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My Past Is My Past

Don't ask me why I did what I did. Don't question me about something I did out of my ignorance, years ago. It's over. I've moved on. I don't keep the bad memories with me. There are mistakes that I have done, and yes, it's over.
Don't ask me now why I was like that then. Don't preach to me now. I am not answerable to you. Telling me about my past doesn't make a difference to me now because nothing is going to change.
 I know. I don't need to hear it from you. I don't want to talk about it and you can't force me.
I don't care what you think of me. My past is my past. We learn from our mistakes. I'm different now. Passing year's have changed me. Don't judge me. I don't care. I know what I am. If you think I need to explain myself to you to prove what I am, I'm not going to.
My past is my past. 


Being Fashionably Late Is Not Fashionable. (unless you're a celebrity that is)

You know when people call you to  a party say around 12pm and that party is happening at one of the most sexiest pubs in the city?  You should be there by 12 pm.DOT. Why? I'll tell you.
People think that being a late is fashionable-it is, if your going to the birthday parties happening at some coffee shop or resto-NOT when you are going clubbing. If your late by a half hour at the club, it gets so packed, there wont be place to walk. I had an experience yesterday. The party started at 1, my friends and I went around 3pm, OMG. there was hardly room to stand. it was so overly full. forget dancing, hardly place to even STAND. The dance floor was out of question. We don't hold hands for 2 seconds, we're  lost in the crowd. It was horrible. Sure the crowd was great, the music was awesome, but the pushing and no place for standing was just plain sad. I didn't feel like partying at all. So I learnt my lesson, and the next time I go clubbing, I'll make sure I'm there within the first half hour.

That's Why It's Called A Phase.

There have been so many instances where I hear my friend's go "ooh, I wish I could still be in school" or "I wish   that things hadn't changed" or "I miss that place, wish I could go back", I mean yea, okay, you miss it but why would you want to go back?
The human mind is really contradicting in that area. When we are in school, we see the big girl's and we go, "I wish I was like her", "I did the same thing that she did", "Wish I could just grow up fast!" and stuff like that, and once we're all out and done, we see those places we were so desperately trying to get out of and we now want to go back.
I personally don't do that. When we grow up, we also tend to move forward in our lives. We go up the ladder. Sure, there's nostalgia flying all over the place when you see the small stands you and you're friends used to eat at, but it was a phase. Why would you want to go back? Given a chance to enjoy you're entire life in one phase, would you take that? Would you not want to grow up and make something more?
I never missed what I had gone through. There were of course some extremely bad and some majorly good times, but I would never want to go back. It was a phase, and I'm done. I had fun and that's that. I got a whole new life ahead of me that's so much more exciting! Just the thought of moving from one level to another shows how much we grow, and I think we should appreciate that and be like "I can't wait for what's next" rather than "I wish I could go back".
It's a phase. That's how everything in life will be. Get over it and move on.