posted on Nov, 2 2013 @ 09:56 AM
There's something seriously wrong with your thought processes. You write like a kid who barely got out of high school with C's, you 'used to make
money flipping houses but now you're homeless', but someday you're going to get your act together and buy a house, you're staying with people who
'aren't keen on the idea of a hot tub at their house', (nor are they keen on YOU at their house); you post a picture of a particularly pretty all lit
up 'oooo shiny!' hot tub which tells me you probably have issues with rank materialism and inability to control yourself even a bit, you apparently
aren't planning to get a regular job any time soon because you probably think 'flipping houses' will come back into economic vogue sometime soon when
it's obvious to the most comatose sheep that we're in a permanent economic tailspin and you spend a lot of time here writing self indulgent
My question is, why is your girlfriend bothering with you if she can hold down a job and has bought a house, and how is it you're basically homeless
if your girlfriend has a house? And what does she see in you?
What's really going on here is, you think by buying her a hot tub, you'll be buying her in one way or another, whether 'strings attached' or guilt
trip or something, and you'll be able to use the hot tub yourself (but SHE'LL take care of it for you!!) because in your
not-terribly-dealing-with-reality mind, you've been unable to prioritize RIDICULOUS LUXURIES up against NECESSITIES.
For cripes' sake, grow up. If you're anything over 16 years old, this is ridiculous.
PS: You don't have to 'buy presents for like 20 people' EVER, FOR ANY REASON. Christmas is a load of advertising-driven claptrap brought to you by
the Walmarts of America Association. No one ever needs to give anyone a present, ever. Get out of that mental mode NOW, everybody. Consumerism is
killing the planet. And kill your goddam teevee, it's making you stupid.
edit on 5158911amSaturdayf58Sat, 02 Nov 2013 09:58:51
-0500America/Chicago by signalfire because: stop asking me that question