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High five to those gals who have never been in a relationship since birth! LOL
Admit it, every time you meet new people they would always end up asking you.. “do you have a boyfriend?” and that’s the time the situation would turn out really awkward for you because they would start throwing you questions you’re not interested to answer.
I know, I know. This is certainly not something to be embarrassed of but some make it feel like we’re not a normal person when truth is we’re just chillin, enjoying life and going with the flow.
Gals like us may have flirted with some guys but it didn’t last for long either because they’re not ready to commit or they’re after that something (y’know it) and I’m not just into that thing.
I have listed only five of many awkward and common questions people ask and this is what I, and probably some gals, think:
- Seriously, why?? You’re a beautiful girl!
what actually goes on my mind: it’s like you indirectly saying that there’s something wrong with me and my personality and it’s honestly making me feel bad. Some of us may be really too sensitive and tend to overthink this kind of questions. If you don’t want to hear us sarcastically answer you with this statement “I was ugly, that’s why”, just stop. I know you’re curious but one question would be enough, thank you.
- Were you super focused on your studies before that you never had time with boys?
what actually goes on my mind: no, not really. I’m a gal and I would love to experience that kilig feeling too. It’s just that no one’s really into me and I’m not freakin desperate to go over guys just so I’ll be like other people who are in a cool relationship.
- Nobody showed any interest in dating you?? How come??
what actually goes on my mind: I really don’t know what to answer to this one. How would I know?
4. Are your parents too strict that they don’t want you to enter a relationship yet?
what actually goes on my mind: nope. My mom is unbelievably open with this and is beyond excited than me to have one. It’s just that the right person’s not here yet.
- You’re probably too choosy.
what actually goes on my mind: is that so wrong for a person to be choosy?? We have different standards and I hope people would understand that. You may like this certain person for me but it would still be up to me to decide because it’s me who would be in the relationship.
Most of the time, I would just try and end the topic by answering idk. I don’t really feel like explaining myself and it would just be clearly pointless. I and some gals out there are enjoying and loving the single life. No pressure, no other responsibilities. And maybe, this is what’s best for us (for now).
We want to save and travel first. Build ourselves and be successful. As so when the right person comes, we wouldn’t be too dependent on our partner.