Ever fancied someone you know you shouldn’t?
It hurts, doesn’t it?
But it’s a good kind of hurt.
Particularly, this fancy of mine gives me hope that has nothing to do with romance and everything to do with the goodness of the world.
That’s why I’m only halfheartedly trying to move on. Because I want this little sliver of hope.
This photoset, and in particular this gif, fueled my thoughts towards those that I try really hard to avoid.
I mean, there’s no use in dwelling on thing I can’t change. The only thing I can do about it is to not think about it too much, or perhaps actually just move on and try not to be so much of a damn drama queen. But I’m a teenager — and a teenage girl, at that — so I can’t help but seriously think about emotions and feelings and why on earth doesn’t he like me back?!
I’m sure I’m not alone in this feeling. Liking someone you can’t have, someone who doesn’t like you back, is one of the oldest plot-lines in the history of story-lines. And it happens in real-life, too.
- Young Adulthood Angst (corlosky.wordpress.com)
- Book: Flat-Out Love (bookchelle.com)
- Teenage angst (laurenscrazyjourney.wordpress.com)