Let me start with normal disclaimer: This post will be written drunk and edited drunk. Once I have sobered up I will not touch the post again. I will of course answer comments and all that, but there will be no sober editing done. Now that that’s all been said, let’s bring on the tequila.
Mr. X that is the big question and something both you and I and probably
him would like
1. “I miss you” is the most useless, misleading, bullshit comment ever spoken by a human being.
That statement makes me more angry than anything. It’s designed to be an emotion fuck. It’s
in a happy marriage, but I miss you.” How useless and utterly disruptive is
that comment? It achieves nothing. Other than evidently pissing me off.
Balance is the answer to all popular question “why are you still friends with him.” Mr. X has always brought balance to me and me to him whether he likes to admit it or not. Maybe not as much these days, because I’ve learned and have been able to take his heartless logical… ness and implement it myself. But, he still is a source of reason for me.
3. I will not be “the other woman”.
While Mr. X is married, he will not be touched in any way by me! Other then maybe me slapping him, because…. I’m sure he has it coming. I will not play second fiddle to anyone and that’s that.
4. Is there a future?
I have never ruled out anything with Mr. X. Our history is undeniable. The spark is undeniable. That said, we never dated, we never had time to learn each other, so I’m not going to say I’d marry the man, but I’d be willing to see what is there.
5. I don’t know what I feel!
Mr. X has and always will have a special place in my heart. We’ve been through a lot. Forgetting the
romantic side, which was a shit show. He’s always been a good
friend to me and someone to lean on. He’s been one of those people who make you
better… his method may be questionable, but the results there.
All that said, my point about never dating remains. I wish we gave it shot back then. I wish we could have seen what was there. I wish things had gone differently, but they didn’t. And life goes on and things, at least for me, worked out well.
6. I wish nobody failure in their marriage.
Do I wonder how things could have gone? Of course. But
life wrote a different story. And maybe
it’ll bring us together one day so whose knows. Maybe he needed marriage number
1 to change him to be better for marriage 2. I don’t pretend to know what the future has in
store. I just hope he’s happy by the end of it. That’s all I really want, is him to be genially
And since that sentence made me cry, today’s drunk blog is over. I hope it was entertaining, made sense, answered some questions, and more than anything I hope the hangover won’t make me pray death. Before I go I’ll leave you with this question: what are your hangover cures? Let me know your answer to that, any other thoughts you may have in the comments below. And as always stay and play safe.
The Honest Bitch