Please do not message me if:
-you are a flake
-you are addicted to drama and constantly try to create it to please your addiction
-you are not a genuine person
-you are afraid of acting like yourself
-you are one of these girls who will make her "rules" a higher priority than having fun, ie. 'I prefer to have the upperhand in a relationship'
-you don't know how to have fun
-you don't know how to have fun without alcohol
I'm a fourth year student at Simon Fraser University Surrey, interested in design and particularly graphic design for news media/magazines. You know that feeling when you suddenly realize that you have found something you're passionate about and that you want to do it for the rest of your life? Yeah, I had that fairly recently.
I'm infatuated with music; I am listening to it constantly and I consider it a huge part of my life. Me and a friend like to say that everything is an obstacle that needs to be overcome in order to listen to music. I generally try to either have fun or be relaxed (or both) in every situation. I am always looking to surround myself with people that know how to have a good time, and create lots of fun and laughter even when it seems like there is nothing exciting in a situation. My favourite people are the ones where, say you have something planned like some crazy picnic, and you're all on the way but the car explodes and suddenly it's pouring rain and you have to find a way home but you're in the middle of nowhere... but you still end up having an awesome time with them, and most times a BETTER time. Those are the people I try to be with.
I've never understood this whole belief that in order for two people to get along, they have to have a bunch of stuff in common. My best friendships and relationships haven't been because we both liked watching Ghostbusters and drinking chocolate milk... they've been great because our personalities were a match and we both had a lot of fun together. When you're having fun you CREATE things in common with another person, and you end up creating an entire universe that you share. It doesn't matter if you have those things in common to begin with. But here you go anyway:
people who have the courage to be themselves
not caring what other people think
the moment where you've been lauging hysterically for a while but it's dying down a bit... then you look at your friend, who is STILL laughing hysterically... and it makes you burst into hysterical laughter all over again
driving the long way home at 3am
driving obscure routes for no reason
When your best friend has been away working on a cruise ship for 6 months, you miss him tonnes, and then he comes back... and within 2 minutes of seeing him again and it feels like nothing has changed, you realize that the two of you will never grow apart and that you'll be best friends for life
being told what to do
obsessions with money and superficiality
people that are scared of radical ideas
playing it safe just because you're afraid
the idea that, "it's always been done this way, so WE have to do it that way"
the idea that you can't have fun unless you're "doing something"
I usually tend to do something a bit different depending on the girl and the chemistry we seem to have. But it's always something fun, and it ends up being something that keeps us laughing the entire time. I get told I'm quite spontaneous and that people don't know what I'm going to do next, and so I'll often take a girl to a place where the spontaneity of the good time will have a big impact on what we do.