Sunday, September 11, 2011

Be mine, will ya?

It’s been so long since I wrote about relationships eh. Not my cup of tea but that doesn’t mean I don’t like that cup. In fact, I collect cups. Mostly trophies, and mugs. *wink*
I don’t really know what to say. Being the overly dramatic person I am , I want to do the complete cliché in a relationship. The whole oing out on dates, calling each other annoying nicknames thing. It sounds fun.
Personally, I see people around me in relationships and some of them are extremely happy. Seeing K and how she got so excited about her anniversary made me feel like I was missing on so much. But on the other hand, people who are in relationship and completely dependent on the guy makes me want to punch the girl in the face. Honestly. Just because you now have boyfriend doesn’t mean that you have to always take him wherever you go especially if that wherever is an important work. The weird thing is how when in a relationship, some girls are like “the guy jahaahaa berakah nashaane” which is annoying and shows how insecure she is. I’m not preaching girls not to do what your boyfriend says. There has to be a limit to it. You are not his property (yet! not that I believe that even once married the girl becomes property of the guy. Of course being the wife she is to obey her husband. That doesn’t give him the right to treat her like dirt.) and you have to stick up for yourself sometimes. Fight for your rights, especially when the guy disses about you in front of his and your classmates. We don’t say anything to the guy because we don’t want to make you look bad.
I don’t understand at all. Maybe because I am new to this or because I have never fallen in love. I sincerely hope that a day where I would have to depend on a guy for EVERY LITTLE THING never comes. A guy should be able to embrace individuality in his girl. He shouldn’t force her to do things especially if it’s a bad thing. Relationships are not solely based on attraction, or lust, but trust and openness. Dissing about your girl in front of your bros doesn’t make you look cool. It makes you look like a douche. Anyone who doesn’t respect a girl doesn’t really deserve one. Whatever happened to the traditional nice guys? =/
Well, this is all my opinion, and you ofcourse don’t have to agree. It’s biased because of what I see around me. So before you go all anti-shaha, just letting you know.


  1. I'll never go anti-you!
    Haha, I can sense what made you blog especially about this one topic..

    [I'm teasing you, just so you know!] :P :D

  2. Adi, haha, ofcourse.
    yeah that and its also about a close friend's relationsip and stuff.

  3. Excuse me for commenting...just came across ur blog.. havent been in love yet? strange!!!

    Lots of guys and girls specially in there teens and early twenties mistake love for infatuations. being in love means you wont accept much from the which case the things which u r afraid would not take place. if its true love and the guy really care about the girl he wont be playing the tunes he prefer the girl to dance...yet he would play the beats the girl prefer...same thing goes to the girl also i guess... ppl tend to mistaken what relationships are about...instead nowadays it just is a mean to be popular or to save face or to be superior...

  4. Thinker, I did have few infatuations with guys (crushes) but yes, I've never been in love. Strange to me as well.
    True. It should be that way, but as you mentioned, people nowadays take relationships as means of popularity.

  5. Well no worries at all "patience is a bitter plant..but it has sweet fruits"


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