While commenting on a friend's entry on UJ, I started to think about the whole conspiracy of Loved Ones Who Don't Notice Enough When You're Really Upset Over Something And They Act All Happily Oblivious (LOWDNEWYRUOSATAAHO).
My dog is so CUTE, he lies down on the couch and starts licking it, and whenever I say something to him, he freezes and stares at me looking really offended. For like, five minutes.
Anyway, I really hate when that happens. It especially seems to happen with boyfriends, or peoplewhoitseemslikeshouldbeyourboyfriendbutaren't. It also goes along with people who end arguments before they're really over. Like when you're making a good point, and they say "oh sigh, I just hate arguing." But the worst is when you're crying your eyes out and they're like "THIS NEW GAME I GOT IS COOL I'M AT LEVEL 3 NOW!!!!111" or "oooh, look at the pretty picture." Usually that only happens when talking online, but when you try to hide your crying so as not to be annoying, it happens in person too.
Online it can be better though, because if they ask if you're ok, you can go like "
No, you just ruined my life Yep! :D" That is only IF THEY EVEN BOTHER ASKING, THOUGH. Is it too much to ask that they act with some empathy once in awhile?
Things I want to do
- Own a SegaCD
- Save a bunch of dogs from a shelter (god, they're breaking my heart...even when I see a little ad for someone offering their dog, it makes me cry)
- Get a part-time job working with animals
- Have sex with someone I'll probably never have that opportunity with, bah
- Get my dad to stop saying "hey, that sounds like you!" whenever a woman murders her father or says she wants him dead, on tv. YEAH HA HA I'M GLAD YOU THINK I'M A MURDEROUS PSYCHO WHO HATES YOU.