Having a hate the internet/people day.
I get frustrated with myself the most. If I couldn’t see both sides of issues, it’d be easier to spout off about stupid people. But they’re not always stupid. Sometimes they just live with blinders or don’t care.
It would be easier to say QUIT SHOVING YOUR VERSION OF YOUR RELIGION DOWN MY THROAT if I didn’t also realize I friended the overtly religious individuals who really don’t see why separation of church/state is and should be a thing. I should either a) unfriend them or b) block them. Except for the 30% of the things I follow them for… *weary sigh*
It would be easier to say “Yes, but… it’s a fantasy. It isn’t intended to be enjoyed by everyone…” about … oh, so much media. Books, movies, songs, if the people complaining about false/lack of accurate representation (POC, LGBTQA, feminism, so many cross-sections within) didn’t have a point. Now, on this one, I’ll admit. I can still enjoy Thing and be able to say Thing Has Issues. Like WOAH. Sometimes less than other times, but yeah. I admit this one makes me maybe more tired than the religious one. But since some times, it’s a religious aspect that is woven into the false or lack of representation, it bleeds over.
These are the things that make me want to go away and be an ignorant idiot who has a skewed view of reality because she’s just seen it in a purely academic way or even a go-to-the-library-and-check-out-stuff-without-thinking-critically way. Problem is, I’m not wired to NOT ask what if or why any more. It’s… good. But it’s complex.
Makes me think about definitions of innocence and ignorance and the blurring of the two.
And very tired.
And I start romanticizing blanket forts, hot chocolate, and pillows and stuffed toys.
So, to get it out of my system, have a stupid wordy blog that is me whining about being a grown up and stupidly self-aware.
Write me a TBH (To be Honest), stating an honest fact or thought you feel about me. Or just something honest you wanna say to me. Start the sentence off with “Tbh”.