Why people, anyone, has to catagorize themselves is beyond me.
I sometimes wonder if it is just not a new angle for girls
to get guys (*or, being politically correct or whatever, other girls, depending on your taste in genders)...
(which is always the ultimate goal of most everyone) and
sadly, if all the ‘hunks’ (*or whatever it is girls find attractive in other girls) are unavailable or are looked down on as
smart or less attractive girls, they will go for the
‘geek’ guys <(see *).
Pfft, guess it all eludes my way of thinking.
Just be yourself, don’t try to be something you are not for any reason (unless, of course, you are an axe murderer or something, then I suggest NOT being that part of yourself and seek help) cause you’ll never be happy if you do.
ESPECIALLY NOT JUST TO GET A GUY <(see *)!!!!
(It will only eventually make both you and him/her unhappy when the truth comes out.)
Oh, and that goes for everyone else who feels they must
attach a label to themselves. Maybe they should just
get it tattooed on the back of their necks-
‘I am a geek’,
‘I am (choose one or more) a LGBT’,
‘I am a hipster’,
‘I am steampunk’,
‘I am an axe murderer’...
(forget I said the last one. Actually, it would not be in their
best interest to do so!)
'I am ________' <(fill in the blank)
...and, I am none of the above!
But, if someone else has labeled you (which, sadly, happens)
then I guess, at least, if the label fits, be proud and not ashamed.
I’m just saying, be truly yourself, regardless of what anyone else
thinks of you!
(except if you are a serial killer or something.)
I guess I just don't like derogatory name calling or falseness....
or violence, or ridicule, or ostracizing....or just being mean.
Actually, I'm not quite sure what I mean, but I must mean
something or I would not have posted this. Mean, as in to 'convey
something to you'. Not like the previous use of mean, like in 'nasty'.
Words! Which we give meaning to. RIght?