21. Male. NY. Here's mah blog. NSFW, 18+, images aren't mine and I don't claim ownership unless otherwise stated.
Sex. Skating. Graffiti art. EDM/EBM. Hip Hop. Metal/Core. I beatbox. Bit of a survival enthusiast/outdoorsman. I'm a writer. I like thinking. I have a stutter.
Very free love, open minded, extremely unjudgmental. I think math is fun and intelligence is sexy. Hope you enjoy my blog and have a nice day.
Oh the irony.
I want to make out.
I want to kiss you all over your cute little face its so goddamn cute you cute cute
Every now and then I have a sudden urge to be naked. Regardless of where I am. I’m about to go to Denny’s, and I want to be naked. It’s strange.
All I want to do is know what my dream is so that I can follow it.
People are always encouraging others to follow their dreams, or never let go, or don’t settle for less, or what have you. And I am completely 100% for that. But I just don’t know what mine is.
I really want to have a dream.
I’m looking around online now, reading articles to help figure out what it is. Or what they are.
Wow I really like that line up.
If you spend all your time figuring out where you want to go with life you’ll never go anywhere.
That seems to be what I’ve been doing..
Well, kind of. I got my self in a program to correct my speech and have been pretty active in that. But it still feels like I’ve been saying that for too long.
It’s weird. It’s so hard for me to just choose something and go with it. Like pick a goal, work at it till completion, pick a new goal. That’s so hard for me. I want some kind of life long goal, so the process of choosing feels more difficult for me. I know I could always change my mind if I pick the “wrong” thing, but it just doesn’t seem to work like that. Because then I’d always be changing my mind. Once I choose, I’d like to commit to it. I want a passion like that.
It’s not even a question of a job.
It’s that I want to get paid to do something that I would be doing anyways.
The job is def about money, because that’s what makes it a “job” in that sense. But more important questions come before it for me. My job isn’t just for money. My job is me. My job is what I do. It’s my life. It’s part of who I am as a person.
That’s how I plan to stay happy in the work field.
People can sit back and call what I want fantasy. They can pick it apart, find its flaws, whatever. You keep being negative. I’ll keep being me.
Those who live their lives not chasing what the truly want…. Good luck to you.