People pretend. People pretend all the time. People lie. People don’t trust each other. People have no faith. Instead, they hav egos. People hurt each other all the time. People are so careless with their words. People are selfish. They just do what they want. People step over each other to reach their goals. People don’t even respect their friends. People are insensitive. People are not loyal. They are cunning. They have double standards. Little or no morals. They are insecure. People dont respect each others’ wishes. People are pricks. And at times, people dont even give a damn about the people they love. Sometimes they cheat on each other. People are full of hatred, jealousy and all sorts of negative feelings. And people get bored easily. People are incapable of sticking to one thing. People refuse to put in any effort into whatever. People always blame each other. People hate apologizing. People don’t think about how their actions affect other. People don’t realize how their words might hurt someone.
What I’m trying to say is, people suck. No, not all of them. But many. And that’s why, the more I get to know people, I realize that I prefer dogs.
Today, while taking a shower, a thought came to me. Yes, I seem to do a lot of deep thinking under the shower. That, or sing. But only when nobody’s home. I don’t want to be blamed for anybody’s bleeding ears. I’m blamed for enough as it is.
But, back to my very significant thought. I realized, that when I was a kid, I despised capsicums. Absolutely loathed it. I used to make faces at it (and the cook) whenever it found it’s way to my plate. But now, I love it. I love capsicums. Maybe its a grown up thing or something. Or, maybe I simply learned to love it. So, my brilliantly significant deep thought is, that maybe that’s how it works for life! And people. Maybe, we just learn how to love people who get on our nerves as well! I mean, there are many people whom I used to hate, but now I don’t. They somehow managed to claw themselves through my last nerve right into my heart. Like they say, there’s a thin line between love and hate.
Ok, now my deep thought doesn’t sound so brilliant anymore.
Anyway, I guess I’ll just shut up then.
But wait! I just remembered something else! When I was just learnung how to cook, I somehow managed to explode a capsicum! Yes! Explode! It actually went BOOM! And then splattered all over the kitchen counter and refrigerator and chimney and shelves. It was not very easy to clean it. But exploding capsicum? So cool.
I can’t believe I just wrote an entire blog post about capsicums.