omg i mean you don’t have to watch glee season 4 it’s your personal decision and it’s fine but when people keep fucking going on about how theyre soooo glad they “escaped” the show and it’s soooo bad now and theyre just soooo above us mere mortals who are still going to watch it and how they hope the ratings are bad so that it’ll get cancelled…. i just like how much of an asshole are you?????
i mean i’m genuinely excited about this season but even if i wasn’t i’d still watch it to support the cast who i love like these people have inspired me and made me feel good about myself for years now and i sure as fuck hope glee does well FOR THEM because i don’t want the people i love so much to be on a show that does really badly
and again i mean if you don’t want to watch it that’s fine but idk why you constantly feel the need to talk about it and hoping that the ratings are terrible so the cast members are “free” is ridiculous like they wouldn’t be on the show if they didn’t want to be so obviously it’s something they’re proud of but whatever stay in your bitter barn i’ll be over here playing in the hay
I have come to realize in my one week here at college as a theatre major, that it is natural to feel like you aren’t studying something important, useful, or productive. It’s natural to have people give you the “Oh…you are a theatre major? Good luck with that..” line when they ask you what you are studying. It’s natural to be scared out of your mind. Because we all know here that being an actress isn’t always lucrative. For most people, it isn’t. The sane ones study something useful, and pursue theatre as a hobby. Something that will give them a job in four years. Something boring.
It’s the insane ones who succeed. The ones who take a leap of faith into complete and utter darkness and believe completely that they will succeed, even if no one else believes them. The ones who can’t picture themselves doing anything else. The ones who don’t find any other areas of study or professions interesting. The ones who won’t settle for a typical 9 to 5 job where they wake up each morning, drink their coffee, go to work, maybe go to rehearsal for a community theatre production, go home, eat dinner, go to sleep, and wake up the next morning to the same monotonous life.
I can’t do that. I refuse to settle. I insist on being interesting, creative, insane, but passionate. Each day I go to my theatre classes, I realize more and more that I made the right choice. I may appear to be insane to everyone else, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. Let people doubt me, give me looks, attempt to convince me that I should do something more “practical” with my life. But I just can’t do that. I won’t do that. I will study what I love, and I will love my career. I may have days where I just want to give up and give in, but those days will pass, and I will remember how much I love this crazy profession called acting.
I just can’t see myself doing anything else.
It sucks when the people you miss don’t miss you as much as you miss them.
It’s self-pity that’s keeping you from being happy.
Just accept the past and be done with it. If you’re going to make your life into a dramatic Lifetime movie, then it’s on you. No one else will be able to make you happy except yourself. It’s like eating something that was really delicious, but you can’t have it ever again. You take a bite, finish it, savor the taste, digested it, then shit it out. You’re not gonna look in the shit pile for the food that you just ate because it’s not there. It’s been chemically transformed into the past. If you keep thinking and/or looking for it, it’s gonna keep you from enjoying other foods. And, trust, there are other tasty foods out there. Think of all the poor farmers you’re hurting out there by not buying their crops after being offered to you, ever so nicely. Tsk tsk. So if you’re gonna sit there and mope and feel sorry for yourself, saying that you deserve better, be my guest. Happiness with another person won’t just conjure itself out of contemplation and talking about it, or essentially over thinking it. It comes out of finding someone that will treat you right then making it work. Nothing good ever came about without a little effort. You have to mentally prepare yourself, get rid of the past, don’t worry about the future so much, and focus on the present.