John Huston, Director
I've been on my own for a couple years but I'm overall a very happy person and would rather be creating and improving myself as an artist.. thats the greatest joy and purpose in my life..being in the moment and enjoying/appreciating every second of it...
Being alone is highly underrated in our society, if you dont have a boyfriend/girlfriend you basically cant do anything if your friends are couples, might as well forget making friends at that point because your invisible.. thats why im glad all mine are single ..the media has really been forcing marriage on women and children are having sex in the 3rd grade nowadays.. man.. what happened? I mean I'm only 21 and my college is full of engaged people and married couples.. seems like its getting earlier every generation..live people.. got way more ahead than just raising babies and wasting life being an "at home wife"..
I just let relationships happen overall. I go with the flow, am down to earth and easy going. Dont force it or fight it, just let it be..
Life is pretty fine forever alone, but then again I've never been a touchy-feely kind of person. I'm close to my family and I don't have much trouble making friends so I don't feel I'm missing anything being single.
But hey, if the right person came along I wouldn't fight it. lol
Hubby was 44 and I was 30 when we got married. Both of us were quite happily bumbling along in life before we met each other, nor was it the 'Grand Passion'. We knew each other for a couple of years before he asked me watch him play cricket. Be happy being single, have fun (I did) and find a friend you can talk to and do the cryptic crossword in the Times with.
The truth will set you free,
but first it's gonna piss you off!
Y'know what's really irritating?
Recently loved-up married couples who met a year ago and squeezed out a baby giving me relationship advice.
"Oh aren't you married?" "Well, I imagine you'll be having a little one soon, eh?"
No, fuck right off.
We don't want kids right now and we've been "living in sin" for a decade longer than you've been married.
We've been together longer than your marriage, your best mates marriage and your parents recent marriage combined.
If you're both still together in a decade then you can offer me your wise counsel on how to have a long term relationship, until then zip it.
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Couples overall, are very annoying (dont get me started on fucking valentines day).. They rub it in your face ontop of that or demean you if your not up to par or a "loner".
Public displays of affection are nice and all, but I feel like it could be somewhat considerate of couples who want to be very passionate to abstain from that until they have a little bit of privacy. To make myself feel better I like to think 'Well hey, at least he'll have to fork out $400 on shoes tomorrow to earn that makeout session..'
I find it depressing.
I try to abstain from talking about my boyfriend, unless asked, with others because I know from experience that most people really don't give a rat's ass.
Also couples that make out in public: Barf.
Though when couples do get all gushy and kissy kissy in public enough to make you want to vomit it does make it funnier when they inevitably break up. (If you know them)
Being an unattached man= is a male artist obligation. I'm on Twitter and FB now picking my field goal direction.....
Finding a good woman is a blessing also though. When this happens, shut the whoring down.
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Every day this place is turning more and more into reddit.
Without the political or intellectual/scientific discussions of course.
So let me get this straight, this is a thread full of single artists with simalar mindsets wanting simalar things, bitching about how they will never find anyone because nobody understands or wants a person like them
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