They told me I should not care about external appearances,
but then they said I have to take care about my appearance.
They told me I should chase my dreams,
but then they said I need a feasible dream that can earn me some money.
They told me I should fall in love passionately,
but then they said I have to be logical and can’t be fooled with love.
They told me I should be firm to my beliefs,
but then they said I have to be adaptive and open-minded to changes.
They told me I should not waste my youth,
but then they said I have to be mature faster and think about my future.
They told me I should be honest to myself and other people,
but then they said I have to know what to point out to other people and be considerate.
They told me I should be a strong, independent woman,
but then they said I have to be feminine and not stronger than men.
They told me I should be myself,
but then they said I need to fit in to the society.
They told me I should be a unique individual,
but then they said I have to be the same or the society will reject me.
These dualities are the things we hear in our daily lives, since we were a child.
We were told to do things, but then we were also told to do the other.
No wonder the society is so f-ed up with its double standards.
I don’t know why, but this is one of my worst habits ever since I moved to Brisbane. The closer it gets to an assignment deadline or an exam, the more creativity sparks I get in my head. WHY.
I baked some banana bread this morning (read: 1 pm, because I woke up at 12 pm today, so it was still morning to me) just because last night I watched VIXX trying to bake some banana bread and failed. I remembered that I have two incredibly ripe bananas (please don’t encourage me to write some innuendos here…), so I figured, why the hell not. It turned out pretty amazing. I’m guessing tomorrow I’ll make chocolate banana macarons.
My exams are in less than 2 weeks and I haven’t made any attempt to do some proper studying. Can someone kill me now?
Who are you exactly to tell me how to live my life?
Or anyone’s life, at that.
“Girls have to be feminine and gentle, and boys have to be strong and manly,”
What if I tell you, straight in your face, “NO.”
NO. NO. NO. NO. NO.
Everyone deserves to live their life how they want it to be.
Anyone can choose to stand out or to fit in.
No one can tell anyone to follow the society.
Anyone deserves to stand out without having to worry about criticism.
Anyone deserves to fit in without having to lie to themselves.
Everyone has different ones.
Mine is honesty.
I would rather be true to myself and stand out rather than to fit in.
Not even my mind can fit in to the society.
I would rather have less friends rather than having to have another face.
A visage of vanity.
I would choose solitude rather than having to hear your trash talk.
Do us all the favour, and stop pretending like you “care” about our image.
It’s our image, not yours.