Old Myspace Blogs 2/2/2005

I’m continue my walk down memory lane and my myspace blogging days…
I am so tired of REALITY SHOWSgiphy

Subject I am so tired of REALITY SHOWS
DateCreated 1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM
PostedDate 2/2/2005 2:32:00 PM
Body I mean …when is enough ENOUGH?WHen will networks get tired of this….i mean its not really reality …all they pick is wanna be models and actors anyhow. You never see reality shows with ugly people, fat folks (unless its the biggest loser) or people with disablities.

Reality TV is what people wish reality was. A bunch of drama summed up in one hour. but thats not reality.

In reality every body isn’t beautiful

IN reality everybody doesn’t care to share their opinions to perfect strangers

In Reality theres more than one black person in the world

IN reality if I meet a chick and she’s dationg 50 other bachelors while she’s dating me, I’m about to shoot her the deuce cause she’s probably sleeping with all of them.

IN reality, job interviews usually don’t have physical challenges

IN reality, you can get a makeover and still be ugly

and Finally, IN REALITY, I will never have to stay in a big house with seven complete strangers and be forced to get along. (if i dont like you i’ll either move or stay in my room)

I hate reality shows, why dont they call them like Low budget soap operas or something…cause thats what they are.

maybe i’m mad cause i haven’t been picked for one lol….


When i find a relationship, it’s sorta like this…

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Lol , i admit, it happens fast and unexpectedly, and I think that what makes it scary (especially if you find yourself falling alone) I was thinking to myself “Damn I fall in love fast” — of course, I fall out of love fast too.. I don’t know if it’s really “love” or enamoured..eh different word same feeling right? I just try to open up to people unapologetically without walls up. It helps me to learn who people are REALLY FAST. THat alone can help see through bullshit. When you’re dating in your 30’s wasting time is not an option. If you don’t like someone, let them know… move on. The older I get the more I feel someone’s lifestyle has to compatible with my own (when I was younger it didn’t matter) but things like diet, how OFTEN you drink, social life, family life, work life all play a major part in how relationships balance out. I’ve dated a couple of workaholics who never have time and I’ve dated so socialholics who have time for everyone (else) . So all in all I’ve looking for someone who balances …with me.