It took a while but I have finally fully transitioned from wanting to be a youtuber, to considering most youtubers to be self important, pandering jackasses.
Anonymous asked: How do you deal with friends who are way less invested than you?
I’m not sure what you mean by ‘invested’. Invested in what?
I just don’t want to make a whole answer that turns out to be completely unrelated.
I never got a reply about what this is supposed to mean so I’m just going to assume that you, anon, are asking what to do if you seem to like your friends more than they like you.
1) I’m not the best person to ask about this. I used to get hung up about stuff like this all the time until I just basically got sick and tired of doing it.
2) the basic function of being a friend is caring about someone and wanting them to be happy. If you feel this way about people, that’s super fucking awesome. Unfortunately other people are tricky. They cover emotions or have trouble showing them. Every human has a different way of interacting with other humans.
3) whisk lightly until froths
4) it’s not fair to test people especially when it comes to something like ‘how much do you like me’. New goal: have a group of people that make you happy. Over time the ones closest to you will become clear. If you want to become closer to someone, spend some time chatting. Don’t try to force relationships, they’re supposed to bloom naturally.
5) remember what I said about how friends just want friends to be happy? Well, lots of people only care about keeping themselves happy and that will usually mean manipulating, controlling, and generally fucking with another person. Learn to spot these people early on and remove them from your life as much as possible.
Ok. That’s pretty much it. I’ve read through and edited this a bunch of times. I hope it is what you wanted to know.e
Question for tindr users. Does having shared friends put you off liking someone? Does it depend on which friends?