February 7th, 2008

Ice King, Adventure Time

Here's Your Freakin' Love Entry Right Here

Love can sometimes be a many splintered thing. Honestly, I think few people nowdays actually realize what romance is. Well, people I know anyways.

This one girl at work is a flirt, no two ways about it. She has had guys hanging around her all the time. Every week, she seems to have some sort of new boyfriend or new guy hanging around her. One time, this guy who has a daughter and was kind of hooked up with another woman was all over her. I mean, had I known that the guy was already partially attached, heck, I still wouldn't have said anything, but the thought is revolting. She is now going after another guy. If she ever comes to me, I'm just going to say that we remain friends, because I am pretty sure she would backstab me, and that's the last thing I need in terms of relationships.

Another situation I do not want to be in is what we guy's call getting "wipped". Meaning, being everything less being attached to the one you love. I'm sorry, but no. I can not do that. "Moron", you call me. I am not advocating "open" relationships. I think those encourage acts God does not see as favorable. I am saying, I don't want to be constantly feeding into someone's life.

If I do not talk to them for a day or two, it honestly shouldn't be a big deal. If you whole life falls apart if I am not talking to you every few hours then I'm sorry, but I want to be as much as a free spirit in a relationship. No, I am not saying that I am not flexible, because I know sometimes the opposite sex is the same way, not being able to be there every minute, but I am saying that the sun will come up, the hours will go forward, and traffic will continue to be a nightmare on and off, whether I am there or not. Emergencies, count on me, but don't make me an appendage to your body.

On the other extreme, yeah, I do want to hear form you and date now and then. It may not be every week, but I am fine with that. Communication is necessary to implement in a relationship, though. I do want those long talks late into the night. I don't want 100% serious, 100% random, or 100% run-of-the-mill, meaning the whole "Hello" "Hi" "How are you?" "Fine yourself?" "Good. What's up?" "Nothing, yourself?" "Not much. How was your day?" Etc. Those get tiring after a while. I mean especially online, but I digress. I mean, if after all the usual you're like, "so.....". I mean if the whole conversational trend isn't there, then it makes for a forgettable conversation. I am not saying all of those conversations are bad or boring, but it has high chances of it. I have literally fallen asleep during those. I try my hardest not to be rude, and I'm sorry if I am, but conversations are necessary, as well as the right ones.

I get openly mocked for my "celibacy" belief. I hate calling it that. It is not that, but yes, I am not into drinking or smoking, and I want sex as much as the next guy, but I wish people would respect that. This is what I humbly believe, and if you mock me or persuade me otherwise, then you are going to lose my respect. Do I try to convince you that one political party is better than the other? Do I tell you that your family functions should be improved? No, I do not.

Unlike some people, relationships to me symbolize one main objective, that I think I could see myself married to you and happy, even if we are 80 years old in a retirement village. I don't date just to be seen with someone, satisfy some longing need to fill that void in my life, or just to be part of the crowd. I think those end in folly and short marriages, much like celebrity ones.

Does any of this sound good to you? Do I sound like a good person to date? Well, even this entry is not representative of who I really am. I am seriously scratching the tip of the iceberg with this. There are many sides to me most people do not know. Some of it I never post about on here, because that would make my side of future conversations lack a bit. I just hope that this increases your understanding, or if you already knew most of this, then a reminder of who I am and what I am looking for. Thank you for taking the time to read this.

May everyone have a happy v-day, but I am in the emo-majority who says "Who cares", even within a relationship, so don't look for future entries like this just for that reason.

Anyways, got lots to do the next week (I still haven't recorded this week's Geek's Weekly, ouch!), so I will leave you, but will return with cheddar and sour cream chips!

May romance find you.

The Allengator