I know I’m “myself” on social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr - as in, I’m not faking anything - but as soon as something goes wrong and my life becomes troubled, I feel pressure to project my life so it appears as if nothing goes wrong and the main character lives an untroubled life who will occasionally mention an interesting thing that’s happened to her; a part-time actor, basically, because expressing negative emotions has always been met with backlash in my experience—the price of mentioning anything becomes too high. The same as in “real life” and going out in the world, I suppose. You just have to keep it all to yourself. That’s a sort of difficult thing.
long-distance friendships are terrible because you can’t meet up with them whenever you want and hang out on any given day which is why when i’m president i’m relocating the entire human population into a 10,000,000 story skyscraper that also acts as a bridge from earth to the moon which comes with the added benefit of swinging the moon around like a fucking mace, god damn it’s gonna look so cool. what was i talking about