We Could End Up Lonely If We Don't Know How To Do This

Am I the only one that believes our generation is a bit lost? I mean come on, aside from the college goers and young entrepreneurs, you have to admit that the other 40% of millennials priorities might be a bit f*cked up.

From social media, waist cinchers, fit tea, fat melters, butt shots (if you don't know what that is, it's basically a lifestyle many socialites on social media endorse or get - butt shots being fake butt injections, fit tea - a tea that makes you fit, fat melters - pills that "melt fat", so forth) - back to what I was typing...

From social media's influence, waist cinchers, fit tea, fat melters and butt shots, we have to admit that we've become more selfish than selfless. We let social media dictate whether we are pretty or not, whether we are working hard enough or not at all. We let these 'wannabe' fit models give us health tips when they've probably never picked up a nutrition book in their lives.

I mean I can go on and on.

Aside from this idea that having a super small waist with a big butt and boobs is considered "beautiful" in the eyes of some millennials, it makes you wonder how the generations after us will look at everyday life.

Like what happened to love? Will generations to come even know what love really is? I mean if they don't see it now, will they ever see it?

But moving forward.

I say all this to say it is important to keep in mind the speed we are going. Yes, I admit the fast life might be a bit easier, dealing with people for certain benefits, simply to get what you want. But always remember that there's going to come a day when you get old.

And no matter how many lifts you get in that a** or on your face, you're still growing old. There's always going to be someone younger than you. So the life you are living now, can dictate your future...

Which means... there's still a chance you might end up alone.

And I don't know about you, but I refuse to be an old lady with 5 cats because I was to naive and selfish at a young age to remember that love is a beautiful thing.

Just some food for thought.

I am not saying go out and just look for love. But, if it comes to you, don't be opposed to it. It truly might change your whole outlook on life.


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