(1) Fine: This is the word women use to end an argument when they are right and you need to shut up.
(2) Five Minutes: If she is getting dressed, this means a half an hour. Five minutes is only five minutes if you have just been given five more minutes to watch the game before helping around the house.
(3) Nothing: This is the calm before the storm. This means something, and you should be on your toes. Arguments that begin with nothing usually end in fine.
(4) Go Ahead: This is a dare, not permission. Don't Do It!
(5) Loud Sigh: This is actually a word, but is a non-verbal statement often misunderstood by men. A loud sigh means she thinks you are an idiot and wonders why she is wasting her time standing here and arguing with you about nothing. (Refer back to # 3 for the meaning of nothing.)
(6) That's Okay: This is one of the most dangerous statements a women can make to a man. That's okay means she wants to think long and hard before deciding how and when you will pay for your mistake.
(7) Thanks: A woman is thanking you, do not question, or faint. Just say you're welcome. (I want to add in a clause here - This is true, unless she says 'Thanks a lot' - that is PURE sarcasm and she is not thanking you at all. DO NOT say 'you're welcome'. That will bring on a 'whatever').
(8) Whatever: Is a woman's way of saying...Go to Hell.
(9) Don't worry about it, I got it: Another dangerous statement, meaning this is something that a woman has told a man to do several times, but is now doing it herself. This will later result in a man asking 'What's wrong?' For the woman's response refer to # 3.
I stumbled through life so lost and alone,
No one understood me or made me feel at home.
Life was meaningless and love wasn't real,
I was angry and broken with no way to heal.
But then I met you and my soul came alive,
My defenses came down and my heart sprung to life.
The darkness behind me made me fear loving you,
It scared me so badly I didn't know what to do.
You brought light to my life when I was lost in the dark,
I looked into your eyes and I felt the spark.
I knew I needed you no matter the cost,
You seen the real me whom I thought I had lost.
I ached for your touch and hungered for your kiss,
Whenever I am near you my soul fills with bliss.
You brought me to life a feat no one had done,
It was a fight within me but my heart you had won.
I opened myself mind, body, and soul,
To be taken by you and forever you will hold.
So this I vow till my dying day,
My heart belongs to you and with you it will stay!
When you look at me what is it you see?
Do you even see the real me?
You say you love my eyes,
How they sparkle and shine,
But do you even see what they have to hide?
You see their color,
You see their shape,
But can you see what’s beyond their shade?
Look into my eyes,
Tell me what you see,
Do you see all there is to me?
All the pain that I hide,
Emotions I have shared,
Feelings that I won’t,
Truths yet to share,
Lies I have told,
Passions I long for,
Dreams to unfold,
Can you see all my questions?
All my doubts,
All my fears,
Can you see the girl inside?
Cause I haven’t seen her in years,
She loves unconditionally,
She feels things for real,
But maybe you should ask her,
Can she see beyond her tears?
The things she has seen,
The things that she knows,
Her knowledge alone could make your blood run cold,
She’s so young and so scared,
Yet she’s wise beyond her years,
Do you even care?
Do you even know?
Or is that little girl truly alone?
Can’t you even see that she wants to come alive?
If you turn your back she might not survive,
Cause that scared little girl,
The one you cannot see,
That fearful little girl,
Is the real me!
I shave my legs
I sit down to pee
And I can justify
Any shopping spree
Don't go to a barber
But a beauty salon
I can get a massage
Without a hard-on
I can balance a checkbook
I can pump my own gas
I can talk to my friend
About the size of my ass
My beauty's a masterpiece
And yes it takes long
At least I can admit
To others when I'm wrong
I don't drive in circles
At any cost
And I don't have a problem
Admitting I'm lost
I never forget
An important date
You just gotta deal with it
I'm usually late
I don't watch movies
With lots of gore
Don't need instant replay
To remember the score
I won't lose my hair
I don't get jock itch
And just cause I'm assertive
Don't call me a bitch
Don't say to your friends
Oh yeah, I can get her
In your dreams my dear
I can do better
Flowers are okay
But jewelry’s best
Look at me you idiot
Not at my chest
I don't have a problem
With expressing my feelings
I know when you’re lying
You look at the ceiling
Don't call me a WHORE
A BABE or a CHICK
I am a WOMAN
Get it? You DICK!?!
I do believe there are many different levels to love but saying "I Love You" to a complete stranger online that you haven't even known very long is a bit loose. I have my online friends that I do adore and cherish of course. But then there are the ones I have known for quite some time that I can comfortably say I do love. Considering in my opinion there are many levels of love I feel it's safe to say I do indeed love my online friends.
How is there many levels of love? Well that is easy enough to explain. There is the love I have for my children that is unconditional and can never be broken. There is the love I have for my family that is pure and been there my whole life. There is the love I have for the one I date and/or marry who is my true love. Who compliments who I am. Who brought my soul to life and set it on fire. I would be utterly lost without my love. Then there is the love I have for my friends. I love my friends dearly and I would do anything I possibly can to help them when they are in need, to cheer them up when they are down, and to be there for them through good and bad.
Some of my online friends mean just as much to me as my friends that are here in my hometown with me. That's just who I am though. There may be states and in some cases countries seperating us but to me they are just as important as anyone I would meet here in my hometown. They have thoughts, emotions, and opinions just like anyone else which makes their friendship just as real as any friendship I have in my life.
Sure I may never see them face to face. True that I may never know them outside of the cyber space our friendship lives in. But to me I will cherish them as much as I cherish my friends here with me. So to those of you who say "it's just the internet" yes it is just the internet but let's think about this. You can get a job through the internet. You can buy a home through the internet. You can shop for clothes, home decor, and household products through the internet. There is dating sites on the internet that many people use everyday. You can communicate with your real life friends through the internet by using e-mail. social networking sites and instant messangers. You can even communicate with your loved ones through the internet.
So what would make you think that just because it's on the internet it's not as important? It is just as important cause the people you are chatting with and getting to know are real people just as you are a real person. You don't have to meet face to face to have real emotions involved. Yes feelings can get hurt and hearts can get broken just as easily online as they can anywhere else. So the next time a friend is hurting because of something that happened on the internet think about what I just said before you say "it's just the internet".
As I opened my eyes and gazed up at the sky,
I recalled my past and how the years just flew by.
Childhood games with the neighborhood kids,
Fond memories of my very first kiss.
Recess at school and bad cafeteria food,
Never breaking the rules at my Elementary School.
Middle School years brought me lots of tears,
Bullies and peers were my biggest fears.
High School begun and man was it fun,
With making kids laugh and cutting class.
School starts to such and I knew I was stuck,
In those classes of hell that I always failed.
Dropped out of school and started breaking the rules,
Brought my family to shame cause I was such a pain.
Parties, drugs, and beer for the next couple of years,
Being so ignorant and then I got pregnant.
Now I have kids and once again life begins!
We used to sit up late night,
Talking and joking about our life,
You'd talk about Mel and I'd talk about Yuum,
But no matter what we always had fun.
When I was sad you'd make me laugh,
Through all the rough times we had a blast,
When I was sick you were by my side,
You saved my life when I wanted to die.
I was destroyed when I lost my son,
You helped me see life just begun,
You helped me see it wasn't the end,
I realized then you were my best friend.
The came the time I had to move,
I wonder if I would still see you,
We kept in touch once a week,
You were there when I was in need.
But then you moved,
Our calls became few,
All I know is I really miss you!