- If you share with someone your excitement and happiness about something, such as feeling really good about life and excited about the way things are working out lately, and all that person does in response is try to rain on your parade and insists that said positive feelings won’t last, he/she is probably an asshole.
Well, if you are actually just a curious follower, then I apologize. 90% of the time, the anons that ask me question are non-followers just looking to antagonize or be annoying, so I’m usually not very friendly toward them.
Oh, anon. You’re funny. Obviously, you’ve spent some time hanging around my blog checking out whether or not I’ve posted that, so you probably should have noticed that my posts lately have consisted primarily of random, infrequent reblogs. In other words, I haven’t been spending a lot of time on tumblr lately, because I’ve been doing things outside of it and the internet in general. Imagine that.
I will say that I am a bit curious why you’re so adamant about me answering the question. I don’t know who you are, but if you’re hoping your name will appear on the list, I wouldn’t get your hopes up. I don’t know who you are, but if you’re not someone close to me right now, it’s unlikely that you’re going to appear on the list. The most influential people in my life tend to be those who have played an active role over a long period of time. If you don’t fall into that category but do end up on the list, it likely won’t be in a positive light. With that said, the question has been interesting to think about, so I’ll try to get something written up for it in the next week’s time.