I think I’m having an existential crisis again. But I’m not completely sure. Mostly because I’m a little confused on what an existential crisis is.
If what I think it is is what it is then I am. And if it’s not what I think it is and it’s annoying you that I’m using this phrase, then the rest of this post is just going to make you more annoyed so I think you should google “blogs that use the word existential correctly.” And we’ll see you later.
But you should come back. I’m listening to a class on Waterfront law issues and I’m sure I’ll have amazing things to write about afterwards.
I think I’m watching too much bad teen television. (I’m open to suggestions on good teen television.) It’s making me question my life: thus my use of existential. (I threw in thus just in case anyone who didn’t like my use of the word existential hung around. I find a good thus solves many problems.)
I recently spoke to a friend of mine I hadn’t spoken with for a year or so. Whenever I talk to someone I haven’t for a while, I ponder how we met. (thus + ponder = appeasement) After I hung up, I thought about how I got to know her because I knew her boyfriend first and then we all clicked and I hung out with the two of them. It wasn’t a big deal. I believe at the time I was overcoming an over-sized crush on an unobtainable man. (This description may also be coming from teen television.) And then I thought about it some more and watched a couple episodes of Teen Wolf and realized that for 6 months of my life, I was the third wheel. (Lightening should be going off in the background and Vincent Price should’ve read that last line.)
I’m not sure how I could’ve missed that for almost 20 years. I feel like I’ve been living a lie. I’m not sure what the lie would be because I do remember being invited and not inviting myself and I think it only happened 3 or 4 times BUT I do think this proves one thing: I need to watch more teen television.
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