- PiNkPlush23 8: 31 pm
- (8: 31:37 PM): LMAO
- (8: 31:39 PM): I JUST WANNA
- (8: 31:46 PM): SMASH HIS FACE TO A WALL
- (8: 31:49 PM): AND SEE IF HE GETS
- (8: 31:51 PM): ANY PRETTIER
was really funnnn. I’m glad I went! I met new people and got the autographs YESSS<3 I’ll post the picture later :) west covina all male dance crew BLEW ME AWAYYY, damn. <3 & it sucks the show got cut short! sigh
PLEASE COME SUPPORT!
Friday February 26, 2010 @ Van Nuys HS!
FOR ALL YOU TUMBLRHEADS, DJ AND JUSTIN TOYOSATO WILL BE PERFORMING!
Tickets are as follows:
$18 at the door
Performing Dance Crews include:
Elusive Dance Crew
VNHS Jazz Dance and Hip Hop Team
Performing Singers include:
Lor and Kim Reyes
DJ and Justin Toyosato
I know that you’ll never change
gotta get outta here
far away from you” —Cross Country- Jackie Boyz
What happens when you keep everything inside you? All the things you’ve been wanting to let out are trapped inside. Nowhere to escape, your head begins to overload with all of this stuff. Finally, you explode. BAM! Letting all your emotions out at once. You don’t know whether you feel happy, sad, angry, depressed, etc. You’ve been holding it in for so long that you don’t even know why you’re crying. You feel like shit because you start thinking of all the things that have happened to you in the past. You know that no one, NO ONE knows who you really are. You don’t TRUST people. I didn’t trust people.
When some random person tells you something in a hurtful way, you just brush it off. It’s nothing to you because that person knows NOTHING about you. They assume things. But when someone CLOSE to you tells you things hurtful, you start thinking. Sometimes even blaming yourself for things. It’s because they are so close to you that you start feeling so hurt as to why they would say such a thing. You actually TRUST them.
What is trust? Trust is something that you just don’t give to people. Or at least I don’t trust anyone until I actually get to know them. It takes a while for me to trust someone. If someone I trust though breaks that connection, it’s done. When you trust someone, you can talk to them about anything. They are always there for you no matter what. And they tell you things that they feel is for your own good. They will NEVER put you down though. You should have friends that you truly TRUST.
Your friends should like you for who you are. If you ever change, they confront you about it and ask why you are changing. They don’t know all about you, unless you tell them EVERYTHING. Friends shouldn’t make assumptions. Just because you found other friends that you can actually relate to more, you’re not changing and copying your new friends. They shouldn’t start calling you a follower, rather ask you on why so many changes have happened. They should be able to LISTEN to you and understand on why you’ve changed. If they were a true friend, they would understand you and still be there for you even though you weren’t the same person as you used to be. Exceptions are if you’re doing something that can be hurtful for yourself, your friends should convince you otherwise to not make the decisions you are doing. For example, if they see you going down a bad path of doing drugs and whatnot. Other than that, friends should accept you for who you are. After all, you are just trying to express who you really are. They shouldn’t tell you that you are being unoriginal and basically telling you in your face that you aren’t a genuine person. I DO WHAT I WANT TO DO. Not because others do it. I do it because I like it and I WANT TO! Another thing real friends DON’T do behind their friends back is talk shit about them. Who would want to trust someone who acts like they are your good friend, then when you turn your back, they start talking all this mess about you? No one wants friends like that. Now I’m starting to find out who my real friends are. Who I can trust and who I can’t. Who can accept me for who I am and not judge me because I’m “changing”. As I meet new people, I instantly observe them as to how they carry themselves, and how they treat their friends. I will meet new people who I can really trust and I will meet others who I cannot trust at all. It’s always the same thing. That’s why I didn’t have that many people who I truly trusted. I’ve had a lot of acquaintances but there’s only a FEW people who I can EVER trust with anything.
Just be yourself. Do what you want to. Have friends who you can TRUST and never let anyone bring you down. You know yourself more than anyone else. Sure, people can give you advice, but it’s you who makes the final decisions.
Kay, I’m done with my rambling now. I don’t even know if what I wrote made any sense. Oh well. For those of you who read this whole thing, Thank you :) what do you think your friends should be like?