Make It Make Sense

Help me figure something out here… You were everyone’s favorite person to be around. It’s six months later and the mention of your name is followed by eye rolling and someone immediately changes the subject. That’s the part where I’m grateful for. You don’t want to hear negative things about a person. Especially if they’re not there to defend themselves. However, it’s things that people noticed. Its different when your with a person solo. As oppose to being with ten other people.

I get it… People crave attention. However, the way people go about it just wrong. All of a sudden you have this cocky attitude. You think you’re above everyone. You judge people for doing things. Meanwhile, you’ve done much worse. You make fun of the way someone dresses. You critique every single thing. Meanwhile, you wouldn’t get cocky in front of certain people. You’re definitely not above anyone. I wouldn’t judge anyone especially if you’ve had to visit the clinic more than once. You pull up looking like you just rolled out of bed. Everyone calls you Karen now. Your close friend is now feeling sorry for you. Almost doesn’t want to be around you anymore. Only you know what’s wrong. Hopefully, you’ll be smart enough to address it.

But when you’re losing friends left and right. You act like you don’t really care. It makes people think.. “Are you really a friend? Or, are you an opportunist?” Make it make sense!! Some people actually helped you in tough situations. You now treat them like garbage. You’re no longer active in group activities. You hang out with one friend. Only, if that friend is hanging with a whole different social circle. Or, with that friend alone. Which would probably lead to gossip. That’s the ultimate no no. That friend will only tolerate but so much. You’re pushing him away also. I hope you’ll see it sooner than later.

Author: Chazz.

Just some skinny pizza eating freak from Brooklyn. A lot of people say that I'm awesome. Which is dope! Now I want the universe to think so too.