Misconceptions About Me

What four things do people confuse about you?
These are the issues people oftentimes misconstrue about myself...
- If I am friendly to you, it must mean I trust you.
- If I have known you a lot longer than someone else, our connection is senior and much more prevalent to that of the other connection.
- I'm not allowed to voice my opinion if you hurt me, if you spend money on me.
- If I think a guy is hot, I must have feelings for him.

Now give the truths about the misconceptions.
- I am friendly to everyone. It's my nature. It doesn't mean I trust you.
- Just because we have any kind of a connection through domesticity, religion, patriotism, age range, gender, job status, etc, it doesn't mean you are a better person to me than the next person. Every single person is first and foremost a human being to me fit to earn my like, love and respect just like everyone else.
- If you spend money on me or get me things in this world, things I neither entered nor will I exit with, it's nice but I will not like, love or respect you more for such extravagances gained in my world. If you hurt me and feel obligatory based on such receptions, all it costs is my respect of you. I am not, have never been and will never be into emotional briberies.
- I have always considered everyone physically beautiful because that's the way they were made. I will never call someone ugly or anything relating because it is of my belief that if I miss something or someone else misses it, it doesn't mean it isn't there. I get attracted to nice. Although there is a difference in be nice and act nice, I prefer be nice. I don't, never have and never will like a guy based on looks. If looks mattered, I'd feel sorry for males and females that are blind literally, color blind or partially blind.
blossomingbeauti blossomingbeauti
36-40, F
May 24, 2012