Hey people,how have you been? I've been very awesome and work has been crazy.I mean,i rarely have free days in the week,i rarely lounge.Gone are those days i'll chill at the office and ping and tweet and do all kinds of lazying.Oh well! I was supposed to be working right? Sometimes i get paid to just sit,browse or ping or tweet or play scrabble or whatever,not anymore though.It actually feels good to be engaged,maybe it because of the person i'm engaged to.But i enjoy my current relationship status.And i know it'd be more when i'm like Emaleeecious.
Ever wonder why people would pretend to be what they're not just to acquire certain things? Some lie to get a gurl/guy,some lie to get contracts,for some it's to gain respect,for others it's to gain friends.I actually marvel at this because there's always an outcome of pretense that is never favorable for them.Come to think of it,why would people even consider pretense? I mean,what's the essence of not showing who i really am when i know who i am is awesome? My belief is this; if i have to pretend to gain something,then it's totally not worth it.I know sometimes people tend to pretend so as to be seen as cool.Well,instead of being seen as that,why not just show your real self? If you don't like your real self,there's no harm in making necessary changes.Instead of pretending to be rich,why not wait till you're reach? I've seen some people spend so much on being who they are not and end up heavily in debt.It's worthless!
The funny thing about pretense is that it is 'living a lie' and lies never stay out of the open forever,theyalways get revealed.So when you gain something by pretending,be sure you lose it and maybe more when people realize you had been pretending all along.I remember "Love Don't Cost A Thing" with Nick Cannon and Christina Milan.He lied about who he was in the movie and gained alot of friends and fans.But when it was discovered he had been pretending all along,he was left in a worse state than he was initially.He lost all his friends,his fans and even the good friends he made before he started living his fake life.Good thing though was he realized himself and made amends.I also know of a gurl who claimed to be a very good gurl and got herself a guy,who happened to be my friend,only for the guy to realize sometime later that she wasn't what she claimed to be.He simply left her and i never blamed him.My point is,pretense should be avoided like a plague because it can rub you of what you think you had and even the ones you actually had.Do you think there's a valid reason for pretense? Would you pretend for anything? Have a nice day and week ahead people.