Why is it that when you tell someone the honest to god truth, they still throw stones at you calling you a liar? Calling you names and disrespecting you when you've given no animosity to warrant it?
Someone pointed a finger at me, threatened me. I told the most truest of truths, yet they still spat in my face. I swore on my good friends ashes (may his soul rest) that I'm not lying.
I'm not the kind to lie. I gave up lying when I was 16 and I got caught in a big lie that ended up landing me in community service for a month and a good friend of mine to leave me. I saw this and realized... it's not worth it, so why do it?
I'm a nice guy, and fair. My 'asshole' side of me is completely for satirical purposes. But if I done wrong, so help me I will own up to my mistakes. I'm a grown man (not a woman), I have responsibilities. I work, I pay bills, I pay taxes, I have a life. I have loving friends and an incredible girlfriend who believe me on every word I say. I'd be damned to kick that wall of trust down by doing something stupid like lying. I love the fact that people trust me.
If you're going to come at me, come at me like a normal being, not a ranting, blindsided bigot.
(Also... Coincidence: A striking occurrence of two or more events at one time apparently by mere chance.)
7 years, 1 month ago
30 Apr 2012 10:02 CEST