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simpleman journals. oh well...
iggy Posted: Mon Aug 1 00:28:29 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  simpleman journals
"oh well..."

my favourite phrase these days is "oh well."

looking at how things are going these days, that's the best i can come up with.

scenario 1.
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my first foray into a relationship after so long seems to be dying off.
i don't blame her though, being apart for so long. dating someone so much younger taught me to be patient and understanding, and i understood her need for security and assurance yet, taking all the wild moods swings.

"oh well..."

she asked for a break 2 weeks back and i gave her that, knowing that there's more than meets the eye.

"oh well..."

and the bombshell came. she met someone new. technically she said, she didn't cheat on me. needs time to think. on who she wants. on what she wants.
yet saying that she still cares for me... and wants me to wait for her to return.

"oh well..."

and the funny thing is, the other dude is spending the rest of her holidays with her.

well what can i say to that?

she's surprised i'm not mad at her.
no tempers flaring. no shouting. no blaming. no accusations.

maybe i'm just tired. there's nothing i can do, can't i?

and so, i told her that i'm letting her go.

i'm not mad. just disappointed. and well, nice knowing you. goodbye.

what can i say right?
being angry does not help anyone.
blaming does not change the situation.

oh well.



 
choke Posted: Mon Aug 1 01:52:05 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  She sounds like a shit.


 
addi Posted: Mon Aug 1 07:13:09 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  chan said:

>maybe i'm just tired. there's nothing i can do, can't i?


>i'm not mad. just disappointed. and well, nice knowing you. goodbye.

>what can i say right?
>being angry does not help anyone.
>blaming does not change the situation.

Seems like you took words right out of my mouth, chan.

I know you're handling it well, but I'm still sorry that it turned out this way.
Getting involved with a much younger person can be like dancing with the devil: Exciting, but emotionally dangerous

Hang in there and don't give up the good fight





 
iggy Posted: Mon Aug 1 07:22:26 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  i'm fine =)

can't be disappointed if u don't expect anything right?

=)




 
addi Posted: Mon Aug 1 07:32:39 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  chan said:
>i'm fine =)
>
>can't be disappointed if u don't expect anything right?

true, but you do not want to go through life not expecting anything. Hope and optimism (even misplaced) is still a better alternative than going through life emotionaly numb


 
iggy Posted: Mon Aug 1 07:51:01 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  only to the right people i guess.

if it feels right, nothing has to be forced.

it will always be the same no matter what.

=)

oh well


 



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