In all honesty, I take way too much shit. I believe in the power of peace and love more than is probably good for me. In my few relationships, I've stuck around through being cheated on close to twenty times, being physically and mentally abused, being lied to and betrayed, all because I have this annoying ability to see the best side of a person (and as we all know, once you see something, you can't un-see it).
When I love someone, I will stay by their side as long as I can see that glimmer of awesome they have the potential to be, almost regardless of how they treat me. I am trying to change this, as I've been taken advantage of far too much. In my ideal relationship, I would be with someone who doesn't abuse my seemingly boundless trust and love. I want to be with someone who respects me for who I am and what I believe in, and doesn't lie to me to protect me. I want someone who, in a situation where they're about to do something that they know would hurt me, would rather not take that action than selfishly take the action with the intention to hide it from me.
There are three basic things I've always asked of my boyfriends... one, don't drink... two, don't do drugs (have to separate those two, because most people are too stupid to see that alcohol is a drug)... and three, don't do things with other girls that you know I expect you to only do with me (like, uh, cuddle and make out, durr. I've actually been with a dude who didn't classify that as cheating. Also, telling another girl you want to fuck her while you're dating me: cheating. Cybering: cheating. Asking other girls for naked pictures: cheating. Trying your damnedest to cheat on me, but failing: cheating. Doing any of the former, except with a male: cheating.). I'd like to think I'm generally pretty cool about shit if you don't do something that seems obviously questionable in terms of hurting me. (Gee, I wonder if Amber wrote this while she was bitter about something... hmm.)
I'm here for friends and the stupid addictive quizzes.
I am eccentric, a gamer, and a cat lover