"Do you ever feel as if you are stuck inside the story of your own life?"
I think that my life, were it a movie, would be one that would involve a lot of crowd participation. Think about the last time you watched a slasher flick. And there was this girl (dumb, dumb girl) who is in a sketch hotel. And she hears a noise. And she goes to investigate.
But, of course, she doesn't. And she becomes the slasher's next victim. And we scream. But we are thinking "well, seriously, she pretty much deserved it didn't she? what idiot would go to check out the noise when they were completely alone in a sketch hotel?"
That would be my life. Only the people in the audience would be screaming "NO, NO, NO...DON'T DUMP HIM!!! HE IS THE BEST GUY IN THE WORLD! HE'S PERFECT FOR YOU!! WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU???"
But I dump him. And then I regret it. And the audience says "well, seriously, you pretty much deserved it didn't you? what idiot would dump the best guy ever. hello?!?!?"
And then 30 minutes later they would be screaming "NO, NO, NO....DON'T GO OUT WITH HIM!!!! HE IS SOOOOOOO WRONG FOR YOU! WHY CAN'T YOU SEE THAT? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU???"
But I go out with him. And then I regret it. And the audience says "well, seriously, you pretty much deserved all that didn't you? what idiot couldn't see that he was a terrible match for you. hello?!?!?!"
And I just want to know one thing....why can't I hear the audience? Or, maybe I can. But I choose not to listen?