down the rabbit hole we go, darling.
Once, when I was a sophomore in college, a friend told me I was “too nice.” In her defense, I’m pretty sure she was drunk at the time.
Some other drunk fucker in the bar shouted out, “YEAH! Girls only like assholes.”
She nodded her head somberly, “Yeah. My boyfriend’s an asshole.” We tend to globalize personal trends. Spoilers; a week later she had dumped her then-current boyfriend. A while after that, she started dating a friend of mine. A genuinely nice guy (no tm), who also shared a lot of the same interests she did. They broke up after a few months when she transferred to a different school.
Moral of the story is, being “nice”, i.e. acting like an actual human being and treating others as such is the baseline. Mutual interests, confidence, and simple romantic chemistry are important. Also, sometimes things just don’t work out.
I’m starting online classes at SCAD on the 5th, and I’m sooo nervous . I’m very excited too! Don’t get me wrong.
None of them look too bad, since I’m taking some required classes I need online for a few semesters. I’ve been out of school for a year though and I’ve never taken online classes before.
Wish your ol’ pal Meg a bucket of luck!
!!! hashtag awesome