Posts Tagged ‘ teen drama

Not a Fan

He doesn’t want people to know that he’s just an admin on the message board – nothing more. He likes to let people believe that he works for the fansite or the company itself or other things that make him seem more important that he really is.
He likes to pretend that he’s our “leader.”
Frankly, he’s an arrogant bastard and a glory hog – he’s taken it as his personal mission to ‘restore the message board to what it once was’ even though the people who made it what it once was aren’t there anymore, and he was never there during that time.

Protected: This is why I have issues with supposed authority (rather than actual authority)

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Protected: Bah. He’ll never even realize . . .

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Protected: There were some supportive people in my life at the time

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Arrogance

Every bloody time I tell him something new, or he learns something that he didn’t know before, he runs around spreading his newfound knowledge as if he knew it all along, and everyone thinks he’s so smart when he’s really just feeding of other’s intelligence.

Other People I Like

There’s M. He’s fun, really. We play around, flirting somewhat. We play Half Life and other games together, and he, like many of the guys in the channel, adores me for being a female gamer. But the extent of his interest, it seems is the fact that I’m female, and therefore screwable. I know that’s what he wants from me – he just wants a “fuck-buddy” as he called it.

There’s also L. He’s younger than me, but hell, he’s fun. I can talk to him, and he’ll listen, and he doesn’t get jealous or anything. He’s just a friend, and I like that.

Step Away From The Light

In a different world, the “real” world . . . it’d only real because it’s tangible . . . the net life is just as emotionally real . . .

In the “real” world, there’s people I like, and people I can’t stand, and things I can’t change. I’ve got less power in the ‘real’ world, and that makes me uncomfortable.

Things have happened to me in life that make me run away to places where I can be in charge.

So many people have left him all his life – his parents, his friends, his family . . . and he says I’m all he’ has left. I don’t like that kind of attention. He wants to attach himself to me, he wants me to be part of his world all his life and never ever leave him ever . . .

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