sundog

September 4, 2006

Maturity my freaking ass

Filed under: Angry, Friends, My Life, Self Pity — happychick @ 6.38p09

I hate how friends grow up. I hate how they get interested in boys. I hate how they become so careless with what they put into their bodies. I hate how, often, they are in such a damn rush to lose their virginities, and even worse, how they judge you for the choices you make. It makes me sad when someone you thought you knew so damn well turns out to be a total jerk/slut/manipulative, lying whore. And when you look back on those times you had when you were innocent, carefree and naïve, it seems like such a waste. I spent so much of my childhood wanting to grow up. But now I just wanna be that little girl again, holding her Mummy’s hand, going rollerblading at the park… I don’t want all the responsibilities I have now.

I just wish there was a time machine. I wish that I could go back, and enjoy every single moment of being that vulnerable little girl. I miss that. Maturity sucks.

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4 Comments »

  1. Happiness comes in bits and pieces and it comes every single day. If you are living in the past….in regret….you miss it. Every age has it gifts, be open to them. There will always be that vunerable little girl in you, don’t kill her off.

    I love the child within me. She is a brat, but she has tons of fun. 😀

    Comment by Sandra — September 4, 2006 @ 6.38p09

  2. Don’t worry – maturity wears off after a while. I spent my life from 4 to 14 trying to become a responsible adult and from 14 to 22 trying to be an irresponsible adult. I am now at an undisclosed age above 30 and realise that, once you actually are a genuine, mortgage owning, child rearing, card carrying adult you have the freedom to be a complete child and no-one can stop you. Adulthood is just a phase; ignore it and it’ll go away on its own.

    Comment by Paul Brown — September 4, 2006 @ 6.38p09

  3. It’s all about the hormones! You have a good excuse for a few years, enjoy it while you can. You will get get to the point where you realise it doesn’t matter as much as you used to think. I’m no more mature than I was when I was half my current age and I’m loving it.

    Comment by Mr Angry — September 5, 2006 @ 6.38p09

  4. sandra’s right, we gotta enjoy every single minute in our lives, if i wanna regret things then i’d have no time to eat, let alone other things, so CHEER UP

    Comment by keith — September 5, 2006 @ 6.38p09


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