Ok, I get this, but I don't agree with it. I mean is it that whole forbidden fruit hypothesis rearing its ugly head again? Do we only want what we can't have?
The reason I bring this up is because yet again, Mack and Chris decided to make me play priest and listen to their confessions about and to each other. I'm pretty sure that I told Mack on Tuesday that we couldn't be friends. I deleted him off of BBM. Was this not a big enough gesture?
I don't know what is going on between those two crazies, but I swear they deserve each other. The garbage that comes
Typical K would allow him to try and be my friend again since he's "trying" so damn hard and keeps saying these ridiculous things like:
"It's because we love you" (that we involve you in our craziness)
"I mean you are such a good person and I just don't want you to be upset with me" (even though we're not actually friends and I already messed that up and obviously telling you shitty stuff about my friend will not upset me - actually it doesn't...but shh)
"You're the one who decided we couldn't be friends, not me" (so I don't have to take any responsibility for our friendship not working)
However, he even admitted saying some things to me to be vindictive towards Chris and I really don't like vindictive people because they're unpredictable and you can never truly trust them because you don't know what they're going to one day turn around and use against you.
Basically, I'm in another awesome dilemma about second chances. We'll see how it goes.
In other news. I had a great dinner (at Aperitivo) with two middle school friends and I'm excited to do it again some time. However, I am not excited about having been in Park Slope. It still kind of holds a weird basin of memories for me. I mean, I think only fat K can be associated with Park Slope, and I don't like that. I left that person behind.
On to the next!