Friday, 02 October 2009
Do you believe that when something or someone becomes too popular, it gets annoying so you tend to avoid or even hate?
Like Twilight and Miley Cyrus/Hannah Montana, now that they're everywhere, so are the haters and what not. Isn't that normal? When too many people follow the same trend the trend starts to become less and less popular, right? Well, if that's true...how about with dating?
I feel like I'm the only person who doesn't like the girl who all the guys want. It's even sometimes a turn off. I know you're probably thinking that I'm absolutely crazy, but why isn't crazy to not like the person that everyone likes?
I'm not saying I don't want her to be desirable or anything. After all, who wants a girl that no guy will chase? It's just that sometimes it is too much to deal with. One or two guys is okay, but 3 or more guys trying to get with her and I'm thinking "looks like the bus is full." With so many people chasing one girl, it's discouraging. Especially if she doesn't ignore them? It sends a weird signal to me. It's like she's already talking to someone if she responds to any of them. I don't like having to compete because I don't like to lose, but I'm a nice guy. I usually become just a friend and I don't do anything about it.
Okay, now if I did end up coming on top and getting the girl. Now I got all these haters who boost up my ego, but then you gotta deal with the quiet, sneaky bastards who try to persuade your girlfriend to break up with you and get with them...and how do I know about these guys? Because that's how I got my last two girlfriends. "Call me when he ain't around, call me when he lets you down."
What if your girlfriend doesn't defend you when they talk shit about you? What if she laughs and keeps talking to them? Is it really all that crazy to avoid that person everyone wants?