“This is about you, and what you didn’t do. It’s about what I did. And you know what? I did a fucking great job. Debbie’s on the debate team going to nationals. And Lip, he’s top of his class. He set the curve. Ian was promoted in ROTC and he tested out of english. And Carl made something blow up for his science fair. And you know what? They did it all, no thanks to you, because you weren’t here.”—Fiona Gallagher, Shameless (via trying-to-find-the-inbetween)
I might be wrong, but the same phrase does contain different meanings.
Because you were never willing to step out of it and take the initiative. In a way you’re forcing others to.
And when they do, thats when you would conveniently use it to your advantage and do what you had to do.
This is really simple to understand.You were always selfish to begin with and that the others were not worthy enough for you to not be yourselve even just once. Typical.
Well, since I am unworthy to you, I cant say that you are selfish, can I ?
You see, thats the problem with people like you. They see the cause for concern but chooses to ignore it because it doesn’t affect them in the slightest way.
Do or do without, it doesn’t impact much on their lives. Because people like you have the faintest idea of what others went through for you. The depths they would plunge or going out of their way for you.
But there’s always a threshold to things like this. Some day idiots like me would feel unappreciated and just stop it doing what we do completely. We weren’t asking for anything in return in the first place. Well, maybe acknowledgement.
Apparently that’s just too much to ask for then. And never use how oblivious or clueless you were as an excuse. It just shows how insincere and indifferent you really are.
Cool. Never thought I would say this. Just couldn’t sleep and so I decided to whine.
To people who feel unappreciated out there, whether if its friends, superiors, family what not. Just stop giving a shyt about people who doesn’t gives a shyt about you.
“There comes a point when you’re so used to getting hurt you don’t need to cry anymore. You feel like screaming but you just sit there in silence. You shut your eyes and think, sometimes you just shut down. There comes a point when you realize tears can’t change anything. You’ve been let down by so many people you’ve almost learned to expect disappointment from everyone. You hide behind the words “I’m fine” and “I understand” because you know you will never be able to explain exactly how broken you feel, and how much pain you’re in. Trying seems pointless. You just sit in silence alone because no matter how hard you try, you’ll never be good enough for anyone.”—Anonymous (via drowsypoets)