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‘Butterfly Effect’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When do we initially decide that things are getting bad? Is it after we finally end the the stupid fight over whether or not it was in good taste to smile at the waitress or upon realizing that the ‘harmless, ironically unlikely friendship’ they’re hanging on to with their ex is exactly what it looks like? Chances are that your suspicions are not unfounded. They were simply overlooked!

I’ll save the attempts at creating vizuals on this one bc it might open somewhat fresh wounds for some but I will say that before you stare that brick wall down and begin to imagine success with beating your noggin against it, you’d be better served with that Dewar’s you’d been craving anyway! We’re never going to figure out where things got away from us in love. A change of heart! A whim! We just don’t talk anymore! I’m not ready!  These are all superlative face saving junk-drawer constituates! Fuck you!  I was drunk sounds way more valley-acceptable than offering that we’re suffering through the storm of the century and you’re trying to explain that a German Sheppard is pissing on my DKNY’s!

While we’re running non-stop and at the same time trying not to scuff our expensive new shoes, the end result never deviates far from the time clock. Unfortunately, what can be misconstrued as metamorphosis may be nothing more than ACT I, part 6!  Try and remind yourself more often than not that your perception might not be capable of clearing the same hurdles as society. 

A select few reverently take advantage of perpetual motion. Some, possibly more than many choose to leave life to the dictatorial methods that have already oppressed individuality and pumped up your ideals on ‘Muscle Milk’ and Granola. People ARE capable of change. What they change into or from is altogether another animal!

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