Day — 37

I hate being fat and old.

It sucks.

Especially when everyone around you is 12.

Or at least 22.

I did kiss a boy tonight.

A peck.

He was 22.

And straight.

I hate being fat and old.

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7 thoughts on “Day — 37

  1. Peter June 28, 2008 / 09:02

    You can work on loosing weight and age is in the mind.

    Is a peck kissing?

  2. Lemuel June 28, 2008 / 12:18

    Be thankful. Wait till you’re my age. I can’t remember when I last kissed a boy – or a man – or any male of the species – gay or straight. Maybe not remembering is a blessing of old age.

  3. Chris June 28, 2008 / 12:32

    I’d rather be fat and old than 22 and straight! 🙂 Oh wait I am fat and old, never mind.

  4. zeph June 28, 2008 / 19:48

    Eh, well. Fat is something you can fix, if you want. There are people who like fat, anyway.

    If you can say “age is in the mind”, you’re probably not old, yet. Then again, if you still have most of your original parts, and they still work, you’re probably not as old as you think.

  5. Bill June 29, 2008 / 01:24

    Did you give him a kiss or a pecker?

  6. urspo June 29, 2008 / 02:39

    being around youngsters will do that; but remember most of them are airheads.

  7. Aaron July 2, 2008 / 09:34

    I, too, am “fat and old” and I realized something this past weekend: I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world.

    Oh sure, there are some specific moments I’d like to go back and relive. And then I just pop my Tears for Fears CD in and stroll down memory lane. But to actually go BACK to that time, when I was awkward, ungainly, asexual and had no dress sense? And had no control over my future (or thought I didn’t)? Not so much. I’m glad to be on the other side of all that.

    And urspo is right, those kids are airheads. I thought so even when I WAS a kid. (That’s probably why I never got any…)

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