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Sandblasted Greasemonkey
27 November 2009 @ 04:53 pm
If I don't share them with you, there's generally a good reason. It may be that I don't feel like I need to talk to you about it, be it because I feel you'll get over the issue or because I don't feel like it's that big of a deal. Maybe it's because I feel that I'll get over it. Maybe it's because we're not close anymore. Maybe it's because we were never close to begin with. Maybe I'm not opening up because of the way you've been acting and reacting to what other people say. Maybe it's because you've fucked up. Maybe it's because the person I'm talking to is higher up on my ladder than you. (In a perfect world, everyone would be on the same level, but it's not perfect and neither am I.) Maybe it's because I don't know if I can trust you or not. Maybe it's because I don't care. Regardless, I reserve the right to choose who I share (and do not share) my feelings with. If you can't deal with that, then chances are you're not the person I thought you were. Or maybe you're exactly who I thought you were.

In any case, if you really care what's going on, getting passive aggressive is the worst possible way to figure it out. However, if you're trying to irritate me to the point of being done with you, that's a great way to go about it. I don't like cutting people out of my life, but I have done it and I will do it again. If you really want to join the "I hate Rikku" circlejerk, go right ahead because that's your prerogative. And, see, not having people who throw fits when my tact levels drop below a balmy 85°F is mine.


And, no, this is not directed at any one person. This is addressing a theme that I've been watching repeat itself for an entire year and I'm sick of it.
 
 
Sandblasted Greasemonkey
06 June 2005 @ 12:00 am




Sorry, nothing personal, but my journal's friends only.
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