Found this in one of my very messy folders; everytime you go on holiday or something take a rock and write down on it memory that happened there and keep it foreveeeeeeer 😀
Ok, so I have to say I’m fuckin’ tired of hearing my friend wanting to get married, yet she says that it’s a taboo to talk to guys on a personal level.
Are you fucking kidding me??
Ok, let me dissect her narrow views in social relationships. I understand she’s an extremely religious person and would die before having a boyfriend/girlfriend type of relationship, however, she NEEDS to be able to talk to guys and deciding for herself whether they’d be husband material or not, and the first damn step to that is actually becoming friends with guys, since that’s the best way to get to know someone.
She keeps having old men or creepy unstable guys asking for her hand in marriage, and then she complains.
Ummm… duh. Arranged marriage these days are a sign of desperation and being unable to find someone, it’s kind of like going on a dating website – except in dating websites you are able to get to know the person way more before deciding to freakin’ marry them.
Also, what sane young guy would want to do arranged marriages???
1.Most of them already have girlfriends they plan on being with and don’t need mommy to hook them up with a bride who sits at home waiting to be called by the ‘perfect’ guy.
2. They end up falling for their friend who goes to university with them, or works at their job place, and then the guy ends up calling her family to ask to marry her
Notice that both include communication and friendship between both guy and girl???
If you don’t notice, good luck staying unmarried at your family’s house for the rest of your life, maybe start up a knitting business or something.
If you plan on sitting around to have someone amazing call and ask for your hand in marriage, while you don’t even talk to guys, or befriend them or even show what an awesome person you are – who the fuck are you expecting to call?? Your imaginary friend from kindergarten or something???
Seriously, grow up and open your brain (if you are close-minded) the world didn’t end 50 years ago, you know.
Some cute Valentine’s ideas to make 😀
- Etsy Find : Valentine Cards (tolivebeautifully.com)
- Easy Valentine’s Day cards (babyccinokids.com)
- 14 DIY Valentines for Kids (formulamom.com)
- Valentine’s Eyecandy (georginagiles.wordpress.com)
- Top 5 Valentine’s Day DIYs (mjtrim.com)
- Quick and Easy: Valentine’s Day Treat (spotofteadesigns.com)
- 12 Heart-Shaped Treats for Valentine’s Day (brit.co)
What are Tarot Cards?
“The tarot ( /ˈtæroʊ/; first known as trionfi and later as tarocchi, tarock, and others) is a pack of playing cards (most commonly numbering 78), used from the mid-15th century in various parts of Europe to play a group of card games such as Italian tarocchini and French tarot. From the late 18th century until the present time the tarot has also found use by mystics and occultists in efforts at divination or as a map of mental and spiritual pathways.” – Wikipedia
Do I believe in them? Yeah, I do actually! I’m pretty open-minded in life (and afterlife), and the cards so far never steered me wrong! I love the deck I own, beautifully designed.
I remember a funny time when I brought the cards to highschool, we had this really insane teacher, who seemed to have bi polar, and she made life a living Hell for us (mostly girls, she flirted a lot with the guys), whenever we would ask the cards about her, we pulled out the Devil card, and whenever we just mentioned her, the Devil card appeared. This happened literally every single time we talked about her! We even tested it out to make sure it wasn’t a fluke; we shuffled the cards, split it into 3 stacks, and pulled a card out of one of the stacks – and yes, we pulled the Devil card.
Another time, is a few years ago when I asked where I’d meet the love of my life, and what type of person he’d be. The cards described that I’d meet him in a place of education, he’d be responsible, well with financial stuff, and that he’d be a business oriented guy, and that he’d be the love of my life, and that I’d be secure, and that there’ll be many obstacles and hardships but we’d end up overcoming them – basically, the cards spoke of a guy I’d never be interested in, and someone that I never saw myself come across, or hang out in the same social circles.
Well, damn, I met him 2 years after that. A business major – Accounting and Finance Major to be exact, he’s very responsible, and he’s the love of my life, and yes I’m feeling very secure, and yes there had been many struggles and obstacles that we have overcome.
So yeah, so far the tarot cards haven’t let me down, and these 2 experiences are just a few of many, they have even helped out friends of mine.
But hey, that’s just my opinion.