I’m a savage in a different way. I don’t pretend not to care about people. In fact, I care until I can’t. I try atleast. I try until it fails. And if it does, it will only make me a better person. I don’t try to act like someone I’m not, nor do I pretend to like something I don’t. I don’t dress the way society tells me to. Why should I? That’s a common mistake most of you make. You try to fit in. So eventually all of you will start to look, feel and act the same. Eventually being different is something we don’t see often. Eventually it becomes easier to take everyone for granted. But can you blame them?
Hello everyone! This post will be a little different, since I will be seeking opinions from everybody especially from men. Whether if you are a follower of mine or not, your opinions are welcome! I was not quite sure how to tackle this topic because it honestly caught me off guard. I still don’t know how, so I’m just going to type away and hope I make sense.
Today, while driving down a busy highway to go back to work after picking up a lunch, I was going about 50 something miles per hour. A car tried to catch up and stayed close next to mine while yelling and signaling for me to roll me front passenger window down. I saw him, of course. But I stayed focus on the road and did not want to turn my head although I can see him. He also did a “call me” signal which really disgusted me. How do you deal with that? I felt super uncomfortable and I felt disrespected. To be honest, I wanted to roll down my front passenger window to throw my hot lunch at him. But that would be a road range and plus, I was too hungry to waste my food on someone I don’t even know. It makes me sad but at the same time I’m mad.
I sped up, hoping he would just leave me alone. For a couple of minutes he tried and tried. What if I was not driving? What if the situation was totally different? What if I was walking down the street and someone did that? How do you deal?