Stop Trying To Bring Others Down

Hello hello to my fellow humans!

Blaaaargh; okay so, I hope everyone’s had a good weekend. I’ve been on spring break from school over the last week and I’ve actually quite enjoyed myself; it’s been nice to just have a break from dealing with all the elements of school. Today is Sunday (blog day) obviously, and so tomorrow is back to reality (eye roll). I’m not ready to head back to reality, but…ah well, it’ll happen.

Right, so – this blog post is going to be relatively short as it’s just a thought. It’s just something I’ve picked up on – that’s all.

So, let’s get into this, shall we?

I do not for the life of me understand why people feel the need to go out of their way to bring others down. Please, someone explain that to me. I think people just like to make others as miserable as they are, so they’ll literally do anything and go out of their way to make people feel horrible. This is only after they brainwash their friends into thinking that they’re so innocent when they’re one of the fakest people in the world. Sad reality of the world we live in. I’m not trying to throw shade here or point fingers, but people are honestly so ridiculous.

When people say they don’t want attention to be brought on a subject, common sense would tell them to stop purposely creating drama by posting about the one topic they don’t want attention brought to. But do they stop? No – they carry on, for attention. These are people who claim to be grown yet do the most childish crap. They purposely create drama and draw attention to themselves, then constantly cry about negative attention they’re receiving. Newsflash darling: You asked for it.

What’s even more hilarious is that people then get their friends to send anonymous messages to people via social media, and then they try so hard to turn it around on the group of people they’ve sent them to, trying to turn those people against each other. It didn’t work; it’ll never work. When a group of people have an unbreakable bond and an incredibly high level of trust, a bond like that can never be broken. They don’t have to worry though; those individuals have already dropped themselves in the fire. The group of friends they sent those anonymous messages to; they already know it who sent those messages – it was those individuals; and it’s hilarious.

Why be anonymous? They had so much to say about the group of friends, but were too scared to come off anonymous? That’s funny – I’m done.

Also, learn how to properly crop pictures before you show the world – darling.

The point is – people need to stop going out of their way to make the lives of others miserable simply because they are miserable. Stop constantly trying to play the victim and trying to play innocent when you aren’t; it’s not cute and eventually, it gets old. People literally hate seeing others happy and it’s really sad, especially when they claim to be “grown” and claim they don’t “feed into childish petty drama”. Whatever man; these are the same people who are the most petty, childish people in the world.

I’m not trying to throw shade, like I said, but I just don’t understand. We as people try to live every day to the fullest and be positive. We share the positive aspects of our lives throughout social media and we invite our friends and other loved ones to share in such positive moments. Whether it be from comments or anonymous messages on the internet, a miserable person will literally do anything to try and tear down the positive moment and break apart the bonds formed by other people. Like I said, they’re miserable – and there’s jealousy involved in there too. But they’re so quick to want to play the victim and share their sob story? Nah mate; it’s not cool.

STOP TRYING SO HARD TO MAKE PEOPLE FEEL AS MISERABLE AS YOU FEEL. DO SOMETHING POSITIVE WITH YOUR LIFE. STOP WALLOWING IN SELF PITY TRYING TO GAIN SYMPATHY. IT WILL GET OLD.

That is all.

-Me xo

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