You are Fat and Annoying

I judge a lot. I realized this when I saw a girl wearing her poorly matched outfit. I was thinking about how she could have chosen to wear it today and how I wished she changed to something else. People say some judge others because they have nothing better to do with their lives.

Guess what? That’s what I’ve been doing. I’m not proud of it; so this time, I’m going to judge myself and hope that I change, too.

Dear self,

1. You are fat.

You know you’re supposed to love the body you have, but you don’t. You accept yourself and your body, but such acceptance is not making you happy, is it? It sucks to walk fifteen minutes and breathe heavily as if you’re going to die. You hate how you can’t fit into some of your clothes, and you don’t even the money to buy new clothes. You are fat and unhealthy, and you might die fat and unhealthy.

2. You suck at saving.

You live beyond your means. The money you earn isn’t enough to sustain your life, let alone pay for your credit card bills. Moreover, you spend as if you’re going to die tomorrow. Sure, you can die tomorrow, but why do you keep spending for things you won’t need when you’re dead? Also, you spend so much on junk food, making you fatter.

3. Your talent is going to waste.

You can sing. You used to love acting on stage. You love to write. People say you’re good at things you put your heart into, but all that is going to waste. You sell out to corporations, work, and earn so little that go to useless things. You shouldn’t have been given such talent since you’re not using them anyway.

4. You are becoming boring. Actually, you are boring.

What do you do when you get out of work? Nothing.

You walk back home, heat up food for dinner, eat in front of your TV set, wash the dishes, and watch some terrible TV show. Then you go to sleep, get up the next day, bore yourself at work, and then repeat the cycle. You complain about not getting the life you hoped for, but that’s all you can do – complain. And make plans. And write shit like this because you have nothing else to do. You are so boring living a boring life.

5. Like I just said, all you do is complain.

You talk to your friends, and when they ask you how you’re doing, you repeat the same complaints you’ve had and then maybe add more details. But you’re really just still complaining. If you’re so miserable, why don’t you do something about it? Oh right. Because all you do is complain. And it’s boring that all you do is complain. How about experiencing something worth sharing?

 6. And you come up with all these crazy excuses why you can’t do something about it.

After complaining, your friends tell you what you can do, and then you make excuses like “it’s not the right time”, or “there’s so much to do”, or “I don’t have the funds for it”. Well, newsflash! You’ll never get anywhere if you just keep making excuses. You’re not helping yourself and you’re starting to annoy those around you. Also, when they ask you out, you just say you can’t because… WTF!

There’s so much more, and the list just goes on. Seriously do something about your life. You can’t keep living like this or else you’ll die like this. You judge others a lot; some may even be living more than you. This time judge yourself first because there’s so much you can do instead of judging others.

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12 Comments

    1. I really tried to dig deep and tell myself the things I don’t want to hear from other people. Some believe this is out of negativity and insecurity, but I found writing this more therapeutic. In fact, I developed a different perspective about my life after writing this — that if I wanted change to happen, then I should make it happen. 🙂

      1. I completely understand what you mean. Although it was wholly negative, it’s good that you realized your shortcomings so that you know how to overcome them. So proud of you! 🙂

        But… just remember not to be too critical of yourself. Always think positive. You’re an amazing and talented person. You can do anything you want to. 😉

        Keep writing! 😀

  1. Take time to asses what you really want to do. What makes you tick, kumbaga. Then leave your job and pursue what you love doing.

    Great article btw, Ken. 😀

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