you tell someone you think you can trust, your random ideas.
And then, they FUCKING take said idea, add a few things to it, it and act like they invented it!
LITERALLY a week after you tell them said idea…
way to steal that thunder.
If you wanted to borrow my idea, or if you were inspired by it; it would have been nice to just say “oh man! i like that idea! do you mind if i use it?”
ideas are free, friendship and trust comes with a price.
today’s mood: ANNOYED AS FUCK.
Perhaps I’m harshly judgmental of my own generation, I probably am.
When I see/hear other 30+ year olds at clubs or bars, or even the office, going on about how slutty some 20yr old is… I feel sad inside. Especially when it is unwarranted or unfair accusations based solely upon physical appearance.
Slutty or not, I think we, as girls growing into women, are allowed to experiment with our own sexuality and physicality. Being pretty, being thin, being outspoken, being eccentric, and being young is not a crime. Especially at that age.
As a 30+ year old, I have made plenty of mistakes, and will probably continue to make some. I don’t see why other young women shouldn’t have that opportunity (should they choose it). Nor do I see reason why we, older women, should judge them so harshly on poor choices when we are fucking up from time to time ourselves.
Additionally, because we are more experienced, shouldn’t we be more accepting of other girls who are progressing through the same struggles we had, when we were that age? Shouldn’t it be easier for us to relate?
I don’t know if it’s an age/beauty thing, but it makes me sad.
There are plenty of younger girls out there, who amaze me everyday at how brilliant and well informed they are. Many of them boldly doing things that my generation could not do. And for that, I think it’s pretty hard for me to dismiss younger girls as “immature or young and dumb”. Most of them are not stupid.
And I think the same goes for women who are my age or older. Not all of us (who are 30+) are jealous micro-managing cunts out to ruin the lives of young girls. I would like to think that MANY of us want to help. Some times, I wish there was more of a conversation between my generation and the younger, so we don’t end up like previous generations.
I think in my case, because i tend to look young, and have friends as young as 18, to as old as 50, it gives me the benefit of seeing what these women are experiencing day to day. I think if we could all sort of diversify in such a way, perhaps it would help us keep our perspective:
we are all in this together as women.