WonderfulLove

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Joined: January 28, 2012
Last Seen: 9 years
Birthday: January 21
user id: 268781
Gender: F


 


 
 
Hi There LovelyQuestion everything.
My name is Sophie.There's nothing really special about me. Um I'm kinda embarrassed by like half of my quotes but am way too lazy/scared to go through and delete them so oops. I'm really obsessed with South Park and that's probably my favorite thing in the world, yeah. 
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Quotes by WonderfulLove

 

You can sit beside me when the world comes down, 
If it doesn't matter then just turn around.
We don't need our bags and we can just leave town.
You can sit beside me when the world comes down.


 

 

 

 

 

 
We all do it
If you don't like someone, you're going to talk about them behind their back.
You want to let your anger out.
You want to vent.
We all do it.
You can't deny it. It's a normal thing.
It isn't good, but we all do bad things.

I'm not saying it's right to do, but don't be surprised when it happens to you.
It happens more than you know.
It shouldn't happen, but yeah it will.
If someone talks about you behind your back
and then you're all like
"Gosh they are such a loser for talking about me behind my back.
How low!
They are just jealous."
That's talking about them too. 
Hypocritical, isn't it?
But we're all hypocrites too.
I'm not quite sure what my point here is.
I just want to make you realize that saying rude things about  people that talked about you/someone else behind their back is the same thing they had done. 
You're bullying just as much as they are.
Though I'm not quite sure I'd call it bullying in most cases.
But in some it is.

 

All anyone says is "Don't." or "I'm sorry."
"You're too beautiful for this." or "You're hurting so many people."
"You have a great future ahead of you." or "You're worth so much more."
The thing is, that's the only thing we know how to say.
It isn't enough for even ourselves, yet we still tell others it to comfort them.
Sure, it helps a little. Not nearly enough though.
Just because they say stuff like this doesn't mean they don't care though.
If someone says stuff like this, they truly want to help you.
They just don't know how.
What would you do in a situation such as you were trying to talk your friend out of self harming themself?
I bet you would say these same things.
The only person that can actually help you is yourself,
but others can help you figure out how to help yourself.
You should try to be that one person that really tries to help people.
That puts all their effort into it, as if their life depends on it.
Be that one person that helps them figure out how to help themself.

 

"Neil, Niall, is calling his fans the C-word. Zayn is wearing the t-shirt that says FU. Their fans are 8, 9, 10 year olds. When your fans are that young, I do think that you have a responsibility. I think they all will probably try solo. My pick to be the first to leave the group is Zayn."
                                      -Perez Hilton



People always say the usual stuff like "Oh, I'm sorry!"
or
"That sucks! It will get better, I promise!"
or
"You can talk to me whenever you want!"
Even though you just tried talking to them.
Not many people ever actually take the time to listen to you.
To give you advice.

And people never seem to ask why.
Perhaps they feel like they are being too nosy, but they aren't.
You want to tell people why,
you want to vent to them.
You want to let things out.
But you just feel like you are going to be a bother. So you don't.
And since they never ask, you feel like they don't want to know.

Always ask people why.
It can help them more than you know.





I've always been the kind of girl
That hid my face
S o  a f r a i d  t o  t e l l  t h e  w o r l d
What I've got to say






It makes me really mad how gullible people are today.
Don't believe everything you hear.





*My best friend and I joking around about stuff*
Me: *faking sad* 
Best Friend: Aww are you depressed? I saw you cutting yourself last night *laughs*
Me: ...


That just really piissed me off. No. Don't joke about self harm or laugh about it. 

Person: What religion are you anyway.
Me: Uhm, I'm agnostic.
Person: ...You know Jesus makes you say and do everything you do.
Me: Sooo I'm going to go to "Hell" for something I'm being controlled to say and do? Seems fair. 
Person: ...


Yeah, that's what I thought. But true story.
I don't think that most of you know what "hate" is.
So come here kiddos & auntie Sophie will explain this to you.
You want to know something that isn't hate? 
Saying you don't like a band. 
Yes, saying somethin like "Ugh they suck and need to go die and don't deserve to be famous and are so ugly and their voices sound like dying rhinos." is hate.
But not saying you don't like a band.
Saying a band is not wonderful is not hate.
Saying you don't like something is not hate.

We all dislike people.
We all dislike things.
I don't like Nicki Minaj!
Was that hate? NO.
I just don't like the music she make and I am not fond of the lyrics in her songs.
I have a dear friend that said "Plot Twist: One Direction is a wonderful band."
And people told her to stop hating.
But the thing is, she wasn't hating.
That's her opinion on the band. I share the same opinion. 
So basically, saying an opinion (or anything really) that hurts no one is not hate. 
But saying something that does hurt people, well, it may not be hate but sometimes it will be.
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