Randombling: A 5 minute long unedited random stream of consciousness produced by a nerd for nerds.
I’m not gonna lie. I’ve been a hypocrite before…One of the things that I hated about my last two exes is that they partied wayyyy too much and had some habits I didn’t agree with. I am now, joyfully, part of that scene. Will I apologize? Hell no! See…I was 16 when I got accepted to college and 17 when I arrived. Everyone around me was in their 20s. They lived it up and I was too uptight to. Guess what? I turn 20 soon and their interests are now mine. Was I trying to be a hypocrite? No. I think I just hadn’t blossomed/matured yet. Anyway…I don’t mind people changing and growing and maturing. What I >DO< mind is people being hateful hypocrites. There’s a girl on campus who, for lack of better term, has been known to be a bible-thumper. I have NO problem with that. I love the entire world for all of its racial, religious, political, etc differences. Like I said…I have a problem with hate. I have a problem with intolerance. This girl and her boyfriend recently broke up because of her hypocrisy. I have a few friends who know this girl…they say she’s always been uppity and snoody because of her beliefs…that they seem to make her think that she’s better. She’s been throwing anti-gay statements about the interwebs and I’m sorry, that’s just PLAIN. MEAN. Who am I or you or he or she to say that someone is wrong for loving how or who they do? Who are we as one being in an entire world to say that this person’s life is in vain? If you’re going to push your lifestyle on a specific group of people or society in general, then live it fully. Don’t claim to be high and mighty and holy and then post this video to the web:
I mean, really? If the dance isn’t enough, listen to the lyrics!
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