Friday, January 22, 2010

Love and Trust

A very good friend of mine, told me that loving a person, is not expecting the person to love you in return 100% with the same amount of intensity you love him or her. I totally agree with her, but isn’t it fair for you to expect some dividends sometimes, or at least the acknowledgement from your loved ones that they know the effort and sacrifices you are making for them? Personally, I do not think a hug or kiss would be too hard, and that the labors your loved one have done for you, was to just to put another smile on your face.


1. Firm reliance on the integrity, ability, or character of a person or thing.

Trust, in a relationship is something to be debatable. How much should one trust his or her better half? Most people would say if you love a person, you should trust them 100%. I believe that this would be a questionable concept as the more you love a person, the more you would fear losing that person right? Also, many times are not that you do not trust the person, but you do not trust the people around them.

Most guys also hate it if the gf clubs. Even if they say they are fine and it is okay and whatsoever, they just fucking hate it to the core. They just don't want you to ruin your day after you promised your friends you would join them or something. Of course, this is assuming that the guy is normal, I have never seen any guy who doesn't mind at all that his gf is going clubbing and he isn't going. Infact most guys I know can't sleep the entire night if their gf is going to club.

This brings us towards the concept of vultures.

vul•ture As defined by an online dictionary.
1. Any of various large birds of prey of the New World family Cathartidae or of the Old World family Accipitridae, characteristically having dark plumage and a featherless head and neck and generally feeding on carrion.
2. A person of a rapacious, predatory, or profiteering nature.

In relationships, I define vultures as son-of-the-bitch assholes. What these son-of-the-bitches do is to hang around your partner and wait for an opportunity to strike. Even when there isn’t any problem with your relationship, they will just try to move in on the pretext of being close friends. They are usually of the male gender, as only males would be this desperate. These bastards should die. Only in one situation would their presence be more tolerable. That is when the BF is a jerk and that the guy who is moving in truly love her with his heart.

In 99% of situations however, is that the guy who is trying to move in is just a fucking cheebye kia who deserves nothing less than groin rot and herpes.


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