why do people say “don’t be a pussy” when talking about weakness more like “don’t be a man’s ego” because you know there isn’t nothing more fragile than that
because “pussy” is the shortened form of the word “pusillanimous”, which means “timid, cowardly”
and not the slang word for the female genital region?
literally no one else knows this. nobody.
The worst part about who I am is that I will always take a logical approach to every emotional situation in order to prevent myself from showing emotions.
"If we approach everyday with the attitude of not wanting to let things get "stale". Things will get stale, not say in 40 years, but in 20 years. Because each of use are trying to conserve something that is not meant to be conserved. Being intimate is a part of a relationship, and it should be a huge part. We shouldn’t be afraid to show affection for a fear of something that is far down the road. You have to live in today, instead of always looking to have it happen tomorrow. Tomorrow is something that never comes. If we keep trying to preserve something for tomorrow, we will never get to experience it.
Then one day, I’m lying on my deathbed and there is no tomorrow, and it’s years and years of “I wish I did this” or “I should have done that more” and that’s not something I believe in. I believe that if you love someone you tell them, show them, at every chance you feel it. If my brain is telling me I want to kiss you, I’m not going to say “but brain if I kiss him one more time today then that’s one less time I get to kiss him when I’m 80” Fuck no! In reality that’s one more time I get to kiss you before I turn 80. I know for me, if one day it gets stale between us, we can figure that out. It’s not going to get stale because we used up all our love for each other, it gets stale when two people run out of new things to try together. We can still show affection, and not end up divorced.
There’s more of a chance of that if either of us aren’t feeling loved, appreciated and intimate with each other that a divorce would happen but it’s not because we feel too loved, too appreciated and too intimate.
The sparks I get when I kiss you won’t just vanish one day, and I know that as a fact. If they would have started to dwindle, they would have after a month. I don’t know about you, but for me my heart is so big, and has so much love and appreciation in it… It’s who I am, and not a trait that could one day run out. Hell it’s my favourite part of me, and that’s something that I’m proud of. I love you and we can’t budget our love for each other. That’s just not right. You can’t put rules or constraints on it.
It’s a different story if you don’t like to be touched or kissed at certain times. I get that, say the word and I’m hands off… But if it’s just because you feel that you need I budget, then well, you know my opinion on that already.
I’ll use sex as an example in the following equation, but you could substitute for dates, kisses, saying I love you, cuddles etc.
Think about this, at the rate we are going so far, we would have sex 4x per year (that’s once every 13 weeks) x 40 years we will have had sex 160 times.
Average couple has sex 3 x per week times by 48wks(48 just cause sometimes sex doesn’t happen) = 144 times in a year, and 1920 in 40 years.
In the two equations, budgeting the love makes it so that at the end of 80 years the couple has only done _____ 320 times over the course of the relationship, and at the end of those 80 years they both die and their worlds end.
Doing what you feel is right, when you feel it’s right = 3840 over 80 years. The end of those 80 years they both die and their worlds end.
Who do you think died happier and feeling more fulfilled in their life? The ones who tried to conserve it for a day that never came? Or the ones that thought more about their present rather than worrying about themselves at a later date?”
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