So over it….

**Disclaimer: The following is one of those ridiculous situations where the person involved is so oblivious that they’re probably never going to realize people feel this way about them, so take it as more of a warning to the rest of the world. lol. **

I’m sick and tired of trifling people. I’m done. Over it, past it, it’s not cute, it’s childish, and it’s just not worth my time to deal with it anymore. *exhale*.

Imagine, if you will, a person. From outside perspective, they seem like a relatively normal person. Genuine, honest, loyal, fun to hang out with, a decent friend, all that. Then, this person finds a significant other. Now we’re talking about a whole different ball game, folks. All of a sudden, you have on your hands the most shady, trifling, unreliable person you’ve ever met. Breaking commitments, “forgetting” promises, bailing out on you at any given moment. You find yourself asking, “why the hell am I friends with this person?!” And at some point, it’s all you can do to laugh, because you realize that they have done this before. Calling them out on their foolishness isn’t working. And worst of all, you’re so irritated at this point, you don’t want to try anymore.

Sound familiar? No? Well take note, you may be the person in question lol. And the rest of us aren’t going to take it anymore.

PSA: DO NOT BE THIS PERSON. EVER. Especially not around me lol. I don’t put up with that type tom-foolery around for long.

If you cannot maintain normal human friendships just because all of a sudden you’re getting regular booty, you need to seriously re-evaluate your life. Period. There is nothing, NOTHING in the world more trifling and irritating than someone who bails on their friends for an S.O. I understand the “honeymoon” period. Really, I do. I’ve been there. But it’s in horrible taste to disrespect the time and expectations of the friends who came long before this person. I’m sure I’ve been guilty of it a time or two, and for that I apologize. But right now I’m talking about a “person” who has become a chronic, repeat offender.

Sooner or later, you’re going to wake up and realize that your flakey-ness has cost you a whooooole lot more than you think. So I repeat, do not be this person. When you reach the tippity-top of that pedestal of romantic bliss, remember that if your trifling self falls off, you’re gonna need somebody left at the bottom willing to catch you.

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