I Don’t Think People Should Judge Me For Who I Really Am

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Who are you? Really? Like, who are you to say that what I do is wrong? You’re not better than me.

Yes, admittedly, I do rank the feelings of others below my own. Consistently. And, yes, if I’m not getting my way, I will throw a tantrum that emotionally hurts the people that I claim to love. But so what? That’s just me. And you’re not in a position to call me a bad person when I negatively affect everyone I come in contact with.

Do you have any idea of the things that I’ve been through that have turned me into the person that I am today? I have struggles. Struggles that I refuse to face properly, so I lash out in different directions, but struggles nonetheless.

Look. There is a clear path of broken promises in my wake. But to call that path the “wrong” path is not up to you. It’s up to me and how I choose to frame it. I have sat through an annoying amount of tearful conversations because people just weren’t prepared for me to be blunt with them. You might call it “mean.” Everyone else in the world has. But it’s just not up to you.

When you tell me that I should “try to improve” in any way, shape or form, that’s basically saying that my personality isn’t good enough. And I won’t stand for that, because my personality is good enough for me, and you’re gonna have to deal with it. You’re gonna have to deal with me. If you don’t like it, it’s fine. I have better things to do than worry about my impact on the world that I will be remembered for forever.

Deuces.

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6 responses to “I Don’t Think People Should Judge Me For Who I Really Am

  1. Reblogged this on Straight White Male and commented:
    Finally, somebody who gets it! Frankly, me, 4chan, GamerGate, and Kanye West have sick and tired of the ignorant, judgemental people in the world. STICK IT TO ‘EM, DANNY BOY!

  2. Do you work at your pieces, or do the ones that seem to come out perfectly- done like this just flow out this way?

    Nice lashing out at those who lash out. (either as a regular thing, or as part of an angsty adolescent #sshole phase)

  3. That’s just me. And you’re not in a position to call me a bad person when I negatively affect everyone I come in contact with. —– this part is epic LOL

  4. Reblogged this on Iconography ♠ Incomplete and commented:
    “Do you have any idea of the things that I’ve been through that have turned me into the person that I am today? I have struggles. Struggles that I refuse to face properly, so I lash out in different directions, but struggles nonetheless.”

    Through this comic piece Daniel actually talked very sarcastically about people who wear their hurt as a prized banner to just be mean to others as an excuse for meanness that I actually think should be pointed out and disowned as immediately as possible.

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